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Universal Processing’s CNPP Team Shines at CelebrAsian Business Procurement Conference in Las Vegas

It was a pleasure for our Community Navigator Pilot Program’s Team at Universal Processing to participate in the CelebrAsian Business Procurement Conference organized by the USPAACC. During the conference, Universal Processing and its CEO Saint Hung, received recognition as one of the Fast 100 Asian American Businesses. This acknowledgment highlights our commitment to supporting minority-owned businesses.

The conference was a lively hub where ideas flowed, fostering collaboration among industry frontrunners, entrepreneurs, and forward-thinkers. It created a welcoming space where attendees could dive into meaningful conversations, share insights, and forge promising connections. All these interactions aimed at empowering Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander communities to achieve business success.

We had a great opportunity to engage in conversations with remarkable professionals such as Isabella Guzman, the 27th Administrator of the SBA, and Thomas Martin, the Leader of Relations Specialist at SBA. Their exceptional expertise and insights have left a mark on our team.

In conclusion, we are thankful to SBA and USPAACC for hosting us at CelebrAsian and for creating a platform that fosters meaningful connections within the business community. Our participation at CelebrAsian reaffirmed our dedication to CNPP's mission of providing free resources to minority-owned and underserved small businesses. We showcased how CNPP acts as a catalyst for growth, providing valuable support to business owners seeking to overcome technical and business obstacles. Our team is looking forward to new opportunities and we are constantly working on improving our strategies in reaching and assisting small businesses in the United States.

For more information about Universal Processing's CNPP and how we can assist your small business, please contact us at (212) 835-2485 or email Together, we can build a brighter future for entrepreneurs and young businesses.

If you have any questions or require further information, please feel free to reach out to us at

(212) 835-2485 or

You can also visit our website at

Kateryna Meshcheriakova

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