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Thread: Seeking Immigrants to U.S. with Entrepreneurail Opportunities in Country of Origin

  1. #1
    David E. Gumpert writes the "Growing Concerns" column for
    BusinessWeek.com and the syndicated "You're the Boss" column for
    daily newspapers.He is the author of several books about
    entrepreneurship, including"Burn Your Business Plan! What
    Investors Really Want from Entrepreneurs", "How to Really Start
    Your Own Business" (4th Edition),and "How to Really Create a
    Successful Business Plan" (4th Edition).

    David is interested in learning about immigrants to U.S. who have
    decided to seek out entrepreneurial opportunities in their
    country of origin (such as South Korea, China, India, etc.). This
    is for his businessweek.com column, and possibly other freelance
    writing he might do.

    Please feel free to email webmaster@ilw.com with your name,
    number and a brief bio of yourself regarding your entreprenuerial
    opportunities in your country of origin. Please write "Entrepreneurial Opportunities" in the Subject line.

    Sincerely,
    Webmaster

  2. #2
    David E. Gumpert writes the "Growing Concerns" column for
    BusinessWeek.com and the syndicated "You're the Boss" column for
    daily newspapers.He is the author of several books about
    entrepreneurship, including"Burn Your Business Plan! What
    Investors Really Want from Entrepreneurs", "How to Really Start
    Your Own Business" (4th Edition),and "How to Really Create a
    Successful Business Plan" (4th Edition).

    David is interested in learning about immigrants to U.S. who have
    decided to seek out entrepreneurial opportunities in their
    country of origin (such as South Korea, China, India, etc.). This
    is for his businessweek.com column, and possibly other freelance
    writing he might do.

    Please feel free to email webmaster@ilw.com with your name,
    number and a brief bio of yourself regarding your entreprenuerial
    opportunities in your country of origin. Please write "Entrepreneurial Opportunities" in the Subject line.

    Sincerely,
    Webmaster

  3. #3
    I think you could look at "US-[foreign country] Chamber of Commerce".

    There are number of those, mostly in Washington,DC.

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