We all know how vital brand promotion is in today’s business world. In this article from Reuters we learn of the difficulties of brand promotion and marketing in Cuba for the expanding private sector. From a distrust of capitalist consumerism to the high cos... More »
IMTC announced their first event to take place in Havana this June. The IMTC CUBA 2016 Conference is the first Remittances & Financial Services Conference of its kind to be held in Cuba. It will take place at the Melia Cohiba Hotel from June 27-29, 2016. … T... More »
Economic Development and Business in Cuba Note: This article is frequently updated with new business information. The list of foreign businesses wishing to establish a presence in Cuba and of those in the process of negotiations with Cuba is ever-expanding. O... More »
Brian Bandell, Senior Reporter at the South Florida Business Journal | March 28, 2016 Miami-based International Port Corp said it’s the first U.S. company to open a staffed office in Cuba. Several companies have received licenses from the U.S. government to st... More »
Prior to President Obama’s visit to Cuba, the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Security and Industry (BIS) and Treasury’s Foreign Assets Control Office (OFAC) made amendments to Export Admin Regulations (EAR) and the Cuban Asset Control Regulations (CACR). Thes... More »
December of 2014 went down as a great moment in history for two former Cold War foes, closing the door on decades of hostility between Cuba and the United States. During this time, the US has reestablished a once lost diplomatic relationship with the Cuban… TO... More »
Two years of negotiations should be finalized this week between the EU and Cuba. The European Union met with Cuban government officials last week in an attempt to finalize approximately two years of negotiations. It was previously hoped that an agreement bet... More »
The Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment (MINCEX), Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz, ends his official visit to the United States today. From February 15-18, he headed the delegation accompanied by Cuban officials including the president of the Chamber of Com... More »
Update to this article: Obama’s official visit has been confirmed for March 21 – 22nd. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stated Tuesday (February 23) he plans to travel to Cuba “in the next week or two” for talks on human rights. Kerry was previously… TO READ... More »
A little over a year later from the start of historic talks between the United States and Cuba, Americans are now permitted to attend and hold business meetings in Cuba. These meetings or conferences must be planned and organized by an international profession... More »
This year’s Feria Internacional de La Habana (FIHAV, the Spanish acronym) was one of the most exciting events for trade and commerce to take place in Havana this year. From November 2 until November 7th, Cuba and more than 70 other countries exhibited their p... More »
This year’s FIHAV 2015 Havana International Fair is to have the largest attendance in its history since its inception in 1983. Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca, told a press conference that approximately 900 companies from so... More »
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