Over the years, entrepreneur Albert Barbusci has built an impressive track record in a broad diversity of industries, from residential real estate development in the Asia-Pacific region to advertising and public relations in his native Canada. Among his most recent ventures, Albert Barbusci negotiated a purchase agreement between Blue Zen Memorial Parks and Anfield Resources for a percentage stake in Arizona copper mine Binghampton Copper Queen Property. One of Blue Zen’s key shareholders, Mr. Barbusci partnered with Chinese land developer Tiandilong Group to acquire up to 50 percent of the 7.8 square-mile volcanogenic site, a move that could reap considerable mineral assets for the international joint venture.
Before his current activities in natural resources exploration, Mr. Barbusci enjoyed a prolific career in advertising and PR, running healthcare conference management group Events International and Cadence Communications, which partnered with Japanese firm Dentsu to represent its clients’ Canadian interests. Some of the work handled through this partnership included noteworthy campaigns for Canon, Lexus, and Toyota.