Korean Mexican Latino Festival 2014

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The Latin Business Association

in partnership with

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proudly present the

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Korean Mexican Latino Festival 2014

Friday, April 11th through Sunday, April 13th, 2014

10:00am to 8:00pm

at

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Plaza Mexico

3100 E. Imperial Hwy.
Lynwood, CA 90262

The Latin Business Association is proud to partner with co-hosts KACCLA- Korean-American Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles, Plaza Mexico and other organizations in presenting the

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Korean Mexican Latino Festival 2014-
a three-day business network-building and cultural exchange celebration between the Korean, Mexican and Latino Communities!

The City of Los Angeles serves as an entry hub for Asian & Latin countries. This dynamic is growing due to the KORUS-FTA (U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement) having been enacted, along with the undeniable benefits of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) & CAFTA-DR (Dominican Republic-Central American Free Trade Agreement)- all which have opened exciting, new commercial opportunities. The Korean Mexican Latino Festival 2014- representing a unique opportunity for global business development and formation of new partnerships- commences with a Grand Dinner Reception, and features three full days of vendor and supplier exhibitions, networking and entertainment!

Purpose and Mission Statement of the Festival:

  • To serve as a liaison between Korea and Latino communities and their business industries by exchanging cultural specialties
  • To provide network building opportunities for Korean and Latino corporations
  • To attract consumers by introducing various new ideas and products
  • To expand the market range by collaborating two of the fastest-growing ethnic groups

Compared to the 2013 Korean Latino Small Business Expo, KMLF 2014 focuses on approaching the consumer market with much stronger spending power; furthermore, the building of a network with the Mexican import industry will lead Korean corporations to Mid & South American markets.

Read the Festival Welcome Message from KACCLA President Kenny Park.

View the KMLF 2014 Schedule of Events.

KMLF 2014 Sponsors & Participants

Community/ Regional Organizations

  • LBA (Latín Business Association)
  • MICHOACAN Compromiso de Todos
  • Oaxacan Institute
  • UPEXT (Unión de Poblanos En El Exterior)
  • Pro Chile
  • Gyeong Buk Province
  • Gyung Nam Province
  • Gwangju City
  • Gyunggi Province
  • Busan City
  • Chungnam City
  • Proexport Colombia
  • Pro Ecuador
  • Aguascalientes
  • Colima Late Para Todos Gobierno Del Estado
  • Hablemos Bien de México
  • Hidalguenses En California
  • FIJI Trade Commission
  • NLBWA- National Latina Business Women’s Association

Chambers of Commerce

    Maywood Chamber of Commerce; The Greater Lynwood Chamber of Commerce; US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce; Ontario Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Pilipino Chamber of Commerce; USLACC (U.S. Latino American Chamber of Commerce)

Companies & Corporations

    Juanita’s; La Huasteca Restaurant; Nongshim America; Northgate Market; Valle de Guadalupe Baja California; LOTTE Beverages*; Guelaguetza; Daegu Gyeongbuk Design Center; Hanasis; Monggo Soy Sauce; MAGIC; Green Star Tech, Inc.; A&M; AHTAE*

*Member of the Latin Business Association

LBA Media Partners

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Mark your calendar, and plan on being part of this unique celebration and business opportunity! To learn more about the Korean Mexican Latino Festival 2014, contact Yvonne Aceves of Plaza Mexico at (310) 631-6789 or via email at yvonnea@plazamexico.com or Soyoung Angie Park of KACCLA at (213) 480-1115 or via email at info@kaccla.com

Deadline for Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration is Friday, April 4, 2014 (Food Booths: Friday, March 21st, 2014)

LBALOGO

The Latin Business Association is a recognized leader in building international business opportunity, particularly with the Korean community, with events such as the Korean-Latino Partnership (KLP) 2013 and the Korean-Latino Parnership (KLP) 2012 and in establishing partnerships around the world- LBA International Partners.

LBA Partners

KACCLA- the Korean-American Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles, is an LBA Community Partner, Plaza Mexico is an LBA Corporate Partner and the Korean Mexican Latino Festival 2014 is an LBA Partner Event. Learn more about the various categories of LBA Partners and view the complete roster of LBA Partner Events. Learn more about KACCLA.

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