San Francisco

The Punjabis were the first South Asians to reach North America (the ports of Vancouver and San Francisco) in the early twentieth century. Majority of them were rural Sikhs and many were ex-soldiers. A few among them were carpenters, weavers and some were even mechanics. They had come to earn money and return home. But as the circumstances unfolded, many decided to stay back and evolved a new life. Fast forward to the last decade or so, Silicon Valley has attracted ambitious and highly educated professionals from across the subcontinent. PCC San Francisco aims to provide a platform that can offer qualitative value to its members in the form of guidance, mentorship and access to strategic networks. For More Details contact info@punjabiChamber.com