Global Edition

 

China Golf Group Strengthens Development

8.13am 21st January 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Monday, January 24th, 2011

Headquartered in Shanghai, China Golf Group, Inc, a leading designer and developer of premium golf courses, golf communities and improved land properties in China and the first of its kind publicly registered and reporting in the United States, announced establishing its Land Development Department and opening of its regional office in Wuhan, Hubei province, effective January 3, 2011, to further strengthen the Company’s efforts on land development.

The newly established Land Development Department is engaged in land development and real estate services and operated by China Golf’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Wuhan Quanlingyu Real Estate Agent Co., Ltd. A team of over 50 members led by Mr. Hu Shihua have rich experience in real estate industry.

Mr. Hu Shihua will be appointed as the director of Land Development Department to fully in charge of the land development businesses. Mr. Hu has more than 17 years working experience in real estate field and has rich management experience in well-known developers such as Wuhan Vanke and Shenzhen Lantian. Mr. Hu got his MBA at Fudan University, and his Bachelor at Hubei University.

“The establishment of Land Development Department and the addition of forming a new team led by Mr. Hu to our company is a significant step for us since both will surely make great contribution to our company’s future growth. Furthermore, the regional office set up in Wuhan will help China Golf to enter into the fast booming area of China,” commented Mr. Tiger Bi, the CEO of China Golf.

China Golf’s Wuhan regional office is at the following address: Suite 2702, Building No.28, Changqing Garden, Wuhan, P.R.China.

China Golf Group www.chinagolfgroup.com

       

You can see the latest news letter here.

Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.            

Use the buttons above to control the search results you want.

Prefixing a search term with a hyphen will exclude results matching that term.
For example 'green -greenkeeper' will return results containing 'green' but not 'greenkeeper'.