Inside the new Cuba: Business and cultural familiarization tour for U.S. companies

Teaneck, N.J. (January 20, 2016) — Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Global Enterprise Network will be offering an excursion to Cuba from May 20-27, 2016. This unique opportunity to explore Cuban business, economics, law, and entrepreneurship will be led by FDU’s professor and former Bergen County executive William “Pat” Schuber.

Designed for community and business leaders, the program will provide participants with superior insight into and understanding of Cuba at this pivotal moment in the evolution of relations between the United States and Cuba.

The program includes cultural activities, such as visits to the legendary Tropicana nightclub, the Havana Club Museum of Rum, a cigar factory, a classic car repair shop, and Ernest Hemingway’s house.

Cost starts at $3,395 per person, including full ground package, tours, admissions, local guide, hotel, and most meals. The price does not include airfare, tips, visa, or incidentals.

FDU’s Global Enterprise Network is partnering with Marazul Charters, Inc., the industry leader in professional, educational, and cultural travel to Cuba, in offering this exclusive program.

For more information or to request an application, contact Sarah Horn, assistant director for FDU Global Enterprise Network, at or 201-692-7360.

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