Since 1999, Tucker/Hall has been a national leader in pushing for reform of US policy toward Cuba. We have organized and led grassroots and grasstops efforts to lift the trade and travel blockade. We have taken delegations of elected officials, community leaders, and business leaders there to engage in a meaningful dialogue with governmental officials, artists, and entrepreneurs. Tucker/Hall has also hosted delegations of Cuban officials to the United States, and has sponsored and hosted national seminars to educate the US public and business community about Cuba.
In 2015, we helped lead delegations of St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and a group of arts leaders from the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership to the island, and an inbound group of Cuban officials who visited St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay.
Over the years, we have successfully advocated for more nonstop flights from the US to Cuba, for arts exchanges, a potential Cuban consulate in Florida, increased entrepreneurial trade, and many other issues.
Tucker/Hall has also represented US businesses doing business legally in Cuba, cultural groups conducting exchanges, and nonprofits that visited the country. Most recently, we helped broker the historic agreement between the Florida Aquarium and the National Aquarium of Cuba.
Our long experience dealing with Cuban issues and our unique relationships on the island can help your organization create a strategic Cuba plan and successfully enter the Cuban market.
How We Can Help
As Cuba opens up, communications consultants around the world are saying they can help. But Tucker/Hall really can. Our Tampa office is less than 90 minutes away from Havana by plane, so our senior counselors travel there frequently, bringing business leaders looking for new opportunities. Let us know if we can help you.