Working on behalf of U.S. business to protect the current trade and to expand
and increase the potential for future business between the United States and Cuba.


   

 

 

MISSION

The U.S.-Cuba Trade Association, based in Washington, D.C. works on behalf of its U.S. business members to protect the current trade and to expand and increase the potential for future business between the United States and Cuba.

The Association:

Provides the U.S. business community with reliable and accurate information on all issues surrounding trade and business between the United States and Cuba.

Promotes the full normalization of commercial relations between the United States and Cuba; and

Helps U.S. companies understand and know how to undertake business in Cuba;

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

The U.S.-Cuba Trade Association (USCTA) has worked with some of the most influential and important business organizations to promote trade with Cuba. These have included major agricultural companies and associations on issues regarding the sale of agricultural products to Cuba; the major travel sector associations in efforts to lift all restrictions for all Americans to travel to Cuba; and other groups which work for full normalization of trade with Cuba.

ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP

President
Kirby Jones, President of Alamar Associates, is President of the U.S.-Cuba Trade Association. Kirby has been traveling to Cuba since 1974 when as a CBS Special Correspondent he interviewed Fidel Castro for CBS Reports. Called by the New York Times as “the man to see about doing business with Cuba,” Kirby has arranged visits to Cuba for more than 500 U.S. companies and currently heads his own consulting firm providing market entry and assistance to firms which want to undertake trade with or business development in Cuba. He also worked as Chief of Corporate Communications of the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank for ten years and was Managing Director of the Government and Emerging Markets Practice of Burson-Marsteller, the world's largest public relations firm.

     
 
     
   
     

U.S. Cuba Trade Association 2300 M Street NW Suite 800 Washington, DC 20037
info@uscuba.org t: 202-530-5236 f: 202-293-3083