China-U.S. Private Investment Summit Announced for March 30 and April 1, 2015

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Austin, Texas Conference to Focus on Bilateral Investment, Development

“Chinese private investment into the U.S. has reached a tipping point," said Summit Executive Chair Jay Riskind. “Many entrepreneurs in China have made the connection that the China Dream is intrinsically connected to the American Dream."

The 2015 China-U.S. Private Investment Summit will be held from March 30 - April 1, 2015, in Austin, Texas. The Summit is a legacy program of the China-U.S. Investment Week (2012 and 2013) which will bring together 50 Chinese Investor Delegates with over 300 U.S. sponsors, policymakers, entrepreneurs, trade associations, economic development groups and professional service firms for the most important bilateral engagement program of the year.

This year’s China-U.S. Private Investment Summit theme will be “Two Countries. One Goal.” The U.S. and China both strive toward one common outcome: Development.The U.S. is considered the most developed nation, and China is considered the most developing nation. There are key areas of public interest, such as Education, Healthcare, Agriculture, Energy, and Lifestyle/Entertainment that may see significant progress through cooperative private investment.

The Summit is a two-day conference featuring a discussion of policy and investments. The first day, March 31, includes a Main Stage of high-level economic panels and a set of exclusive briefings exploring the China-U.S. private investment outlook at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library. The evening will include a Dinner featuring remarks by President Bill Clinton.

The Summit’s second day, April 1, will take place at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) Formula One track, featuring investment sessions led by invited project sponsors keen to promote entrepreneurial engagement with China.

“Chinese private investment into the U.S. has reached a tipping point," said Summit Executive Chair Jay Riskind. “Many entrepreneurs in China have made the connection that the China Dream is intrinsically connected to the American Dream. Finding mutually beneficial ways to connect advantages, capital, and the two largest markets in the world is an important historical endeavor. This event is about bringing people together to get beyond the issues and into the human motivations for development.”

Confirmed speakers include Clark Randt, former U.S. Ambassador to China (2001-2005); Ann Veneman, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (2001-2009 2005) and Executive Director of UNICEF (2005-2010); and, Khalid Malik, UN Resident Coordinator in China (2003-2010) and Director of the UN Human Development Report (2011-2014).

The 2015 Summit will feature 30 U.S. Projects— ten each in three Investment Topics: 1) International Franchise and Licensing, 2) Immigration Investment (EB-5), and 3) Strategic Partnerships and Joint Ventures.

About the China-U.S. Private Investment Summit

The 2015 China-U.S. Private Investment Summit, a legacy program of the China-U.S. Investment Week (2012 and 2013), brings together 50 Chinese Investor Delegates with over 300 U.S. project sponsors, policymakers, entrepreneurs, trade associations, economic development groups, and professional service firms. The Summit’s focus on supporting the public interest through cross-cultural private investment deepens understanding on the human motivations, market trends, deal models and structures, and key areas for growth in the coming year. The 2012 program at Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium was a groundbreaking event that opened up local Chinese investor clubs to over 100 U.S. projects with coverage in The Wall Street Journal, CCTV (China), Fox & Friends, and over 25 other local, national, and international media outlets. http://china-usinvest.com/    

Media representatives are invited to visit the China-U.S. Private Investment Summit Media Center at http://china-usinvest.com/media_center or inquire about the Summit via brooke(at)crossnoregroup(dot)com

Additional speakers and conference sponsors will be announced regularly.

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