Creating Jobs, Creating Opportunities

Video games, delivery drones, sensor technology, holograms, cyber security, and paper-less paper – all investment possibilities – will be some of the topics explored in the first of its kind conference to take place Wednesday-Saturday, Nov. 19-22, 2014, at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido, San Diego County, California.

“Make It In America: Boosting Possibility Through Innovation and Entrepreneurship” will also focus on latest advances in stem cell research, nanotechnology, virtual reality and other disciplines in science and technology, as well as how to do business in America and Southern California.

The conference, a collaborative effort by federal, county, local and non-profit officials, will provide a venue for overseas investors and innovators to examine potential partnerships in San Diego and elsewhere in Southern California. Guests will come from China, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam and include business leaders from the four-county region. U.S. Rep. Scott Peters, representing California’s 52nd Congressional District, and San Diego County District 3 Supervisor Dave Roberts will chair the conference; Escondido Mayor Sam Abed will serve as host.

While Asian participants are invited to consider America’s potential for investment, regional businesses should attend to raise awareness about what they do, meet potential partners and investors or gain additional insights on improving their products or industries.

“The goal of this three-and-a-half day round of activities is to bring together like-minded innovators and investors to generate new product or industry in the most lucrative market in the world,” said Peters. “Even though your business may be elsewhere, you will understand the purchasing power of this market and learn how to reach it effectively.”

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Make It In America was created by Rosalynn Carmen,

president of the Asian Heritage Society and publisher of Asia Media America. Co-founder is Pulitzer Prize nominee Leonard Novarro.

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