Preparing for Trade with Cuba

On March 21, President Obama made a historic visit to Communist-ruled Cuba, becoming the first American president to set foot on the island in nearly a century. Four days earlier he had announced further measures to ease travel and trade restrictions

Although the embargo remains in place at this time, the recent changes greatly expand the commercial potential for U.S. businesses in the Cuban marketplace. Entrepreneurship on the island is exploding, and the country is hungry for investment.

Preparing for Trade with Cuba will bring together top experts in law, trade regulations, foreign investment, international business and logistics in Miami, Florida – 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.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a better understanding of Cuba’s cultural and business climate at the leading edge of the momentous shift in US-Cuba relations.

About Datamyne Inc.

Built and maintained by an international team of experts, Datamyne provides detailed, authoritative data on the import-export trade of some 50 countries across 5 continents including US trade with over 230 markets. Our integrated suite of online products offers multiple perspectives on international trade, including current rankings of trade flows, details of shipments, and 360-degree profiles of buyers, sellers and service providers.

Our clients use this data to identify and gauge market opportunities, locate and qualify sources of supply, benchmark supply chain performance, and outmaneuver their competitors.

In 2015, Datamyne produced its first conference in partnership with NEXCO focused on the essentials of doing business in the soon to be reopened Cuban market. Due to popular demand, we are pleased to be co-hosting this year’s follow-up conference.

About NEXCO

Based in New York City, NEXCO has served the international business community since 1963 by providing affordable, expert-led seminars on policy issues, regulatory compliance, business skills and trade strategies on a monthly basis. Learn more at www.nexco.org.

Engage Cuba is a main sponsor and Engage Cuba Senior Policy Advisor Lee Ann Evans will participate in panel discussions.