Last month IIUSA was proud to published the 2017 Q3 Issue of the Regional Center Business Journal ( “RCBJ”) which now available online!
The most recent edition of the Journal serves to highlight both the global EB-5 industry and how that industry is intrinsically linked to local development throughout the country. The articles in this edition of the Regional Center Business Journal reveal how EB-5 practitioners not only meet the challenges of uncertainty in the increasingly complex EB-5 industry, but also innovate, adapt and thrive.
Submit an Article for Consideration for Q4
Now in its fifth full year of publication, the RCBJ quarterly magazine is the go-to-source for EB-5 industry education, news, in-depth analysis and strategic market insights. The RCBJ reflects IIUSA’s dedication to ensuring our members and the public are well-informed about the latest EB-5 Regional Center industry news and trends, while highlighting the successful regional economic development and U.S. job creation occurring all across the country thanks to the EB-5 Regional Center Program. With articles written by experts from across the. IIUSA membership and curated by the member-led Editorial Committee, the RCBJ offer EB-5 stakeholders comprehensive and up-to-date information on a wide variety of industry topics.
To submit an article topic, complete this simple form, and someone from our team will be in touch shortly. Please note that first drafts for our 2017 Q4 issue are due by December 11 with final articles due by December 20, after editorial review.
Reserve your Advertisement
Advertising in the RCBJ provides you with the necessary exposure to build, enhance, and maintain your brand by opening doors to business relationships with key individuals and organizations within the EB-5 Regional Center industry.
Your advertisement will be viewed by a targeted audience of over 10,000 EB-5 industry professional including project sponsors, Regional Center operators, attorneys, consultants, economists, foreign intermediaries and potential investors. Other recipients of the Regional Center Business Journal include federal, state, and local (county/city) government offices, including Congressional Offices, from across the U.S.