Commercial Real Estate Developers and Private Equity Professionals Explore EB-5 Alternative Capital Opportunities in Boston

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Commercial real estate developers, private equity professionals as well as economic development officials will gather in Boston for the 2011 EB-5 Investment Summit on July 29, 2011, to explore an alternative funding sources for many real estate investment projects across the country. The conference is specifically designed for EB-5 regional centers, commercial real estate developers, financial professionals, immigration attorneys and economic development officials who are interested in stimulating local economy and creating jobs by utilizing the federal EB-5 immigrant investors program.

Commercial real estate developers, private equity fund managers, economic development officials and EB-5 regional center executives from all over the country will be gathering at the 2011 EB-5 Investment Summit: Dealmakers Conference in Boston July 29, 2011. EB-5 investment program has been attracting attention from the world of financial service and private equity industry.

This one day EB-5 investment summit is to be hosted by Artisan Business Group, Inc., an Illinois based international investment advisory firm. The conference will provide a comprehensive overview on the federal EB-5 regional center pilot program that is heavily marketed and promoted in China, Korea, and other countries. Come learn how private equity can join forces with EB-5 capital to finance commercial real estate development projects around the country. "EB-5 capital has been funding various job-creating development projects throughout the country, the federal program allows foreign nationals to invest in the country and in exchange of possible legal residence, the capital from foreign investors help create local jobs for thousandths of Americans." says Brian B. Su, CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc. The conference will provide the latest market, legal and economic information, and updates to commercial real estate developers, private equity fund managers, financial professionals, immigration attorneys and economic development officials who are interested in stimulating local economy and creating jobs by utilizing the federal EB-5 program. The event will feature VIP speakers Mr. Ron Klasko and Mr. Jeff Carr, and top-notch EB-5 experts in the country as well as Chinese and Korean emigration agents.

The federal EB-5 Regional Center Pilot Program has been created to allow foreign investors to invest in commercial enterprises in the U.S. in exchange for a chance for them and their families to become legal permanent residents in the U.S. To date, nearly150 EB-5 regional centers have been designated by the U.S. government and many more local commercial real estate developers and economic development agencies are actively seeking alternative capital to fund its projects. As a result of this unique federal program, several billion dollars in investment has brought into various investment projects and tens of thousands of American jobs have been created throughout the country.

For more information about the 2011 EB-5 Investment Summit: Dealmakers Conference at Embassy Suites Boston at Logan Airport, please visit http://www.EB5BostonSummit.org or contact Brian Su, CEO & President of Artisan Business Group, Inc. at (217) 899-6385.

About Artisan Business Group, Inc.
Artisan Business Group, Inc. specializes in China-U.S. investment consulting and advisory services. To be successful in the Chinese and Asian capital markets, American businesses must combine proper analysis and solid communication with their foreign counterparts. Artisan Business Group, Inc. is a bridge to the emerging markets in China and Asia. Headquartered in Springfield, IL, Artisan Business Group, Inc., is here to assist American companies achieve that goal in Asia and China. For additional information, please log on http://www.ArtisanBusinessGroup.com

Press Contact:    
Brian Su, CEO & President
Artisan Business Group, Inc.
Springfield, Illinois
Tel: (217) 899-6385
Email: info(at)ArtisanBusinessGroup(dot)com

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