5 Rules For Doing Business in Cuba

Inc Startups

5 rules you should know before doing business in Cuba.

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Should US Entrepreneurs Make Their Way to Cuba?

Inc Startups

Reasons why US entrepreneurs should invest in cuba. Startup

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Lessons and Impressions from Cuba

Ben Casnocha: The Blog

Within a year, there’ll be commercial flights to Cuba from the United States. While great for the people of Cuba — always the most important consideration when contemplating the effects of globalization — it will make it a less interesting place to visit as a tourist.

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Inc Travel Tips for Cuba, The Repeat Trip

Inc Startups

Tips for how to enjoy Cuba as a repeat traveler rather than a first time tourist. Best-Kept Travel Secrets

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Secrets of the Inspired Traveler: Cuba

Inc Startups

Cuba is awesome and well worth visiting despite the recent rollback in ease of travel to the island. Secrets of the Inspired Traveler

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The Ultimate Long Game: Entrepreneurs Are Betting Big on Cuba

Inc Startups

90 miles south of Key West sits a socialist country forbidden from doing business with the U.S. for 57 years. Now it's on the brink of being opened to American entrepreneurs. Meet the ones hoping to cash in first

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Why U.S. Entrepreneurs Are Betting on Cuba Despite the Risks

Inc Startups

This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about how U.S. entrepreneurs are trying to break into the Cuban market and how Google, JetBlue, and HuffPo have all adopted napping as a productivity tool

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Here's What It Looks Like to Do Business in Cuba

Inc Startups

In this small island, entrepreneurship takes on many forms. Here's a quick tour

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Chamber of Commerce Starts Group to Boost Cuba Business Opportunities

Inc Startups

and Cuba The council will work with Congress and the public and private sectors to support business ties between the U.S.

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What the New Cuba Developments Means for Entrepreneurs

Inc Startups

Author of ''The Creator''s Code'' Amy Wilkinson, explains that trade agreements and new opportunities with Cuba will take time

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Google Signs Deal With Cuba for Faster Data Access

Inc Startups

The Cuban government will allow the tech giant to set up servers on the island

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U.S. Companies Find Obstacles in Cuba Despite Obama Opening

Inc Startups

Even after Obama's recent efforts to reopen economic relationships with the island-nation, American companies see a grim outlook for business

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5 Decades Later, US-Cuba Diplomatic Ties Restored

Inc Startups

The United States and Cuba restored full diplomatic relations Monday after more than five decades of frosty relations rooted in the Cold War

The Interview, Censorship, Terrorism, Dr. Evil, and Lots of Other Stuff

Feld Thoughts

He’s decided that the North Korea hack on Sony Pictures was not an act of war but is now trying to decide if it’s terrorism so he can put North Korea on the terrorism sponsors list to join Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria.

10 U.S. Companies Setting up Shop in Cuba ASAP

Inc Startups

From hotel rooms to wireless service, multiple business revolutions are on the horizon in Havana

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How to Do Business in Cuba Before Your Competitors Get There

Inc Startups

The island nation is just under 100 miles from the U.S., but it's a world away

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5 Leadership Lessons From the Cuba Negotiations

Inc Startups

What leaders can learn from President Obama about successful backstage engagement

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10 Companies That Are Already Doing Business in Cuba

Inc Startups

As the U.S. explores new ways it can work with the island nation, here are the companies establishing an early presence there

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5 American Companies Already Doing Business in Cuba

Inc Startups

Despite the trade and financial restrictions still in place, these companies are already betting big on the tiny island nation

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As Irma spins, Cuba evacuates, Floridians empty stores

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

CAIBARIEN, Cuba (AP) — Cuba evacuated tourists from beachside resorts and Floridians emptied stores of plywood and bottled water after Hurricane Irma left at least 16 people dead and thousands homeless on a devastated string of Caribbean islands and spun

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American Airlines applies to start nonstop Charlotte – Cuba flights

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

government look to re-establish ties with Cuba American Airlines applied Wednesday for permission to fly nonstop from Charlotte to Havana, in a landmark move as U.S. air carriers and the U.S.

WHAT'S HAPPENING: Irma lashes Cuba, barrels toward Florida

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

MIAMI (AP) — Powerful Hurricane Irma hammered Cuba with punishing winds and rain Saturday before ominously churning toward Florida, where massive evacuations were underway.

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Obama Calls Cuba Open for Business, But Not Everyone's Happy About It

Inc Startups

For Cuban-American Entrepreneurs, the president''s executive order stirs old resentments. But others are hopeful

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How Stripe Plans to Help Cubans Start U.S. Businesses

Inc Startups

As President Obama loosens economic restrictions on Cuba, Stripe CEO Patrick Collison sees an opportunity to expand Stripe's global reach

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Despite embargo, NC trades with Cuba

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

AP) — Despite the ongoing trade embargo with Cuba, North Carolina exports millions worth of agricultural products to the Caribbean nation each year RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)

Cuba confirms defection of 2 baseball players during US trip

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

HAVANA (AP) — Cuba is confirming that two baseball players have defected while in the United States for a series of friendly games against U.S. collegians

The Latest: Irma rakes Cuba as Category 5 hurricane

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

JOHN'S, Antigua (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Irma (all times local

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Cuba advances with 1-0 Gold Cup win over Guatemala

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

AP) — Maikel Reyes scored on a header in the 73rd minute to lift Cuba to a 1-0 win over Guatemala on Wednesday night in the CONCAF Gold Cup CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP)

Viva La Revolucion! Why Cuba Is Truly a Country of Entrepreneurs

Inc Startups

Cuba may have a new revolution -- an entrepreneurial one

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The Latest: Major hurricane a threat to Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

Charlotte among cities given tentative OK for flights to Cuba

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

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How Much Can We Expect Cuban Tourism to Surge?

Inc Startups

Americans are already hitting the streets in Cuba, but only certain types of tourism are permitted

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Irma lost some oomph over Cuba before its assault on Florida

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

Before crashing into Florida, Hurricane Irma set all sorts of records for brute strength as it flattened Caribbean islands and swamped the Florida Keys. Irma's assault — so soon after Harvey's deluge of Houston — marked the first time the

Tillis displeased with US-Cuba announcement

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) AP) — North Carolina''s next U.S. senator says President Barack Obama''s decision to make sweeping changes now to American and Cuban relations is a bad idea and should have come only afte

Cuban Cigars Can Now Come to U.S.--Will Anyone Care?

Inc Startups

While Cuba was cut off from the U.S. for the past 54 years, other countries like the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua have stepped up to serve a $13 billion premium cigar market. Can Cuban cigars return to dominance when the embargo thaws

Ryder and Diaz Foods: Fueling a Family's Business Journey

Inc Startups

The Diaz family has made a habit of covering long distances, starting in 1967 with their move from Cuba to Atlanta. That journey--along with a lot of hard work--paid off in 1970, when Rene

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Ryder and Diaz Foods

Inc Startups

The Diaz family has made a habit of covering long distances, starting in 1967 with their move from Cuba to Atlanta. Forty-five years later, the family business has grown and evolved into a highly specialized supplier of imported specialty foods--with the help of Ryder

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WHAT'S HAPPENING: Irma unleashes fury on Caribbean, eyes US

Winston-Salem Journal State/Region News

MIAMI (AP) — Hurricane Irma shook homes and flooded buildings in small Caribbean islands as it marched toward Cuba and perhaps the U.S.

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Travels in 2015

Ben Casnocha: The Blog

I ended 2015 — and rang in New Year’s 2016 just a few weeks ago — in Havana, Cuba. San Francisco is an amazing place to live in.

From Communal to Individual. From Future to Present.

Ben Casnocha: The Blog

–we are apt to look back on our pasts and question not did I serve family, God, and country, but did I ever get to Cuba, or run a marathon? Two paragraphs that I think capture the current milieu quite nicely, by Lionel Shriver in the book of essays Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed.

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