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Official Expo Guide

Washington, DC Edition

HRA 2014 - 5th Annual Business Investment Expo & Conference - January 17-18, 2014

Friday, June 6 - Saturday, June 7, 2014 Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, D.C. 20001 For more information visit HRAEXPO Information booth

Karibe Hotel & Convention Center, PĂŠtionVille, Haiti Connecting you to opportunities

Official expo guide


Welcome

About HRA Board Members: Dear Participants: Welcome to the HRA 2014 Business Investment Expo & Conference! The Haiti Renewal Alliance (HRA) and its partners: Embassy of Haiti, (Washington DC) Center for Facilitation of Investment in Haiti (CFI), Governor’s Commission on Caribbean Affairs (Maryland), American Chambers of Commerce in Haiti (AmCham-Haiti), The New York Consulate of Haiti, the Haitian Round Table, and Ayiti Demain Organization (ADO), welcome you to the Haiti edition of the 2014 HRA Business Investment Expo & Conference. For the past four years, HRA has been at the forefront of promoting “Haiti is Open for Business” in the Diaspora. After four successful conventions in the United States, HRA has chosen Pétionville, Haiti as its first international convention. Our team is proud to launch Haiti’s first Diaspora-led Business Investment Exposition designed to engage entrepreneurs and investors to connecting them to opportunities in Haiti. The HRA Expo is designed with you in mind. HRA is hosting over 50 speakers and over 60 exhibitors from at least 5 nations from around the world. HRA is showcasing a wide selection of products and services from a diverse range of sectors including construction, energy, agriculture, IT, telecommunications, financials and much more. HRA has prepared a very robust and informative program. HRA encourages you to take advantage of your time here, make it productive, network, and create partnerships that will make us a stronger community. HRA staff stands ready to serve you. Should you need any assistance, stop by the information table in the lobby or see any member of our staff. th

As we celebrate our 210 independence, let us embrace this new realm of possibility to transform our great nation from an aid dependent state into the historic beacon of hope and freedom she once represented to the world.

Firmin Backer, Chairman Dr. Magalie Emile-Backer, Member Nathalie Liautaud, Member Dr. Yves Rene Jennings, Member Dr. Joseph Baptiste, Member Dr. Kit Miyamoto, Member Gilbert Hippolyte, Member Fritz Clairvil, Member Christine Herridge, Member HRA TEAM Firmin Backer, President Dr. Magalie Emile-Backer, VP Program Development & Expo Director Martine Charles, Chief Financial Officer Dr. Marlene St. Phard-Shaw, Director of Communication Veronique Pluviose, Legal Advisor Ludvic Paillere, Director of Sales & Marketing Fedrique Pierre, Country Director Nickson St. Hillaire, Director of Operations Robert Pursley, Director of Human Resources Nadelyn Backer, Project Manager Sarah Williamson, Project Manager Blondine Alexandre, Project Manager Ingride Seraphin, Executive Assistant

The Haiti Renewal Alliance (HRA) is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC. Its vision is to see a Haiti connected to the Global Market Place as a self-sustained economy. Through collaboration and partnerships, HRA will advance the capacity of Haiti by promoting investment, business development, and economic growth. The Business Investment Expo & Conference is an HRA signature event that convenes industries, multiple stakeholders, the private sector, government, civil society, and the Diaspora. This exposition helps to identify opportunities and provide a venue for engagement and partnership for investment. Through its network, HRA leverages Diaspora resources to connect business developers with potential investors; promotes collaborative and transparent information sharing platforms ; and brokers deals between Diaspora entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. Recently, HRA launched the Alliance Institute for Business Innovation which incubates and develops ideas into businesses; build the capacity of Haitian SMEs by providing training, mentorship and knowledge sharing. HRA promotes: 

Critical thinking and targeted results

Idea exchanges and independent thinking

Creativity and innovation

Excellence in all aspects and at all levels

Collaboration and shared responsibility

Sustainable, strategic social change for economic empowerment

Thank you for being an inspiration and taking this journey with HRA! Contact information: Firmin Backer President, Haiti Renewal Alliance

HRA-US PO Box 7621 Washington, DC 20004 magalie.emile@gmail.com 202-379-4732 HRA-Haiti Fédrique Pierre fedriquep@hraexpo.org Fedrique.pierre@gmail.com 509-3144-9595

HRA volunteers provide pro bono and in-kind professional consulting services in support of its mission.

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Our Partners

Our Sponsors Dear conference attendee:

Principal Sponsor

The Haitian Diaspora continues to play a significant role in Haiti’s economy by sending about 25% of GDP in remittances every year. This amounts to about $2 billion in capital sent to pay for expenditures such as school, food, telephone, healthcare, rent and more. Though such remittances are important for families in Haiti, the time has come for a more engaged Diaspora with Investments in the country, thereby creating jobs and wealth. In addition, the Diaspora can play another significant with Haiti’s GDP growth through tourism, whether it is adventure focused, history or just sun, sand and beach. The Diaspora can use many organizations based in the US, such as HRA which based in DC, or local Haitian American Chambers of Commerce located in Florida, New York, Georgia, and Massachusetts. Such organizations and associations are “key” in assisting the Diaspora in networking, and hopefully creating companies to invest in the country, rather than a small company headed by 1 investor with limited capital to invest. In Haiti, the Diaspora has access to the American Chamber of Commerce in Haiti as a network, as well as the other local Chambers and Associations. We recommend the Diaspora to organize itself, establish the key contacts with the private sector in the US and Haiti, in order to make more sound investment decisions locally. We look forward to an upswing in Diaspora led investments in Haiti in 2014, especially in the outskirts of the country. Such investments will be a welcome addition following Haiti’s economy rebound with a 4% GDP growth in 2013 according to the CFI and a 25% gain in FDI.

Our Volunteers

The HRA conference is a great Forum for the Diaspora and the local private sector to network, eliminate barriers to invest, and push the country forward.

Philippe Saint-Cyr Executive Director, Amcham Haiti Cleve Mesidor

Albert Decady

Angelo Viard

Yves-Carr Momperrousse

Regine Barjon

Marc St Clair

Paul Gardi Destin

Gary Destin

Reginald Canal

Princesse Backer

Marguerite Pierre

Frannecia Hyppolite

Myriame Guichard

Myrtho Reveil

Nathalie Jean

Pharana Paula Auguste

Ester Marie Raphael

Atalie Emile

Nicolas Emile

Johnnu Mathurin

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Entrepreneur Happy Hour, Coin Nadim, Royal Oasis Hotel, Friday, January 17th 6:00 PM —9:00 PM - Open to Public


Expo Program at a glance

Plenary Session

Thursday, January 16 04:00 PM – 07:00 PM 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM

Exhibitor’s move in Room - Acajou Opening Reception (by invitation only) Room - Cattleya

Friday, January 17

Entrepreneur Happy Hour, Coin Nadim, Royal Oasis Hotel, Friday, January 17th 6:00 PM —9:00 PM - Open to Public

08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Registration Court Yard

08:00 AM - 08:30 AM

Breakfast networking Exhibitor’s Pavilion Room Bamboo

08:30 AM - 09:00 AM

Opening Remarks Exhibitor’s Pavilion Room - Acajou

10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Conference Sessions Room - Cattleya, Ginger

10:00 AM – 04:00 PM

Business Exposition Exhibitor’s Pavilion Room - Acajou

05:30 PM – 07:30 PM

Entrepreneurs Happy Hour Coin Nadim — Royal Oasis

Thursday, January 16, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Opening Reception, Room - Cattleya Firmin Backer, President, HRA Phillipe St.Cyr, Executive Director, AmCham Andy Rene, Director, Center for Facilitation of Investment (CFI)

Friday January 17, 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Opening Remarks, Room - Exhibitor’s Pavilion, Acajou Firmin Backer, President, HRA Angelo Viard, CEO, VCS Mining Marie Erlande Steril, Mayor, North Miami, USA

Key Note Ambassador Pamela White, US Embassy, HAITI

Saturday, January 18 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Registration Court Yard

08:00 AM - 08:30 AM

Breakfast networking Exhibitor’s Pavilion Room - Acajou

08:30 AM - 09:00 AM

Opening Remarks Exhibitor’s Pavilion Room - Bamboo

09:30 AM - 04:00 PM

Conference Sessions Room - Cattleya, Ginger

10:00 AM – 04:00 PM

Business Exposition Exhibitor’s Pavilion Room - Acajou

Saturday, January 18, 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Opening Remarks, Room - Exhibitor’s Pavilion, Acajou Nathalie Liautaud, Pan-American Development Foundation Harold Charles, CEO, CEEPCO Closing Remarks, 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM

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05:30 PM – 07:30 PM

Entrepreneur Happy Hour Coin Nadim — Royal Oasis

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

VIP Reception (by invitation only) Room Cattleya

Fedrique Pierre, Country Director, Haiti Renewal Alliance

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Conference January 17, 18, 10:00 AM—5:00 PMPM Conference Sessions Sessions —Friday, — Saturday, January 9:30 AM—4:00 …

Room/Salle- -Cattleya Cattleya Room/Salle

09:30AM AM– –11:30 11:00AM AM 10:00 Facilitator Facilitator Cleve Mesidor, Yves Carr Momperousse, Economic Development Consultant Kreyol Essence

Room/Salle Room/Salle--Ginger Ginger

Current Trend in Haiti’s Business & Banking The Role of Women in Economic Development Panelists Panelists Legislation In Haitian this session, successful professionals discuss how women have been successful entrepreneurs Jocelem DaniellePrivert, St. Lot, Senateur Ambassador at Large banking and legislation are fuelingdevelopment. business and This and investors fueling economic investment decisions in Haiti. Highlighting key indisession will highlight the role of women in Haiti's Bernard Gousse,BUH Business Reform Commission cators, best practices success stories, the panel Gladys Coupet, development, their and innovation will focus on strategies toThe inform investors on legisand entrepreneurship. panel of dynamic women lation andwill programs to strategies encouragetostartups andwomen Gesly Leveque, Banque Populaire Haitienne leaders focus on empower Phelicia Dell, Veve Collection small businesses. to break out of poverty and spotlight programs that help women entrepreneurs launch and capitalize startups and small businesses, and train the next generation.

11:30PM AM– –2:30 01:00 01:00 PMPM

Agri-Business Investors’ Tank Private Sector Panel: Improving Food Supply Chain Value

Facilitator Facilitator

Inspired by theproduction hit show “Shark this session Agricultural in HaitiTank”, represents 30% of is GDP for entrepreneurs with proposal /projects seek-mostand employs up to 50% of the work force, inglyfunding (viatogrants or investors). dedicated subsistence farming.Entrepreneurs This session is a will pitch their project to venture capitalists and private sector update of agribusiness, Investment investors in order opportunities in to thereceive sectorfunding. includingInvestors solutionswill to judge thechain quality of the project determine likelisupply development andtomanagement of rehood of receiving funding. sources.

Marc St. Clair, Régine Barjon, Haiti Ventures BioTek Solutions

09:30 10:00 AM AM –– 11:00 11:00 AM AM Facilitator Facilitator Natalie Liautaud, Régine Barjon, PADF BioTek Solutions

Innovative Solutions to Food Security Priorities Project Financing Opportunities Ministry of Agriculture Obtaining to capital to grow businesses Nationally,access ~ 3 million Haitians, a third of the is one of the biggest problems faced small, medium population, is estimated to be by food insecure. There enterprises (SME) in Haiti. These businesses aresector are numerous investment opportunities in this drivers of employment and job creation. This session to improve local food production and to reduce the will discuss how to This access capital, existingof the impact of imports. session is aretain govt update cash flow from operations order to investment start, grow and agricultural sector, currentin priorities, expand SMEs. incentives and initiatives to combat Haiti's food security challenges.

Hughes Joseph, Ministry of Commerce Esther Guillaume, Formatel Center

Panelists Panelists ClaudineDorcin, Francois , YUNUSD'etat Social MADNR Business Fresner Secretaire Fritz A Jean, President Chambre de Commerce Charles Clermont , SOFHIDES du Nord Est Fils-Aimé Jempsy, FOMIN/ IADB Mamadou Deme, Haiti Reconstruction Fund, World Bank Jeffrey D. Powell, Maverick Capital

Maguy Durce, Mag Art

Judges Panelists

11:30 PM 01:00 AM PM –- 12:30 2:30 PM

Regine Alexandre, LEAD/PADF David Fairman, Jamaica Boilers

Facilitator Facilitator

Jean Orelien, SciMetrika Gilbert Gonzales, Café Rebo

Albert Decady, Embassy of Mexico Global Investment Group

Charles SOFHIDES Russell Clermont, Burt, RENUFUEL

Special - Commercial The Rolepresentation of the Diaspora in Haiti's Economic Relationship between Haiti and Mexico Development Highlighting best practices and success stories, this This session will explore commercial session will discuss the rolethe of the Diaspora in___ strengthening Haiti's economy. We will examine business development strategies, priorities, and investment opportunities.

Panelists Panelists Harold Charles, ______________ CEEPCO Ambassador, Katlheen Felix, HHTARG / ZAFEN Ron Duprat, International Chef

Claudine Francois, Social Business Eddy Daniels, AgroYUNUS Industries

Claude Alexandre, La Haiti Development

Albert Decady, Green Investment Group

Myrtha Desulme, Jamaica

Group. S.A

Jeffrey D. Powell, Maverick Capital

02:30PM PM– –5:00 04:00 03:30 PMPM Facilitator Facilitator Reginal Canal Angelo Viard, The Medici Group VCS Mining

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Business of Tourism – Serving A New GeneraCompeting in the 21st Century Global Market tion of Travelers Place

Panelists Panelists

AsThe Haiti embarks on developing and private sector is the engine of promoting development and Cedric Chauvet, American Chamber of itself as an emergingof upjob and coming This tourism destiRichard Buteau, Haiti Tourism Association major contributor creation. session will Commerce-Haiti nation in the Caribbean, branding and marketing to of examine various indicators impacting the growth Davidson Toussaint, Haiti Tours attract a new Economy. generation of travelers is crucial in Leo Williams, Jamaica Agricultural Exchange the Haitian this competitive industry. This session will highlight Dr. Joseph Baptiste, key innovative branding and marketing strategies Athena Kolbe, Enstiti Maryland Pou TravayGovernor Sosyal ak Syans Commission for Caribbean Affairs to fuel economic growth in the tourism sector. Our panel of experts will describe best practices that Andy Rene, Center for Facilitating Investment tourism sector professionals can establish to lure (CFI) new target markets to Haiti: Haitian diaspora, Gen X and Y, social entrepreneurs, eco-tourists, jetsetters, hipsters and potential investors.

02:30 PM 03:30 PM PM –– 04:00 5:00 PM Facilitator Facilitator Veronique Pluvoise, Dr. Bénédique Paul, Mayet d’Entrepreneuriat et Centre d’innovation, Univeristé Quisqueya

Energy & Infrastructure Key to Economic Fostering Innovation and- The Entrepreneurship: Development Haiti’s Untapped Treasure Infrastructure is focus the key This session will ontoaneconomic adaptive development. approach to This session of infrastructure opcreate value will andexplore businesstypes investment through various portunities and challenges for investors including types of entrepreneurship programs. Entrepreneurs energy, transportation, airports, technology, water will share theoretical and practical testimonies of resources management, and other sustainable urban frugal innovations and other opportunities through development. direct and Diaspora partnership investment opportu-

Panelists Panelists Dr. Renée Jumeau,ofMinistry of Energy Etzer Emile,Jean University Quisqueya Dr. Kit Miyamoto, Miyamoto International Dumond Gerard Max, Koktel Lakay Dr. Abdellatif Obaid, UQAM Fleurenceau Felicien, Ma Fortune Poullailer

nities. Marc Bautil, Besix Global Mathias Pierre, GaMa/Kaytek Nadia Cherrouk, PADF

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Conference January 17, 18, 10:00 AM—5:00 PMPM Conference Sessions Sessions —Friday, — Saturday, January 9:30 AM—4:00 …

Room/Salle- -Cattleya Cattleya Room/Salle

09:30AM AM– –11:30 11:00AM AM 10:00 Facilitator Facilitator Cleve Mesidor, Yves Carr Momperousse, Economic Development Consultant Kreyol Essence

Room/Salle Room/Salle--Ginger Ginger

Current Trend in Haiti’s Business & Banking The Role of Women in Economic Development Panelists Panelists Legislation In Haitian this session, successful professionals discuss how women have been successful entrepreneurs Jocelem DaniellePrivert, St. Lot, Senateur Ambassador at Large banking and legislation are fuelingdevelopment. business and This and investors fueling economic investment decisions in Haiti. Highlighting key indisession will highlight the role of women in Haiti's Bernard Gousse,BUH Business Reform Commission cators, best practices success stories, the panel Gladys Coupet, development, their and innovation will focus on strategies toThe inform investors on legisand entrepreneurship. panel of dynamic women lation andwill programs to strategies encouragetostartups andwomen Gesly Leveque, Banque Populaire Haitienne leaders focus on empower Phelicia Dell, Veve Collection small businesses. to break out of poverty and spotlight programs that help women entrepreneurs launch and capitalize startups and small businesses, and train the next generation.

11:30PM AM– –2:30 01:00 01:00 PMPM

Agri-Business Investors’ Tank Private Sector Panel: Improving Food Supply Chain Value

Facilitator Facilitator

Inspired by theproduction hit show “Shark this session Agricultural in HaitiTank”, represents 30% of is GDP for entrepreneurs with proposal /projects seek-mostand employs up to 50% of the work force, inglyfunding (viatogrants or investors). dedicated subsistence farming.Entrepreneurs This session is a will pitch their project to venture capitalists and private sector update of agribusiness, Investment investors in order opportunities in to thereceive sectorfunding. includingInvestors solutionswill to judge thechain quality of the project determine likelisupply development andtomanagement of rehood of receiving funding. sources.

Marc St. Clair, Régine Barjon, Haiti Ventures BioTek Solutions

09:30 AM AM –– 11:00 11:00 AM AM 10:00 Facilitator Facilitator Natalie Liautaud, Régine Barjon, PADF BioTek Solutions

Innovative Solutions to Food Security Priorities Project Financing Opportunities Ministry of Agriculture Obtaining to capital to grow businesses Nationally,access ~ 3 million Haitians, a third of the is one of the biggest problems faced small, medium population, is estimated to be by food insecure. There enterprises (SME) in Haiti. These businesses aresector are numerous investment opportunities in this drivers of employment and job creation. This session to improve local food production and to reduce the will discuss how to This access capital, existingof the impact of imports. session is aretain govt update cash flow from operations order to investment start, grow and agricultural sector, currentin priorities, expand SMEs. incentives and initiatives to combat Haiti's food security challenges.

Hughes Joseph, Ministry of Commerce Esther Guillaume, Formatel Center

Panelists Panelists ClaudineDorcin, Francois , YUNUSD'etat Social MADNR Business Fresner Secretaire Fritz A Jean, President Chambre de Commerce Charles Clermont , SOFHIDES du Nord Est Fils-Aimé Jempsy, FOMIN/ IADB Mamadou Deme, Haiti Reconstruction Fund, World Bank Jeffrey D. Powell, Maverick Capital

Maguy Durce, Mag Art

Judges Panelists

11:30 PM 01:00 AM PM –- 12:30 2:30 PM

Regine Alexandre, LEAD/PADF David Fairman, Jamaica Boilers

Facilitator Facilitator

Jean Orelien, SciMetrika Gilbert Gonzales, Café Rebo

Albert Decady, Embassy of Mexico Global Investment Group

Charles SOFHIDES Russell Clermont, Burt, RENUFUEL

Special - Commercial The Rolepresentation of the Diaspora in Haiti's Economic Relationship between Haiti and Mexico Development Highlighting best practices and success stories, this This session will explore commercial session will discuss the rolethe of the Diaspora in___ strengthening Haiti's economy. We will examine business development strategies, priorities, and investment opportunities.

Panelists Panelists Harold Charles, ______________ CEEPCO Ambassador, Katlheen Felix, HHTARG / ZAFEN Ron Duprat, International Chef

Claudine Francois, Social Business Eddy Daniels, AgroYUNUS Industries

Claude Alexandre, La Haiti Development

Albert Decady, Green Investment Group

Myrtha Desulme, Jamaica

Group. S.A

Jeffrey D. Powell, Maverick Capital

02:30PM PM– –5:00 04:00 03:30 PMPM Facilitator Facilitator Reginal Canal Angelo Viard, The Medici Group VCS Mining

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Business of Tourism – Serving A New GeneraCompeting in the 21st Century Global Market tion of Travelers Place

Panelists Panelists

AsThe Haiti embarks on developing and private sector is the engine of promoting development and Cedric Chauvet, American Chamber of itself as an emergingof upjob and coming This tourism destiRichard Buteau, Haiti Tourism Association major contributor creation. session will Commerce-Haiti nation in the Caribbean, branding and marketing to of examine various indicators impacting the growth Davidson Toussaint, Haiti Tours attract a new Economy. generation of travelers is crucial in Leo Williams, Jamaica Agricultural Exchange the Haitian this competitive industry. This session will highlight Dr. Joseph Baptiste, key innovative branding and marketing strategies Athena Kolbe, Enstiti Maryland Pou TravayGovernor Sosyal ak Syans Commission for Caribbean Affairs to fuel economic growth in the tourism sector. Our panel of experts will describe best practices that Andy Rene, Center for Facilitating Investment tourism sector professionals can establish to lure (CFI) new target markets to Haiti: Haitian diaspora, Gen X and Y, social entrepreneurs, eco-tourists, jetsetters, hipsters and potential investors.

02:30 PM 03:30 PM PM –– 04:00 5:00 PM Facilitator Facilitator Veronique Pluvoise, Dr. Bénédique Paul, Mayet d’Entrepreneuriat et Centre d’innovation, Univeristé Quisqueya

Energy & Infrastructure Key to Economic Fostering Innovation and- The Entrepreneurship: Development Haiti’s Untapped Treasure Infrastructure is focus the key This session will ontoaneconomic adaptive development. approach to This session of infrastructure opcreate value will andexplore businesstypes investment through various portunities and challenges for investors including types of entrepreneurship programs. Entrepreneurs energy, transportation, airports, technology, water will share theoretical and practical testimonies of resources management, and other sustainable urban frugal innovations and other opportunities through development. direct and Diaspora partnership investment opportu-

Panelists Panelists Dr. Renée Jumeau,ofMinistry of Energy Etzer Emile,Jean University Quisqueya Dr. Kit Miyamoto, Miyamoto International Dumond Gerard Max, Koktel Lakay Dr. Abdellatif Obaid, UQAM Fleurenceau Felicien, Ma Fortune Poullailer

nities. Marc Bautil, Besix Global Mathias Pierre, GaMa/Kaytek Nadia Cherrouk, PADF

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