Preparing for Trade with Cuba Upcoming Conference

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Datamyne Inc. in partnership with NEXCO have organized an upcoming conference entitled  “Preparing for Trade with Cuba,” to take place this October in Miami.

As US-Cuba relations warm after more than five decades of the American embargo, opportunities for U.S. Businesses are expanding.  This conference aims to provide American business with a greater understanding of Cuba’s business climate and culture.

Preparing for Trade with Cuba will bring together top experts in law, trade regulations, foreign investment, international business and logistics to discuss the best ways to leverage the new Cuba opportunities. Tourism companies, transportation providers, ports, banks, law firms – every enterprise or organization with a potential business interest in Cuba should attend this conference to stay one step ahead.

The conference aims to provide a better understanding of Cuba’s cultural and business climate at the leading edge of the momentous shift in U.S.-Cuba relations.

Experts will discuss what Cuba’s economic development can mean for companies. It will provide a greater understanding of the scope for corporate opportunities and risks. It is also an opportunity for networking which will serve business owners in the future.  The registration fee also includes breakfast and lunch, and an afternoon networking reception.

Some of the scheduled speakers include Stonegate Bank‘s Founder and CEO, Dave Seleski, Lee Ann Evans, Senior Policy Advisor for Engage Cuba; Judy Kruger principal of Kruger of International, LLC; John Kavulich, President, US-Cuba Trade and Economic Council; and Saul Berenthal, entrepreneur and one of the first Americans to set up a manufacturing facility in Cuba, Cleber LLC.

Preparing for Trade with Cuba will take place on Thursday, October 13, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at the Pullman Miami Luxury Hotel – 5800 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, FL 33126, United States.


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