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Doing Business With Cuba

Class/Workshop, Business

Doing Business With Cuba  June 27, 2017 | 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Learn From the Experts How to Navigate the Process  In 2015, the U.S. shipped $180.2 million worth of goods to Cuba; in 2016, U.S. exports totaled $247 million, and in the first quarter of 2017, the U.S. shipped goods totaling $64.7 million. The greatest interest to Florida's custom brokers, transportation and logistics professionals is to become part of this growing opportunity. Important:  When registering, put "Doral Chamber of Commerce" under "Organization" and choose "FCBF Member - $25.00" under "Event Registrations"  Confirmed speakers Include: * Robert Barceló - Port Everglades, Senior Manager of Business Development. * Rolando Anillo - Lawyer and co-author of a book on US-Cuba laws and regulations. * Jose R. Cot - Director in the New Orleans law firm of Hurley & Cot, specializing in maritime litigation and insurance coverage disputes. * Ernesto Vila - President, Double Ace Cargo. BIS issued its 2nd license to DAC to transport parcels to Cuba. Sign-in with continental breakfast and meet & greet begins at 8 am Location Keiser University Miami Campus 2101 NW 117 Ave Miami, FL 33172 Register now: http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/doing-business-with-cuba/

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• Tue 6/27/17 at 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM