NCC Honored Among Fast 50 Asian American Businesses 2012 by USPAACC

NCC is proud to announce that we have been ranked among the Fast 50 Asian American Businesses of 2012 by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC).  We joined the other award recipients at a black tie gala during USPAACC’s premier annual event, the CelebrAsian Business Opportunity Conference in Bethesda, Maryland on June 5.

NCC qualified for this honor as a company owned by an Asian American, courtesy of our (half) Korean American CEO and President Chris Marquez.  Each Fast 50 business must exceed $1 million in revenue in the past three fiscal years of operation, a number which NCC has reached and surpassed with the expansion of our client base and the services we offer.

In her remarks to the awardees, Susan Au Allen, USPAACC National President and CEO, said that “USPAACC has been proud to recognize and showcase the continued robust and steady growth shown by Asian American-owned businesses across industries amid challenging economic times.”  She congratulated the Fast 50 Asian American Businesses, calling them “proof positive that through innovation, hard work, and ingenuity, Asian Americans can lead the way as catalysts to the revitalization of our national economy.”

Four people post, holding a plaque

NCC is honored to be counted among the 50 fastest growing Asian American businesses in the United States, alongside companies representing both diverse ethnic groups and industries.  We pride ourselves on not only growing fast, but growing well, with a singular dedication to our clients, our employees, and our community, whether that be the local community in which we live and work or the greater community of companies with whom we share a common starting point.  We are pleased to enter into our second decade in business with this distinguished title, and look forward to further growth and success.

USPAACC National President and CEO Susan Allen, OfficeMax President and CEO Ravi Saligram, and Fortinet President and CEO Ken XIE presented NCC President and CEO Chris Marquez with the Fast 50 Certificate.