Saturday, September 12, 2009

China and India at the US-Asia Expo Arizona Sept 17-18

Focusing on the ever-growing India and China markets as key sources of new capital for Arizona economic expansion, the US-Asia Expo Arizona will be held on Thursday and Friday September 17-18, at the Camelback Inn in Scottsdale.

In cooperation with local organizations and businesses for the exchange of ideas and the development of global business opportunities and strategies, the US-Asia Expo Arizona points out the Valley of the Sun to Asian investors as the most attractive and effective location to do business in the United States.

The Expo also presents an opportunity to business owners in Arizona who are either looking to grow globally or would like to take advantage of business coming to the State. Arizona is competitive in aviation and aerospace technology, biotechnology, renewable energy, energy conservation, and environmental protection and offers targeted incentives and a business friendly operating environment.

Early this week, an U.S.-China Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum was held in Phoenix with over 200 government officials and business representatives from China and the U.S., revealing China as Arizona's third largest trading partner ($1.2 billion in 2008), with electrical machinery, aerospace products, optics and cotton headed out.

“The State’s ever-increasing role in the global economy sends a message to the world that Arizona means economic opportunity and high-tech innovation,” said Donald E. Cardon, Director of the Arizona Department of Commerce, at the Forum. “Significant opportunity exists in the international ties and investment taking shape.”

The US-Asia Expo Arizona looks to collaborate on important business issues and merge thousands of known strategic alliances with Asian entrepreneurs, business owners and investors from 45 countries.

The US-Asia Expo Arizona is presented by Arizona International Growth Group (AZIGG) and will feature business, investment and community leaders including Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, Barry Broome (Greater Phoenix Economic Council, GPEC), Don Cardon (Arizona Department of Commerce) and Glenn Hamer (Arizona Chamber).

"In cooperation with GPEC and other entities working hard to build business in Arizona, we expect the US-Asia Expo Arizona to help business here grow globally and benefit from Asian companies investing in Arizona," said Doug Bruhnke, Founder/President of Arizona International Growth Group.

When: September 17th and 18th (Thursday and Friday)
Where: Camelback Inn, 5402 East Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale (Az)

For more information:

Contact: Growth Nation
Doug Bruhnke
CEO, Growth Nation and President, AZIGG

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