Business Asia Magazine (BAM) is an English publication covering the spectrum of Asian American businesses and their issues. Currently, BAM focuses primarily on Texas areas, including the cities of Dallas, FortWorth, Garland, Richardson, Plano, Addison, Arlington, Carrollton, GrandPrairie, Irving, Allen, FarmerBranch, Frisco, Lewisville, Mesquite, Rowlett, Houston, Austin and other cities in the U.S.
Our Mission is to enable business communities to grow, collaborate and prosper in a diverse and global market. Our objectives include the following:
- Bridge mainstream America and diverse Asian cultures.
- Reach fast-growing Asian consumers, businesses and professionals.
- Highlight Asian voice and corporate awareness.
- Educate and promote understanding about different Asian cultures and business practices.
Business Asia Magazine brings a unique perspective into the world of Asian business. We also showcase various Asian cuisines, restaurant ratings, and entertainment news that drive the business and economy sectors in the US and Asia.Although, Asia encompasses many different and diverse ethnicities and languages, we are communicating as one unified voice.The Asian Community we served, in order of population, includes Chinese, Filipino, Asian Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Taiwanese, Cambodian, Laotian, Indonesian, Hmong, Pakistani and others. Business Asia Magazine profiles business of various sizes that is part of the 300,000 plus Asian-owned businesses, estimated at more than $326 billion in revenues. According to the US census, ...there were 49,000 plus Asian-owned firms with revenue of $1 million or more, accounting for 4.5 percent of the total number of Asian-owned firms and nearly 68 percent of their total receipts. In 2002, more than three in 10 Asian-owned firms operated in professional, scientific, and technical services, as well as other services such as personal services, repair and maintenance. Over 2 million people employed by Asian-owned business and over 1,500 Asian-owned firms with 100 or more employees, generating nearly $52 billion in gross receipts. The rate of increase in the number of Asian-owned businesses was about twice that of the national average for all business in the US.