Cuba has 11.5 million inhabitants and 4 million yearly visiting tourists. The island was brought into the center of attention some years ago, when the country started an economic reform process, and the U.S. initiated a lift of the U.S. restrictions. Additionally, the EU and Cuba in December 2016 signed a new agreement about cooperation and trade. The Danish Export Credit Agency has furthermore included Cuba in their portfolio.
What makes Cuba attractive?
- A highly educated and skilled workforce
- A new and rapidly growing private sector
- Geographically Cuba is placed centrally in the Americas, and the island has international airports and a new deep-water harbour
- Cuba is continuously working on reforming its economy and improving conditions for international business
Participants will be introduced to key players from five sectors, and will gain a unique insight into how to make solutions available or strengthen business. Your company will gain insight into the market opportunities, the players and regulations. On this delegation visit you will be able to:
- Present your solutions to top level management from relevant organizations
- Gain insight into procurement processes
- Meet sector and market specialists and find new business opportunities
- Networking opportunity with relevant local stakeholder
WHO SHOULD JOIN
The business delegation to Cuba is relevant for companies working with all areas of
- Water Management
- Agribusiness, Food & Food Technology
- Construction and Infrastructure