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.
Opening doors in Washington for Haitian entrepreneurs. From the State Department to the Hill, the dynamic businesswomen and -men of the Thirty-Fourth Business Delegation focus attention on bankable projects in Haiti