Brian Su got his MPA degree from the University of Illinois at Springfield in the U.S., and a Bachelor of Arts in English at Guizhou University in China. Su worked as a marketing manager for China Non-Ferrous Metals Import and Export Corporation before coming to the U.S. in 1989.
Brian Su has extensive experience in international trade and business management. Prior to founding Artisan Business Group, Su served Illinois governor Jim Edgar and assisted him in his trade missions to China in 1990s and helped him host Chinese government officials and trade delegations visiting the United States. He has also led business exploratory trade missions to China, and won the trust and appreciation from clients both in China and the U.S.
Brian Su is also a successful public speaker. His topics cover a wide range of issues regarding China/Asia-related business and cultures. His perspectives on economical and political developments offer his clients a unique inside view of what is happening in China.
Most important of all, Su is regarded as the leading expert and authority on EB-5 investment by many American law firms, regional centers and state & municipal economical development officials. Brian Su is instrumental and successful in advising executives and law firms on marketing their programs to global investors, thus introducing large amount of investment from China and other areas into the United States through his field offices in major cosmopolitan areas in China.
Su owes his success to his extensive network of government officials and business executives, together with the combination of his Chinese background, U.S. education and multinational work experience. He is well placed to bridge gap of the business knowledge between the two cultures.
Brian Su has contributed to the balanced trade between the US and China. His numerous trade missions have enhanced understanding of the two cultures and strengthened the bonds and friendship of the two business communities.
Brian Su, one of the winners of the Second US China Outstanding Contribution Award, holding the award presented by Shirly Ling, Vice President of the US China Business Association China Branch, at the Award Ceremony at the American Study Center, Fudan University, Shanghai on Nov. 19th, 2012.