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U.S. Agriculture Conference


U.S. - Cuba Agriculture Business Conference
May 12-16, 2024
Havana, Cuba

The United States Agriculture Coalition for Cuba's annual high-level business conference is not to be missed. If you want to find new trade opportunities, this is your chance. Trade is increasing as Cuba's private sector expands. Meet the policy makers from the ministries that impact agriculture production and trade. Exchange business contacts with the private sector, producers, buyers, and processors. Learn about recent policy changes affecting agriculture trade, investment, and production.


  • Meet contacts in Cuban ministries, enterprises, and farm cooperatives that are key to doing business in Cuba's agriculture sector

  • Enjoy a field visit to see farms, cooperatives, and food industry facilities

  • Learn about the state of Cuban agriculture and the government's policies geared toward boosting output, and attracting foreign direct investment

  • Learn about specific investment opportunities

  • Engage with policy makers to understand the current political relations between both countries

  • Understand current U.S. policies on agriculture exports, the possibilities for importing Cuban products, and investing in Cuban production

  • Dine at private restaurants and see other aspects of the tourism economy

  • B2B roundtable discussion with private and public sector buyers, producers, and logistics companies

  • Learn from current exporters and investors in Cuba today

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Basic Itinerary


Day 2 - Welcome remarks & presentation Ministry of Agriculture. Presentation: Doing Business in Cuba. Lunch at private restaurant.
Meeting with Ministry of Foreign Commerce & Investment.
Guided tour Old Havana.
Dinner at private restaurant.


Day 3 - Visit to private farms, discussion with farmers, local officials, and cooperative leaders. Lunch at the farm. Meeting with national farm and food logistics company. Dinner private restaurant.

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Day 4 - Meeting with Ministry of Foreign Relations-Discussion on the bilateral U.S./Cuba relations. B2B roundtable discussion with buyers, and purchasing agencies.
U.S. Embassy meeting to discuss bilateral relations. Dinner private restaurant and closing remarks.


2024 Rates

  • US$3,495/person - single occupancy
  • US$3,195/person - double occupancy
  • US$2,995/person - 5 participants/single occupancy


  • Our services in planning, arranging, and carrying out the agenda
  • Accompanying the group, each of our tours is led by our company's principals, who each have more than 25 years experience in Cuba and knowledge of the country's culture, politics, history, and economy.
  • Full compliance with U.S. and Cuba regulations
  • Cuban commercial visa
  • Four nights at a lawfully permitted Hotel
  • Local transportation and driver for all program activities
  • Dedicated Cuban guide, fully bilingual
  • Conference room and coffee breaks
  • Cost of all activities on the group schedule: day trips, visits, tours, admission fees
  • B2B roundtable discussion, conference room, translators
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinners; all at Havana's top private restaurants
  • Welcome cocktail reception at private house


  • Airfare/baggage fees
  • Airport transfer to hotel

Day 1 - Hotel Check-in followed by a welcome cocktail reception with invited Cuban guests. Dinner at private restaurant.

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