"Revitalization & Real Estate " Event Bring International Business Leaders Together to Discuss Investment in Detroit
Attendees will discuss strategies to attract global investors to Detroit-area real estate
Detroit(November 22,2013) - The Detroit Chinese Business Association(DCBA) will host its first-ever "Revitalization & Real Estate" event on Friday, Dec 6,2013, at DTE Energy headquaters in Detroit. The breakfast forum will feature Detroit's premier business community and its leaders, including keynote speakers Andy Gutman (president, Farbman Group) and David Farbman (Principal, Farbman Group, and author, "The Hunt"). This meeting of minds event will highlight ways to foster the continued transformation of Detroit, and the region, through strngthened international relations between the Detroit real estate community and Chinese investors.
"This event is the perfect way to foster educational, informative discussions that will benefit anyone interested in the revitalization of Detroit." said David Farbman. "Detroit has already begun to see resurgence on the national stage, but we'd like to extend the view and commit to relationships that will enable the Motor City to compete globally and offer incentives for international investment."
Detroit is moving toward a comeback, and Chinese investors have taken note. Currently, the National Association of Realtors lists Detroit's real estate market among the top ficve cities most asked about from Chinese investors. Although the Chinese government has the world's largest stockpile of foreign currency reserves, at approximately $3.44 trillion, encouraging investments in Detroit's real estate requires attractive incentives. That in mind, the DCBA is doing its part to showcase an environment that is exciting and profitabe.
"Revitalization and Real Estate" is intented to bring attention to Chinese investment interests, as well as foster person-to-person discussion and trust building. Following a contiental breakfast and opening remarks, Gutman and Farbman will discuss the state of real estate in Detroit as well as ways to better market the region to global customers. Mark Kind (manager, Economic Developmentm DTE Energy )will present the 2014 Detroit Revitalization and Economic Development Forecast. The event will conclude with networking opportunities and an optional tech demo center tour.
Sponsored by DTE Energy, "Revitalization & Real Estate" will run from 7:30a.m. to 10 a.m. and is open to the public. Attendees must pre-register to email@example.com by Wednesday, Dec 4.
About Detroit Chinese Business Association
The Detroit Chinese Business Association(DCBA) is a Michigan based non-profit organization. Founded in 1995, its primary goal is to foster bilateral business relationship between US and Chinese companies. Leveraging DCBA's services is the most effective way in terms of doing business between Michigan and China.
DCBA has established close relationships with American and Chinese government agencies, automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, and many other manugacturing and service companies and organizations. In the past years, DCBA promotes business opportunities by providing its members and the Metro-Detroit business communities with numerous business conferences, exhibitions, networking events and consulting services.
The Detroit Chinese Business Association is located at 2100 W Big Beaver Rd, Suite 207, Troy, MI 48084
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