Fair in Cuba opens registration for AM entrepreneurs exhibiting their productsThe International Center of Amazonas Business linked to Fieam is supporting the event with the organization of the Prospective Mission to Cuba.
The International Fair of Havana (FIHAV) It is open for entries for entrepreneurs who wish to exhibit their products at the event which takes place in the period 30 of the October 5 from November. The International Center of Amazonas Business (CIN-AM) linked to the Federation of Industries of the State of Amazonas (Fieam) It is supporting the event with the organization of the Prospective Mission to Cuba.
Entrepreneurs can perform registration at the address (CLICK HERE). Among the sectors promoted at the fair, multisectoral character, stand out: Food and Beverages, cosmetics, footwear, Articles of Clothing, Machines and equipment (agricultural equipment), Auto parts and electrical materials.
O gerente do CIN-AM, Marcelo Lima, highlights the importance of the Amazon business people attend the event, What is more consolidated in the world. "The Amazons business owners need to be aware of another opportunity to internationalization. no event, they can prospect more business chances, conduct business contacts and insert products manufactured in Cuban and Caribbean market ", He stressed.
The purpose of the mission is to promote the export of Brazilian products and brands, and allow the business owner to know and prospect on the spot market trends, consumer preferences, opportunities for insertion of Brazilian products, and access to the Cuban market.
The FIHAV is the ideal showcase for companies to display their products and services to the Cuban market and Latin America. It is the meeting point with business partners and the appropriate place to introduce new products.
In 2015, the Gross Domestic Product (START) Cuba grew 4% and experts said it would continue to grow in 2016, although at a lower rate. The forecast is also that Cuba suffers an economic growth 2% this year.
Economic growth around 2% It is expected in the construction sector, hotels and restaurants, farming, livestock, forestry, transport, storage, communications, sugar industry and electricity generation, water and gas. The number of foreign tourists received in the country during the last year was 3,5 millions, the highest recorded in the history of the country.