Location A Key Factor for Foreign Companies Moving to the U.S.

Bob Koch, Architect, and Board Member of INV American L.L.C, in this second of a series of informational seminars, shares some of the key points owners of foreign businesses should consider when investing in or making a move to the United States.
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Feb. 21, 2013 - PRLog -- INV America - or Invest American L.L.C. - is a one-stop company that assists foreign companies entering the U.S. market in making their overall investment and relocation decisions.    

Among the Board Members of INV America is Bob Koch, founder and president of Fugleberg and Koch Architects in Orlando, Florida.  In the 1970's, Koch was recruited by both the State Department and the Department of Commerce to assist in establishing trade relations throughout the Caribbean.  Since then he has remained one of South Florida's key players in assisting international companies to locate in the United States.

In this second of a series of informative seminars, he describes how important it is to consider location when a foreign company is planning a business move to the United States.


Founding Board Members, in addition to Koch, include a bevy of high profile members in business and industry, including Gordon McDermott, President of New Jersey based Auracom Corporation, a company dealing in cultural and translation services; Ron Phipps, former President of the National Association of Realtors; George Harvey, Jr., a prominent Realtor from Telluride, Colorado; Wayne Carroll, an investor with Washington, D.C. based Jason Corporation; Barry Beitler, a leading commercial broker in Los Angeles and a specialist in EB-5 investments; Ken Libby, a prominent Realtor from Stowe, Vermont; Maria Babaev, a Luxury Home Realtor located on Long Island and a native of Russia and a specialist in Eastern European culture; and Carl Bosse, president of Associated Realty of the Americas, a high end referral network with residential and commercial affiliates throughout North America.

The group has three significant advantages that make its positioning unique.

First, playing off a "Road Map" designed by Bob Koch, the company has created a one day seminar, which provides, without charge, to well-qualified investors/companies, an explanation, in great detail and clarity, of what is needed - besides products, interest, money or a willing team - to successfully invest in the U.S.A.

Second, using the resources provided through Associated Realty of the Americas, a referral group of hand selected, well-qualified members strategically located throughout the USA, the firm has highly qualified "boots on the ground" in almost every conceivable location throughout the country. Consequently, local issues and nuances, which can become agents of disaster for unknowing investors, are much better understood.  And, as the client moves forward, having trusted local specialists in the real estate field, can result in enormous time and cost savings to the project.

Third, the organization has made a great deal of effort to team up with affiliates it can recommend to clients, who really fill in the gaps of knowledge and expertise needed in a successful venture.  These are not merely attorneys or accountants; they are true specialists in wide-ranging fields from robotics to timber investment, from title insurance to Indian gaming.  They are readily available to be used by the investor to sort out the most difficult of issues.

For more information on this company, please contact Carl A. Bosse, President of Associated Realty of the Americas, at carl@areamericas.com, or phone him at 1-520-625-9207, or write him at P.O. Box 2109, Green Valley, Arizona 85622.
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