Bob Kraft shares his EB-5 industry expertise as Chairman and CEO of FirstPathway Partners Regional Center, and President of IIUSA’s Board of Directors
Milwaukee, WI (November 17, 2020) - FirstPathway Partners CEO / IIUSA President, Bob Kraft, reveals his secrets on navigating the EB-5 industry from an entrepreneurial standpoint and tactics in selecting both feasible and lucrative projects for immigrant investors in Investment Migration Council’s (IMC) latest Yearbook publication.
“I think smaller projects are beneficial for the investor because they can easily get their arms around them... A hotel project, for instance, is fairly static and predictable. ”
Kraft’s relationship with IMC has enriched the industry with their collaborative provision of relevant and insightful content, as well as in their shared mission to educate and guide individuals on all sides of the EB-5 movement.
Kraft is humbled at his inclusion in IMC’s Yearbook publication and for the opportunity to contribute his knowledge to an industry that is paramount to the vitality, development, and preservation of the United States economy.
About Investment Migration Council
The IMC is the worldwide association for investment migration and citizenship-by-investment, bringing together the leading stakeholders in the field and giving the industry a voice. The IMC sets the standards on a global level and interacts with other professional associations, governments and international organizations in relation to investment migration. The IMC helps to improve public understanding of the issues faced by clients and governments in this area and promotes education and high professional standards among its members.
About FirstPathway Partners
FirstPathway Partners has helped foreign investors become United States citizens through immigrant investor programs since 2008. FirstPathway Partners has assisted hundreds of immigrant investors from over 40 countries around the world, raising millions of dollars for job-creating enterprises, and creating thousands of jobs for US workers.
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