After our most recent announcement that Roberta S. Jacobson, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State will be delivering a keynote address at The Cuba Opportunity Summit on April 1st, our few remaining available tickets quickly sold out however, we keep receiving registration requests and are working with the Nasdaq to increase capacity.
We therefore invite you to join the waitlist if you are still keen to attend.
While your registration cannot be guaranteed, if you are interested in securing a ticket, please email Chipo Siantumbu, Operations Manager at email@example.com and we will place you on the wait list and contact you should additional registration passes become available.
As originally reported on January 14, 2015 by Knowledge@Wharton, for some five decades, economic relations between the U.S. and Cuba were ossified in policies born during the Cold War. On December 17 last year, President Barack Obama took a major step towards thawing this freeze when he announced that the U.S. and Cuba would work towards re-establishing diplomatic relations and potentially lift the economic embargo between the two countries.
What will this historic change mean for economic relations between the U.S. and Cuba? What opportunities — and risks — should American companies consider as they explore the business potential of one of the largest markets in the Caribbean?
In order to answer these questions, Knowledge@Wharton in partnership with The Lauder Institute and Momentum will bring together the leading business, political, policy and legal experts who have real-world experience with the Cuban economy and government with renown thought leaders from the world’s leading business school, Wharton at the Cuba Opportunity Summit on April 1.
Key themes to be addressed can be found by reviewing the most current version of the agenda by clicking here.