You want to develop business with Cuba? You want to know more about the conditions and rules for investing in Cuba?

If you have a product or service that you feel is adapted to the needs of the Cuban economy, please contact us if you would like to learn more about our support services.

Our services

Accompaniment and advice
How to prepare?
How to assess market potential?
What documents should be presented at the various stages?
What channels and procedures should be used?
Trade Mission
Prepare a programme of adapted meetings
Identify key contacts and potential customers
Accompany you in obtaining visas and other authorisations
Initiating and maintaining business contact
Translation of websites and documents
Translation of marketing material
Adaptation to the Cuban business culture
Translation and certification of official documents
Translation of contracts and communications

Ariolix Conseil accompanies you in your steps, from the main idea to the signing of the contract and even afterwards if necessary.
The knowledge and expertise of the Cuban market and its business rules, makes Ariolix the ideal partner in your decision to invest in your Cuban project.
Here are the 5 things to know before starting a business in Cuba :

Business in Cuba follows strict and clearly established rules.
It is important to follow the steps to successfully start a business.
It is not useful to create a company in Cuba to do business there.
Payment terms can vary from 90 days to more than 360 days, you must plan your financing accordingly.
There are various ways to finance your business in Cuba.

  • Business in Cuba follows strict and clearly established rules.
  • It is important to follow the steps to successfully start a business.
  • It is not useful to create a company in Cuba to do business there.
  • Payment terms can vary from 90 days to more than 360 days, you must plan your financing accordingly.
  • There are various ways to finance your business in Cuba.

Steps to develop your business in Cuba

Confirm market interest
Building lasting relationships
Register as a supplier
Negotiating contracts
Organising funding and credit lines

Some examples of trade missions

Contact us today

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