Cubans are resourceful and tech savvy but the island nation's infrastructure is lamentable and its government still controls the economy.
'The right to make a living is one or our most precious rights,' says Carlos Gutierrez, the former CEO of Kellogg who was born in Cuba.
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The company will operate two properties in Havana, with an intent to manage a third in the future.
After an embargo that's lasted decades, the U.S. government is saying '¡si!' to entrepreneurship in the island nation. Here are the new rules for trade.
Subsidiary Booking.com would allow Americans traveling to Cuba to reserve and pay for rooms at a number of Cuban and foreign hotels, starting in several weeks.
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Dramatizing their eagerness for the coveted flights, companies argued why they were best suited for the routes in memos that at times were critical of one another.
Just think how your business may benefit from the Cuban's culture, entrepreneurial spirit and willingness to jump start their economy.
It will be the first U.S. presidential trip to the country in nearly 90 years.
Relations are thawing, but entrepreneurs should tread carefully.
¡Bienvenido! Just be sure to consider the factors you'll face, like slow Internet, mobile domination and the absence of brand recognition.
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