Cuba Business Roundtable
Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies
University of Miami
 

Welcome to the Cuba Business Roundtable

Cuba Conference Call

Construction Challenges and Opportunities in a Post-Castro, Post-Embargo Cuba
June 2008

Business Opportunities in Post-Castro Post-Embargo Cuba
April 2008

What are the implications of changes in Cuba? February 2008


Web links:

Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS)

Cuba Transition Project

Cuba Online

Cuban Affairs - quarterly electronic journal

Casa Bacardi


For subscription information please contact:

Vanessa Lopez:
305-284-2822 cbr.iccas@miami.edu


 
   

CUBA SITUATION UPDATE (CSU)

The Cuba Situation Update is a quarterly electronic publication that provides decision-makers with a succinct quarterly overview of current Cuban data and developments that may be used to plan market entry and business development strategies for a post-Castro, post-embargo Cuba. The Cuba Situation Update is based on a continuous and systematic scanning of information sources. A principal objective of the CSU is to identify and analyze key trends, and forces having a potential impact on the formulation and implementation of corporate strategies.

The CSU is issued four times per year and mailed electronically, examining economic, demographic, social, political, technological, and legal Cuban related events in the preceding three month period. Immediately following the release of the CSU an in-depth analysis will be presented in the Cuba Conference Call.


CUBA CONFERENCE CALL (CCC)


The Cuba Conference Call is a half an hour live telephone presentation hosted by top ICCAS Cuba experts and special guests that will expand on the Cuba Situation Update by adding analytical context and offering a forum for sharing and debating divergent views about relevant changes taking place in Cuba. The conference call format is a popular and cost effective method of helping business executives, lawyers and other professionals to keep up-to-date on Cuban events relevant to business opportunities in a post-Castro / post-embargo Cuba. Although we would want to provide for a Question and Answer opportunity for our entire audience, it is not logistically practical with hundreds of participants waiting in queue. For this reason we are limiting participation in the Question and Answer session to subscribers of the Cuba Business Roundtable executive service.


CUBA BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE (CBR)

Memberships:

Individual Membership: $120
A one year subscription to Cuba Business Roundtable, quarterly conference calls, as well as a subscription to Cuban Affairs electronic journal and to Cuba Situation Update (CSU)

Individual Executive Membership: $1,200
A one year subscription to CBR, Executive Conference Calls interactive Question and Answer session, as well as a subscription to Cuban Affairs electronic journal, and to Cuba Situation Update (CSU)

Corporate Executive Membership: $10,000
A one year subscription for up to ten participants to the CBR, Cuba Conference Calls; (CCC) interactive Question and Answer session, as well as a subscription to Cuban Affairs electronic journal, and to Cuba Situation Update (CSU)

Corporate Executive Members will also have individual access to ICCAS experts.

Following the Cuba Conference Call presentations, subscribers to the Cuba Business Roundtable executive service will have a private open line to question the presenters or to seek additional information on topics of particular interest to their organizations.

CBR memberships also includes a subscription to Cuban Affairs: a quarterly electronic journal published by the Institute for Cuban and Cuban American Studies (ICCAS) at the University of Miami.