The Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA) is a Michigan based non-profit organization. Founded in 1995, DCBA primarily aims to foster a bilateral business relationship between U.S. and Chinese companies. Leveraging DCBA’s services is the most effective way of doing business between Michigan and China.
DCBA has established close relationships with American and Chinese government agencies, automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, and many other manufacturing and service companies and organizations. In the past years, DCBA promoted business opportunities by providing its members and the Metro-Detroit business communities with numerous business conferences, exhibitions, networking events and consulting services.
DCBA, comprised of a pool of talented and dedicated staff, with an in-depth knowledge of the U.S. and Chinese business environment and culture, offers its members services such as business attraction, logistics consulting, HR service, language translation, IT solution, and many others. Your DCBA membership entitles you to a wide variety of benefits and special offers.
The Detroit Chinese Business Association has had a plethora of positive news and media attention. DCBA has been featured on CCTV (China), CBC (Canada), NHK (Japan), Fairchild TV (Canada), China Business Network Weekly, Jing Weekly, NY Times, Monocle Media from London, CNBC Asia, and multiple positive articles in China Daily News.
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