500 W. Bonita Ave, Suite 1
San Dimas, CA 91773
SCCGP’s executive management team consists of individuals with diverse professional backgrounds and are leaders who understand the business community’s ever-changing dynamics. SCCGP seeks to actively support and strengthen enterprises and their communities and to be a champion of hope and empowerment for businesses in Southern California and beyond.
Our mission is to actively support and strengthen businesses and their communities. We serve as an established and trusted conduit to educational, civic, business, financial and global partners.
President, DS Honda Construction and DH Partners; Governor Appointee of 51st District Agricultural Association. He has been volunteering in the community for 40 years. David Honda has been acknowledged by numerous organizations for his work in business and volunteering, including the Small Businessperson of the Year Award, presented by California Assemblyman Richard Katz, the Mendenhall Memorial Leadership Award by the Van Nuys Chamber, 2008 CK Tseng Leadership Award presented by the Northridge Chamber and the 2009 Fernando Awards well as a multitude of other awards.
Ming Yang Yeh, founder of Ming Yang Yeh and Associates, Inc., has been involved in the fields of civil and structural engineering for more than thirty years in Southern California. He has participated actively in the structural design of commercial, municipal, residential and industrial projects of different types, and has directed the firm’s work for over a thousand projects.
Our vision is to be a champion of hope and empowerment for small businesses. We start by assessing past benchmarks for restrictions, failures, and successes. We then assist in making necessary changes for future prosperity and sustainability.
In 2011, SCCGP received federal funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Development Agency (MBDA) to operate the Riverside Business Center. The organization was the operator of the Riverside MBDA Business Center from 2011 to 2016.
In 2016, Pasadena MBDA Business Center/SCCGP received federal funding from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Development Agency (MBDA) to operate the Pasadena Business Center. The organization was the operator of the Pasadena MBDA Business Center from 2016 to 2021.
In 2018, SCCGP received California State funding from the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development Small Business (Go-Biz) providing consulting services to small businesses.
In 2018, SCCGP received California State funding from the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development Small Business (Go-Biz). The program was to expand the capacity of federal small business technical assistance programs in California.
In 2020, SCCGP received a second round California State funding from the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development Small Business (Go-Biz). The program was to expand the capacity of federal small business technical assistance programs in California.
In 2020, SCCGP was funded by U.S. Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), to operate the MBDA Business Center CARES Act Program.
John Gutierrez provides one-on-one specific and technical assistance to potential clients in the areas of building capacity to small minority owned businesses to enhance their technical and management skills to effectively compete for procurement and export opportunities. Local, State, GSA, Federal (8A) Certification, loan packaging and financial management. Prior to joining MBDA Business Center Pasadena, U.S. Department of Commerce, he was a business consultant for MBDA Business Center in Los Angeles operated by the University of Southern California for over 9 years. Prior to joining MBDA Business Center in Los Angeles, Mr. Gutierrez has over 25 years of experience with various roles in management with national residential/commercial leading companies and international real estate development.
Mr. Gutierrez has been a consultant to small business owners and empowers them through education, technical and implementation techniques. He is driven by passion and a sincere desire to provide measurable economic impact to the small business communities.
The executive management team of SoCal Corporate Growth Partners and its board of directors understand and recognize that every segment of the community has a role to play and assets to contribute; they all share risk, resources, rewards, vision and value.
Effective alliances and partnerships are a powerful means of enriching the solutions and value we provide our clients. We have increased our knowledge, capabilities and our organization as a result of key relationships. Accordingly, we have extensive experience working with financial institutions, domestic and foreign leaders/governments, educational institutions, civic organizations, trade associations, businesses, and individuals.
500 W. Bonita Ave, Suite 1
San Dimas, CA 91773