Opening doors in Washington to Haiti’s entrepreneurs. The high Heineken official who conceived of their historic $100-million investment leads our Thirty-eighth Business Delegation
Opening doors in Washington to Haitian entrepreneurs. Members of the Thirty-seventh business delegation explain to U.S. policy-makers the narrow path left open to enterprises in Haiti
By Amb. Ernest H. Preeg, chairman of the Haiti Democracy Project, in the Wall Street Journal. Haiti has a low-cost, hard-working labor force, and investors have risen to the opportunity. A letter inspired by the superb investors of the thirty-fifth and previous business delegations
M. Charles est le premier Haïtien-Américain à recevoir ce prix
“This is a moment of pride that we can celebrate with the whole country. We’re
starting to see the results of our investments.” –Heineken-Haiti CEO José Matthijsse
Honoree is Haitian-Canadian Katleen Félix from Montreal, member of our Thirty-fourth Business Delegation during February 24-26. She also heads the Haitian Hometown Association Resource Group and the Haitian Diaspora Federation.