Glass is certain to be at the forefront of Cuba’s development – just think how many square meters of glass will go into modernizing and expanding tourist facilities, shops and offices, private and public housing.
According to a recent survey, pharmaceuticals and the supply chain for alcoholic and soft drinks are amongst the most promising sectors. Cuba Glass offers exciting opportunities for investors and developers to network and meet the very people who need to renew and modernize.
Much of the country’s machinery and technology is obsolete and requires complete renovation or replacement. According to IMF estimates, the island has incredible potential: it is now moving towards new investments involving foreign capital and will soon start producing goods locally.
Cuba glass is a real opportunity explore this great potential for business. The event includes:
-Visits to local glassworks
-Workshops and presentations
-Visitor data available to all participating companies
-Dedicated meeting rooms
Cuba has more than 11 million inhabitants and sees and influx of over 3 million tourists a year while its economy is the second largest among Caribbean countries, registering 3% GDP growth in 2014.
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