We organise high level trade and investment missions to the Caribbean, Central America and Cuba
We have a successful history of organising high level trade and investment missions to countries in the Caribbean and Central America.
Previous trade missions:
A 45 member delegation from the United Kingdom visited Cuba from 27-30 April led by the Chairman of the UK Cuba Initiative, Rt Hon. Lord Hutton of Furness, marking the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Cuba Initiative. The visit was announced last November by the British Minister of State, Rt Hon Hugo Swire MP. Interests among the delegation span a wide range…Read more >
The Central American Business Council, in collaboration with the British Embassies in El Salvador and Panama, organised a retail trade mission to Panama City and San Salvador which took place on Tuesday 25-Friday 28 March 2014. Companies in the fashion, food and beverage, homeware and cosmetics sectors and the wider retail industry participated. This retail mission offered delegates a bespoke…Read more >
The Central American Business Council organised in association with the British Embassies in El Salvador and Guatemala a clean energy sector trade mission to El Salvador and Guatemala to offer UK companies the chance to explore the many opportunities in clean energy in these important Central American markets. The mission provided companies with meetings and networking opportunities with key government decision makers…Read more >
In partnership with the Embassies of Guatemala and Nicaragua in London and British Embassies in the region, the Central American Business Council organised an investment and trade mission to Guatemala and Nicaragua in March 2013 for senior representatives of UK companies that wanted to explore opportunities in the following sectors: Energy: electricity generation and distribution; oil and gas exploration and production; renewable energy…Read more >