The Asian Association of Business Incubation (AABI) promotes business incubation activities by facilitating information exchanges among Asian incubators, incubator clients and related organizations. Ultimately, this contributes to increased economic activity in Asia.
How AABI was founded?
Plans to establish the AABI were agreed to during the 15th International Conference on Business Incubation of the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA), held in San Jose, CA, USA, in May 2001. The participants included representatives of incubator associations and organizations in China, India, Japan, Korea and Singapore. The AABI was formally established during the 16th Conference in Toronto, Canada, on April 30, 2002, when the AABI founding members declared the association's founding in accordance with the Bylaws of Asian Association of Business Incubation.
AABI comprises associations that organize incubation resources and facilities, organizations operating incubation programs, and more, located in Beijing(China), Shanghai(China), Hong Kong(China), Chinese Taipei, Japan, Korea, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippine, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia totally covers 19 nations and regions.