Washington, D.C. — The most recent update of regulations governing U.S.-Cuba relations was officially issued on September 21, 2015, and provides new guidance on business and travel between the two countries. As has happened every time there are changes, the Caribbean Basin has just grown a little bigger.
Caribbean-Central American Action’s 39th Annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central America will be bringing its signature focus on the region to the broader discussion on the evolution of U.S.-Cuba relations. This will take place from November 15-17, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, in Miami, Florida.
Our speakers, who represent some of the best and brightest from the worlds of government, business, and academia, will bring their insights to 2 days of policy discussions, business roundtables, and issue-oriented workshops, which will provide our world-class audience with the most up-to-date information and interactive debate on this rapidly-evolving issue.
CCAA invites you to be a part of the discussion. Whether you are trying to stay current with the regulations, understand the broader foreign policy implications, or examine the future of regional integration and collaboration, this event will bring all of these issues to the table. And if you are interested in getting an insider’s understanding of the Cuban business and investment outlook, this will be the event that addresses not only the changing face of business in Cuba, but also how Cuba could change the business and investment outlook throughout the Caribbean and Central America.
*** Special note ***: CCAA’s room block at the host hotel is now full on the final night of the Conference (November 17), and a limited number of rooms are still available through the 18th at the discounted business plan rate ($189). Rooms are still available at CCAA’s group rate of $169 per night for stays between November 11-17th. To access the reservations portal, please click here or contact CCAA at email@example.com for more information.
There are a number of large events in the downtown Miami area during the week of this yea’rs Conference. If you have not made your lodging arrangements yet, CCAA encourages you to do so as soon as possible.
Registration is open for CCAA39. To register, or for further information, please click here or visit www.c-caa.org/ccaa39. Discounts are available for groups, government/NGO’s and academia, and collaborating organizations.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. If you would like to discuss sponsorship, please contact Gwendolyn Siegel at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 464-2031.
To download the latest outline agenda, please click here. More details on the sessions, including speakers and collateral events will be shared in the coming weeks.