Location: 1101 North 44th Street at Phoenix, United States TBD
A new partnership between USAdvisors.org, which provides due diligence services to EB-5 investors, and China Stock TV, a division of the FuDong Cultural Dissemination Company, LTD that broadcasts news to an audience of 140 million Chinese investors, will bring information on EB-5 regional center investment initiatives to viewers across China. As the current format through which potential Chinese investors receive information about regional center projects involves individual seminars sponsored by regional centers, this partnership provides a new way for interested foreign nationals to obtain information.
In an interview with the network, USAdvisors.org Managing Director Michael Gibson explains how most Chinese investors receive information from television as opposed to other print or media sources. This would be the first time the US EB-5 visa program has received major attention from a respected finance-focused media network in China.
Watch Michael Gibson's interview on EB5info.com. An accompanying video explains the FuDong Cultural Dissemination Company's media services and national influence. EB-5 Practitioners in the U.S. to be Featured on Chinese Television
The focus of the interviews will be to give the Chinese investors a source of correct information, best practices and issues of concern on the EB-5 visa Immigrant Investor Program program from professional practitioners not filtered through the Chinese agent / broker market. We are inviting a select group of knowledgeable professionals to discuss topics related to the process of applying for and investing in EB-5 projects to a large audience of Chinese investors.
If you are an EB-5 Regional Center, project looking for funding through overseas investors, an attorney or professional service provider working with foreign nationals and are interested in presenting to this audience please sign-up by filling out this form.
Speakers: Attorneys, Service Providers, Regional Centers
Web Site: http://eb5info.com/china
Posted By: Michael Gibson