EAST AFRICAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES
Minneapolis-based Trade Group Formed
Minneapolis, MN, March 15, 2023 – The East African Business Association, Inc. today announced the opening of its trade and advocacy group. Led by Amani Radman and Paul Jaeb, the firm will represent the thousands of East African business owners in the State of Minnesota.
“The East African business community is well positioned to continue their tremendous growth in Minnesota. With thousands of businesses and tens of thousands of employees, they contribute significantly to the regional economy. Our mission is to reduce the barriers and expand the opportunities so they can continue to make investments in our great state,” states CEO Amani Radman.
With offices in Minneapolis and Blaine, the association is well-positioned to serve the varied needs of Minnesota’s significant East African commercial sector. The firm employs a full staff of professionals and is represented by Cameron Law Office, Boyum Berenscheer CPAs, Fluence Media, and United Strategies.
Over the past 25 years, Paul Jaeb has been an accomplished entrepreneur in the Twin Cities. He has served on the boards of the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Minnesota Zoo.
“Our mission at the EABA is simple – to provide the tools our members need to operate effectively, increase profitability and revenue, and learn new skills. I am proud to be associated with so many entrepreneurs who operate in highly regulated industries that deliver critical services. Without their entrepreneurship, the worker shortages in healthcare and trucking would be untenable. They’re incredibly impressive business people and deserve the attention of our local business and political leaders,” states Chief Operating Officer Paul Jaeb.
The East African Business Association will be hosting a major business event on April 29th. More information can be found at https://eastafricanba.com/product/first-annual-eaba-gala/.
Media Contact: Blois Olson, Fluence Media