Artisan Business Group Announces Tentative Itinerary For Shanghai EB-5 Investment Trade Mission November 13-20, 2012

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Artisan Business Group announces tentative itinerary for The Shanghai Business & Investment Exploratory Delegation. Mr. Brian Su, CEO of Artisan Business Group, Inc., is to lead an EB-5 business and investment exploratory trade mission to Shanghai China November 13-20, 2012. Shanghai provides one of the most lucrative markets on the globe. For the majority, it is known for its futuristic architecture and tourist hot spots. However, for the others, it is known for its limitless business possibilities. The Shanghai Business & Investment Exploratory Delegation will provide an eye-opening and networking opportunity, which will give an insider’s view that can help delegates advance in the Chinese capital market. The event does so by providing with an advantageous position which will allow for trusting relationships to be built both through business and networking events.

The main activities of this trade mission include: meetings with leading emigration agencies; meeting with potential EB-5 investors; “the evening of Shanghai” private reception with emigration agents, EB-5 investors, and local business executives; and other planned activities and business functions across the city. Delegates will be given a pre-departure project consultation, Chinese business culture orientation, and a follow up phone consultation session upon return from China.

This delegation is designed to create an investment-ripe environment that will attract Chinese investment capital. Whether delegates are in current need of agents and investors, or are seeking to explore future possibilities, lasting productive working relationships start here. For more information about the Nov 13-20, 2012 Shanghai trade mission, contact Mr. Tyler McKay at (217) 899-6661.

Press Contact:

Tyler McKay

Artisan Business Group, Inc.

(217) 899-6661

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