The Minority Chamber of Commerce Hosts “Invest in Miami: Investors and Entrepreneurs World Forum”
The Bi- Annual Investment Immigration Summit Presents EB-5 Projects and L1A Entering Capital Markets From Around the World to Miami
MIAMI, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The Minority Chamber of Commerce is hosting its third global conference EB-5 & L1A Entrepreneurship Immigration conference next March 27 2014 at the world class facility Double Tree Miami Airport located at 711 NW 72 Avenue, Miami Florida. Immigration and investment experts as well as senior public officials join to discuss how the Green Card program can unlock foreign capital and incentivize investment through the Federal EB-5 Program and L1A for entrepreneurs for dedicate projects in Miami.
The conference will provide the latest market, legal, and economic information and updates to project developers, regional center executives, immigration, and legal professionals within the EB-5 & L1A for global entrepreneurs. Given the current condition of the credit market, EB-5 & L1A Visa may be the answer for businesses without traditional capital options and joint ventures opportunity.
“This promises to be a great opportunity on the EB-5 & L1A program for those who are looking to invest in businesses and create jobs,” said Minority Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Doug Mayorga. “We have seen a growing interest in those types of visas as an available and expedient source of capital. Now we want to help cities in South Florida by shedding light on the process.”
The conference will provide clear and practical information for:
Developers and business owners interested in EB-5 capital
Establish partnership with companies through L1A Visa
Minority Chamber of Commerce ‘Shark Tank program
About the Minority Chamber of Commerce: Our members and our coalition partners represent the lifeblood of the America economy. We pay the taxes. We create businesses. We create the jobs. We defend freedom and we build dreams for minority entrepreneurs. Capitalism is at a crossroads. The free enterprise system, based upon the values of individual initiative, hard work, risk, innovation and profit, built our great country. We must take action to reaffirm the spirit of enterprise in America with opportunities and direction.
For more information to register: firstname.lastname@example.org Fees for the full-day event start at $195. Space is limited. All the media will have access to the forum without any charge.
Media: Maria Loaisiga