In a recent interview, IIUSA’s President of the Board of Directors and Chairman and CEO of FirstPathway Partners, Robert W. Kraft sat down for an interview with Investment Migration Insider to discuss the future of the EB-5 program.
On November 16th, BMO Harris Bank and award-winning developer Irgens gathered with dozens of enthusiastic individuals in Downtown Milwaukee to witness the groundbreaking of the bank’s new 25-story, $132.6 million tower.
Foxconn made headlines worldwide in July 2017 with an announcement of plans to make a 10 billion dollar investment in the State of Wisconsin that will, directly and indirectly, create tens of thousands of jobs.
On November 6th, 2017, Robert W. Kraft spoke on an expert panel to an audience of immigration and investment professionals as well as government officials at the 5th Annual Investment Immigration Summit (IIS) - East Asia in Hong Kong.
During Governor Scott Walker’s recent trade mission to Israel the Water Council signed two agreements that will increase collaboration and establish new partnerships between the State of Wisconsin and Israel.
From November 6th - 12th the second annual Milwaukee Startup Week, presented by Northwestern Mutual, will bring together entrepreneurs, investors, local leaders, and major companies to celebrate entrepreneurship in Southeast Wisconsin.
During a recent awards ceremony at the 7th annual EB-5 Industry Forum in Miami, Chairman and CEO of FirstPathway Partners, Robert W. Kraft accepted the prestigious I-829 award.
Robert W. Kraft, the current President of IIUSA’s Board of Directors recently served as a distinguished panelist at the 7th annual IIUSA Industry Forum in Miami, Florida.
In a recent online edition of the Huffington Post, CEO and Chairman of Manpower Group Jonas Prising highlighted several factors that make the city of Milwaukee one of America’s best kept secrets.
Following the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Technical Exhibition & Conference industry professionals from seven different states and seven different countries were invited to visit the Water Council’s