To meet the rising demand for global mobility and investment opportunities, Uglobal hosted its 2018 Uglobal Immigration Expo in Beijing on May 9.
Set within the luxurious Rosewood Beijing hotel, the expo kicked off with a VIP cocktail reception, where guests could network and tie global connections with distinguished industry stakeholders. The event brought together more than 350 global migration agents, immigration attorneys, securities attorneys, developers and other prominent keyplayers within the rapidly growing citizenship-by-investment and residency-by-investment industries.
The Uglobal expo featured a series of interactive panels moderated by experienced professionals who gave up-to-date information on global investment immigration programs and compared the pros and cons of the emerging market. Topics were an exploration of trends in the CBI industry, enhanced due diligence methods, a closer look at Cyprus’ CBI offerings, the industry’s perspective from the Chinese side, and trends within RBI programs.
The expo also announced the nominees for the Top 100 Global Migration Agency CEO awards. The winners will receive their recognition during a special invite-only ceremony in downtown Los Angeles at the historic Exchange LA venue in July.
Tasos Stavrou of Cyprus-based Aristo Developers said Uglobal’s Beijing expo provided a fundamental element for the industry, which is sharing precise information.
“Uglobal distinguished itself by blending together knowledge, market trends, professionalism but also great networking opportunities,” he said. “Undeniably, Uglobal conferences are the opportunity for both investors and professionals to exchange ideas and join forces toward a better, more sustainable market.”
Eva Zhang of Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates’ Hong Kong office agreed.
“Everything was well-organized and the invited guests are all good local agents and important immigration officers,” she said. “We will enjoy being at your next event for sure.”
Uglobal’s next conference is on July 23 and 24 in Los Angeles, followed by others in Vietnam on Sept. 7, South Korea on Sept. 12 and India on Oct. 5.