Mark Sweet

As Chief Executive Officer for All Nations Development Alliance, Mark Sweet has accumulated over 20 years of experience in the construction and development business, specializing in the areas of risk management, resource planning, financial analysis and marketing. His vast knowledge began with an education from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Marketing and an International Business Degree from St. Paul College.

Recognized nationally in the commercial real estate industry, Mark has created business strategies for short/long term development planning, implementing procedures for budget management with the reduction of expenditures, raising capital and the oversight of fiduciary government regulation. Project development expertise lies within the areas of site selection, acquisitions analysis, zoning, market analysis, financial feasibility, government approvals, marketing and leasing/property management.

Within the Indian Gaming Management sector, Mark functioned for five years as the liaison for Gaming Management, Tribal Administrative and Executive Management. As a Director of Marketing and Food & Beverage, he executed risk management assessments, marketed the opening of a number of casino properties, in addition to the review and recommendation of measures taken in the operation management of marketing casino budgets, media relations, food/beverage and the hiring of all employees.

Mark has been an active community member with affiliations to the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Urban Land Institute (ULI), Gem Lake Economic Development Chair, Builders Association of the Twin Cities, and spent several years on the Partnership Committee for Special Olympics Minnesota. He was a member of the Minnesota Business Partnership, lobbying effort initiatives at the local, state and federal level for Native American Gaming. Mark has also recently become a member of the TCC DeMaND Workforce project advisory Board. The Tribal College Consortium for Developing Montana and North Dakota Workforce consists of four tribal colleges. As an advisor, Mark will provide management advice and assist in identifying additional potential employers or industry partners.

Your next development project can become a thriving and profitable reality with the assistance of Mark Sweet, All Nations Development Alliance and its strategic partners in architectural design.

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