IIUSA was featured in the most recent edition of EXPORT magazine, a periodical detailing foreign trade benefits and trends in Riverside County, California. Established in 2009, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, led by Commissioner Tom Freeman, has spearheaded an effort to attract foreign investment to their county.
The article, which reviews several panels and takeaways from IIUSA’s 4th Annual EB-5 Market Exchange also reinforces IIUSA’s singular focus on representing diverse industry of stakeholders and advocating for a permanent and successful EB-5 Regional Center Program.
The economy of Riverside County, California has seen its share of successful EB-5 projects of late. In fact, EB-5 capital helped to revitalize an abandoned World War II-era warehouse into a thriving manufacturing facility and headquarters for the solar energy manufacturer SolarMax.
Read more about Riverside County’s EB-5 successes in an August article written by IIUSA Executive Director Peter D. Joseph for a National Association of Counties (NACo) newsletter and the October article “The Innovative ‘All of the Above’ Approach to Job Creation” published by The Huffington Post.
IIUSA EB-5 Market Exchange Featured in Riverside County Export Magazine
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