Insight Enterprises's Founders Form Consulting Group to Facilitate American - Chinese Business

With ties to President Xi Jinping and former President George W. Bush New Firm Helps Companies Foster Profitable Cross Border Relationships

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PHOENIX, Aug. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Tim and Eric Crown, Arizona brothers who founded Insight Enterprises, have formed a partnership with Robert Parker, the former Insight Vice President of Financial Services.  Insight Enterprises (NSIT) is a Fortune 500 computer services company with sales in excess of $5 billion in 2012.  Together they formed the Crown Parker Advisory Group, a successful business development company focused on United States and China business relationships.

Crown Parker Advisory Group has also been working with members of the Bush family.  The group has worked together with Neil Bush on several transactions in China, as well as organizing an appearance by former President George W. Bush at the American Century Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Crown Parker Advisory Group specializes in strategic partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, raising capital and government relations.  They are working with clients in China and the United States, in the fields of clean energy, logistics, entertainment, commodities and banking.  Most recently, the group has assisted in the development of a new cold chain logistics company in China. 

This past February, Robert Parker had the pleasure of interviewing China's then-incoming President Xi Jinping, for FOX News, during his visit to Los Angeles.  At the request of the People's Republic of China, Parker attended events at the Palm Springs' summit between President Xi Jinping and President Barak Obama.  "We appreciate President Xi Jinping's confidence in this new model of relations between the United States and China," says Parker.

Robert Parker and Eric Crown have been interviewed and supplied commentary on local and national programs including, FOX News and CCTV in Asia regarding U.S. and China business relations.  Parker, who now considers President Xi Jinping a friend, says he feels confident that under the leadership of President Jinping, China and the United States will succeed together in business and in friendship. 

For more information on Crown Parker Advisory Group visit www.crownparker.com

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