Global Perspective

China

After a decade long experience in Taiwan and China our team relies on its’ Mandarin fluency and business experiences as a pathway to doing business with Asian investors. With significant experience in the marketing and investor procurement of EB5 funding and other key relationships STK provides our investors and clients with a unique perspective into these markets.

Puerto Rico

As partners with Kinetic Investment Group /Lendacy platform we are poised to take advantage of the Puerto Rican and Caribbean markets with K/L offices in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Spain

Our future growth targets Spain as a source of investment for US projects.

Community Involvement

STK supports various local organizations in the Community

• STK is involved with the local autism community with plans to develop an Autism Community Center bringing together young adults in a safe, fun, and communal setting.

• STK supports the Krewe of Sant Yago Education Foundation assisting deserving students a scholarship to complete their studies.

• STK founded Dalia’s Reach, a non-profit organization that assisted families in time of need when their students that had been lost through tragic events on/off campus.

• Other areas of involvement and support have included:

Make A Wish Board of Advisors; Hispanic Business Initiative Fund; Jesuit High School Annual Special Olympics Games; Founding Chairman 2002

Logo Inspiration

Our logo is conceived from an artistic portrayal of a statute of Tequestan hunter and his squaw and child that stands in the middle of the Brickell Avenue Bridge in Miami, Florida. Over 2,000 years ago the Tequestans were Florida’s first inhabitants, and likely the original real estate players.

The “bow hunter” image appealed to us both for the connection to our native state and the focused nature of a bow hunter. Unlike a marksman with a rifle, the bow hunter possesses great strength, an acute sense of aim, and the experience to release the arrow at the precise moment to maximize the opportunity. We see ourselves as bow hunters – tightly focused on one assignment