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On Monday, August 13th, Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit held the Ambassador’s IES at the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates in Des Moines, Iowa. The event gathered entrepreneurs from all over the country to celebrate its launching of the International Entrepreneurs Summit. After a decade of history in Iowa, IES has expanded Illinois this on this past July 27 at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline, Illinois, for the first time, and now, preparing to have its first conference overseas in China this upcoming September 21. The Ambassador Branstad will host IES and its special guests at his residence in Beijing for dinner on September 19. On Friday, September 21, which is the United Nations Peace Day, International Entrepreneurs Summit (presented by Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit and Community CPA) will hold its 1st inaugural international conference at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China.
Quad-City immigrants spent Friday learning how to finance businesses, start tax plans, hire employees, understand legal jargon, use social media and create innovative marketing. Sa, a native of China and founder of Community CPA, calls the summit a "crash course in 18 different topics," also featuring talks about zoning, payroll, building codes and other processes hard to understand, especially for those unfamiliar with American government. "I think because a lot of new immigrants here are refugees, given that particular background, a lot of them come in with a lot of fear of the government," she said. "Asking questions to the government is not as easy as it is for people who were born here and know their rights, know what to ask and what to reject." Kim said many of the people the group works with have no idea where to go to start a business. And it's often a scary process. "A lot of them, wherever they're coming form, have faced a lot of injustice. So that doesn't really allow them to build trust immediately for the authority or financial community," he said. "At IES, everybody's on the same platform. We have one goal and that is to build each other up and support each other. When trust is established and a connection is made, they can continue to share that information to the rest of the community." Please find a link and content below: Business across borders: Moline summit helps immigrants foster their entrepreneurial spirits