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  • The next competitor for A...
    A new and promising company is emerging out of Haiti ready to win the Caribbean and international markets with its ... Android tablets! Based in the Sonapi Industrial Park in Port-au-Prince, Surtab has started producing tablets just two months ago and ...
  • Conquering the world usin...
    Initiated by a hair catastrophe and inspired by Haitian traditions, Yve Car Momperousse and her team believe that they can share with the World the old Haitian remedies such as The Palma Christi: Haitian Black Castor Oil™.
  • Mont Joli Hotel professio...
    Situated in Cap-Haitien with a beautiful view over the ocean, in the proximity of world-famous historical monuments Citadelle Laferriere and Palais Sans-Souci, Mont Joli Hotel, a business with traditions, does not settle; instead, it keeps innovating a...

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  • Demand for Haitian Crafts...
    Once part of a thriving industry, Haiti's crafts companies have been losing a lot of ground on the international market in the last two decades. The main reasons were Haiti's political and social instability, and the increased dominance of Asian produc...
  • Interview on the latest b...
    Haitian Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1895, currently has over 1200 members and continues to be one of the leading organizations in Haiti to advance Haitian businesses. In an interview with Mr. Hervé Denis, President of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce a...  more
  • Conquering the world usin...
    Initiated by a hair catastrophe and inspired by Haitian traditions, Yve Car Momperousse and her team believe that they can share with the World the old Haitian remedies such as The Palma Christi: Haitian Black Castor Oil™.

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  • Interview on the latest b...
    Haitian Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1895, currently has over 1200 members and continues to be one of the leading organizations in Haiti to advance Haitian businesses. In an interview with Mr. Hervé Denis, President of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce a...  more
  • Conquering the world usin...
    Initiated by a hair catastrophe and inspired by Haitian traditions, Yve Car Momperousse and her team believe that they can share with the World the old Haitian remedies such as The Palma Christi: Haitian Black Castor Oil™.
  • As an entrepreneur a lot ...
    Herve Jolicoeur had a successful career as a financial consultant and trainer with Bank of America, and was also teaching finance and economy classes at two universities when he decided to switch and start his own business.
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Small Business Articles

  • Breaking the Cycle of Dependency through the Use of Remittances for Investments

    Last year, Haitians living abroad sent over two billion dollars to Haiti, according to the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) study. For Haitians in the Diaspora this is a way to support their families and connect. Most transfers come from the US, Cana...
  • Canadian construction company has big plans for Haiti

    It's been over two years since the devastating earthquake. As Haiti struggles to rebuild, a number of companies are seizing the opportunities that the country presents.
    Canada based and well-known construction and engineering companies Williams Engine...
  • Tosheka Designs transforms Trash into Treasure

    In countries like Haiti and Kenya where short and long term employment solutions are desperately needed, Tosheka Designs has developed a way to change the lives of people from low income communities in a matter of months and engage the entire country i...
  • The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

    Published in the Harvard Business Review. Reprinted with Permission from Greg McKeown.
     
    Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful? One important explanation is due to ...
  • A company that doesn't focus on customer service is doing itself a disservice

    An interview with Stephane Paul, Customer Service and Staffing Specialist.
    How would you define customer service?
    Customer service is the golden rule, treating the customer the way you want to be treated. When I think about companies that I love th...
  • Three Women from the Diaspora Opened the First Salad Bar in Haiti

    Many Haitians living abroad are thinking of opening a business in Haiti. Some of them are doubtful and think they cannot afford it, or are afraid it would be too difficult; others just do it.
    Three women from the Diaspora, Carine Jocelyn, Geraldine Su...
  • 4 Business Tips from Dr. Jean Orelien, Founder and CEO of SciMetrika

    Dr. Jean Orelien was named one of the Top 10 Black Entrepreneurs in 2010 and 2011 by Inc. Magazine. His company, SciMetrika, is in the top Inc. 500's fastest growing private companies in the US for the same two consecutive years. SciMetrika is a public...
  • Bringing the Haitian and Caribbean Cuisine to the Mainstream. Mission Impossible?

    In the American and international markets, we all hear about and consume Chinese food, American fast food, Thai, French food, etc. The very diverse Caribbean cuisine products don't seem to be among the most popular ones on the supermarket shelves, nor amo...  more
  • "I measure success by the number of clients we've helped"

    Born in Haiti, now living in the US, Jean Orelien was named one of the Top 10 Black Entrepreneurs in 2010 and 2011. His company, SciMetrika, is in the top Inc. 500's fastest growing private companies in the US for the same two consecutive years, according...  more
  • Managing "Haiti" from Abroad

    In the last few years, young members of the Haitian Diaspora have been expressing in numerous ways their desire to help Haiti, or to reconnect with their home country. Many have chosen to visit it more often and to literally study their country, others...