Monday, June 15, 2015

The "New Cuba" Conference, Wednesday, June 17, 2015 - High Line, NYC!


THE NEW CUBA CONFERENCE HOSTS ITS FIRST GATHERING ON JUNE 17, 2015 AT THE STANDARD, HIGH LINE NYC, PRESENTED BY SUGAR BARONS AND STANDARD TALKS.


On December 17, 2014, The United States and Cuba forever changed as the world witnessed each president speak to their own country on national television announcing a shared desire for restored relations. The symbolic day marked a milestone for Cuba/US relations after half a century of icy relations. What does this mean for our creative communities who have been mostly forbidden to co-create together for 55 years? The first assembly of "The New Cuba" brain trust will be a conference that takes place on June 17, 2015 in New York City at The Standard, High Line.

The future of Cuba is here, and the gathering will discuss how Americans can help create a thoughtful transition under Obama’s new regulations. Panelists will speak on the merits of what this means within their respective industry as well as how to create more cultural exchanges - all within the legal parameters that surround the new landscape.

The intent is to share stories and empower Cuban civil society to maintain its integrity, while educating American businesses on the philosophical and business challenges of working within Cuba’s structure. The goal is to remain forward thinking and altruistic in this new era of reconciliation.

June 17, 2015
9:30 - 5:30 pm
The Standard High Line
High Line Room
848 Washington St, New York

Agenda is here.
Speaker bios here.

WHO IS INVITED 
This conference is designed for early adopters who would like to be one step ahead of the curve as the United States eases the Trade Embargo with Cuba. Attendees will be decision-makers in the creative field that have the desire to fund and foster Cuba’s creative talent. Attendees also wish to gain a better understanding of the nations cultural climate during this momentous shift in relations. 

Entrepreneurs | Art Collectors | Brand Directors | Company Owners | Gallerists | Curators | Record Labels | Musicians | Music Producers | Event Producers | Film Studios | Film Producers | Filmmakers | Investors | Journalists | Cuban-Philes | Cubanólogos | Cubanistas | Cuentapropistas | & even Comunistas!

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