U.S. begins easing Cuban embargo – what does it mean for ecommerce industry?

In Delivery, Marketing and Sales, Regional by Freya Smale

On Dec. 17, 2014, President Obama announced the United States will re-establish normal diplomatic relations with Cuba and that certain economic sanctions will be eased. Notwithstanding the media frenzy implying that the embargo has been lifted, it is much more likely the easing will take place in measured steps.

At Home Delivery World 2016, which is co-located with the Ecommerce Show USA and Retail Technology Show USA, we will be sitting down with Ronald A. Oleynik of Holland & Knight to go over what this means now for the delivery and borderless commerce space, and what it will mean going forward.

To preview the session, Holland & Knight have shared this whitepaper, which goes over several questions surrounding this new change in policy. Some of them are:

  • When do the relaxations take effect?
  • What changes are likely to take place?
  • What is the timetable for further relaxation?
  • What does establishment of formal diplomatic relations mean?
  • What sanctions will remain in place?

Download the whitepaper now for more

Want to continue the conversation? Come see Ronald at Home Delivery World 2016 when you book your full conference pass at terrapinn.com/homedelivery. Enhance your ecommerce and delivery game at the same event.