Florida EB-5 Regional Center and Spoleto Brazil Are Bringing a $25 Million Expansion of Spoleto Restaurant Brand to the State of Florida
Florida EB-5 Regional Center and Spoleto Brazil announce its partnership to provide an initial $25 million EB-5 investment opportunity within the restaurant industry. With two existing established Spoleto locations in Orlando, at the University of Central Florida and the Florida Mall, the partnership aims to grow the brand to 25 new locations throughout the Orlando metro area, and the 100 locations throughout the State of Florida.
Sarasota, FL, January 6, 2016 (Newswire.com) – The Florida EB-5 Regional Center, is authorized to work directly with foreign investors to create United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approved projects that comply with the EB-5 Foreign Investment Capital guidelines.
The EB-5 model was created in 1990 by Congress and developed under USCIS, a division of the United States Department of Homeland Security, to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. Under the EB-5 program, foreign entrepreneurs and their immediate family have a pathway to citizenship by making an investment in a commercial enterprise in the U.S, by creating a minimum of 10 local jobs for each $500,000 of investment.
“We work diligently to develop substantial investment growth opportunities across the State of Florida, and the Florida EB-5 Regional Center is the go-to resource for the EB-5 program in the state.”
The Florida EB-5 Regional Center was established in 2010, and since that time has created $65 million EB-5 foreign investment capital opportunities. A partnership between the Florida EB-5 Regional Center and Spoleto USA, a US subsidiary, of one of the largest restaurant groups in Brazil, is the first of its kind to provide EB-5 investment opportunities within the Florida restaurant industry. Spoleto, is one of Grupo Trigo’sbrands, represents the largest Italian cuisine chain in Brazil with 391 locations across the country.
Florida EB-5 Regional Center’s new Spoleto USA project is providing an initial $25 million in investment opportunities to foreign investors. The project will provide business expansion and economic growth in the Orlando, Florida area with future offerings for up to 100 locations within the State of Florida. Food industry firms based in the U.S were the source of approximately $24.7 million in EB-5 direct food industry investment in fiscal year 2013. Nationally, EB-5 investment has contributed $3.58 billion to U.S. gross domestic product and supported more than 41,000 new jobs.
“We work diligently to develop substantial investment growth opportunities across the State of Florida, and the Florida EB-5 Regional Center is the go-to resource for the EB-5 program in the state,” says Dennis Slater, CEO of the Florida EB-5 Regional Center.
The Spoleto USA project is a dynamic opportunity for foreign investors looking to invest in a business name they are familiar with in their home country with the ability to gain permanent residency within the U.S. but in particular for investors from Brazil, who are already familiar with the Spoleto brand and with Florida’s economy, as the state is the top tourist destination for those visiting the U.S.
“As a result of our partnership with the Florida EB-5 Regional Center, the Spoleto brand and its investors are positioned for significant growth across the State of Florida,” says John Velasquez, President of Spoleto USA.
To better understand the EB-5 programs, the organization’s work and for more information on investment opportunities, contact Dennis Slater via email: [email protected]
About Florida EB-5 Regional Center
Florida EB-5 Regional Center was created to provide an investment vehicle for qualified foreigners seeking to obtain permanent residency status within the United States under the USCIS EB-5 program. The Florida EB-5 Regional Center is in a unique position to take advantage of current business opportunities that exist throughout the State of Florida with more than $25 million (50+) I-526 immigrant investor applications, leading to the creation of more than 1,800 new jobs in the State of Florida. Through its Principals and affiliates, the Regional Center has a strong capital market knowledge base and extensive experience in corporate restructuring, finance, commercial real estate and investments. For more information about the Florida EB-5 Regional Center’s USCIS programs and investment opportunities, contact Dennis Slater via email at[email protected]Clickind For More Information
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