Comment: Boots on the Ground

To be successful in raising EB-5 capital from India, you need boots on the ground--especially if your raise is more than 25 investors. Boots on the ground can be achieved in two different ways: (1) You can either commit your US team to traveling frequently spending two weeks in India every two months, or (2) by developing deep relationships with people in India--either by starting your own local Indian office, or by finding a competent partner (preferably in the financial sector).

ILW has been operating in India for the past 7 years. Many of our clients have asked us for help in getting "boots on the ground" in India--for both hiring for their local office, and building key intermediary relationships. ILW will help you in forming your network or augmenting your network in these countries. We do offer these services and have helped a number of our clients with their India presence.

If you are considering operating in the Indian EB-5 market, please talk to us about what we can do for you by reaching out on the phone 212-545-0818 or by email webmaster@ilw.com or online.

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Focus: India Custom Expos

  • We will help you locate cities and countries with strong EB-5 demand for your type of project
  • We will quickly put you in front of investors and agents to present your project to
  • Custom Expos duration can vary from 4 days to 8 days – flooding you with many prospects in a short time
  • "Boots on the ground". ILW will help you in forming your network or augmenting your network in these countries
  • Feedback on the attractiveness of your deal terms to investors from this country, and effectiveness of your marketing collateral

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