Young Cubans are learning tricks of the bartending trade through an immersive course.
Despite many limitations, Cuba’s entrepreneurs are developing a middle class.
Cuban entrepreneurs have benefitted from increased U.S. travel to Cuba, argues Cuba Educational Travel President Collin Laverty.
Trump’s Cuba policy directive leaves U.S. companies with reason to pause.
With U.S. cruise lines expanding their itineraries to Cuba, the need for re-supply presents opportunities for land-based companies.
With the advent of a private sector in Cuba, internal tourism has soared in the past decade.
Different polls—and different headlines—suggest that interest in Cuba as a tourism destination is waning. Far from it, says the Boston Consulting Group.
The recent SAHIC conference was a who’s who of U.S. hoteliers looking for opportunities in Cuba. Will business follow?