Several sites, from buildings in the historical center of Havana, to private businesses, boast walls, stairs and floors created by Tania and her team, under the brand Antique Colonial. Constant reinvention, readiness and dedication allows the success of this business to be appreciated in every step.Read more
The reduced space of 36 square meters visible to the public swarms with people, as customers constantly come and go between the cake stand, the counter, and the tables arranged around the sides of one of Santa Marta, Varadero’s best-known and most successful businesses. Its name is also singular: Cafeccino.Read more
Undoubtedly, some of the private ventures that have seen the best results in Cuba have been those related to hospitality. Amarillo B&B is one of the examples of this success, showing that a job well done will always offer positive results.Read more
The EFCH has existed from almost nine years, as a Cuban enterprise that defines itself as a creative group that teaches photography. Its founder is renowned photographer, Tomás Inda. To being with, the school was located in Marianao, but for many years now it has been located in Havana’s Vedado neighborhood.Read more
This educative project contributes to the psychosocial development of boys, girls, and adolescents in Cuba, especially those living in vulnerable conditions.Read more
At 70, Víctor Rodríguez owes the popularity of his work to its original and exclusive nature. He designs and makes crochet bikinis, ideal for bathingRead more
What should a Cuban private audiovisual production company have in order to distinguish itself from other similar businesses?
Good customer service, transparency, applied cinematographic techniques that endorse us as professionals and the ability to undertake four or five jobs simultaneously, and put our hearts into each one.
Identified as a simple, fast and safe Cuban courier business, Mandao Express came to fulfill a clear purpose within the national entrepreneurial scene. Its creators wanted to cover their own needs: to send and receive documents without having to move throughout the city. They thought other businesses could share this concern, and so in September 2016 they officially started operations, with the intention of covering more than just paperwork.Read more
On the central intersection of Infanta and San Lázaro streets, in the Cuban capital, a non-agricultural cooperative stands out for its service and the quality of its gastronomic proposals. According to many experts on the subject, much of the success of a business lies in its location. So it’s safe to say that since opening its doors, El Biky has had much of this path covered.Read more
Atelier restaurant occupies a big colonial house in Havana’s El Vedado neighborhood, offering an atmosphere the likes of which I had never seen before. Paintings of diverse styles and formats, vintage radios, lamps and figurines, are scattered throughout the dining room; its tables like television images of another era. Its magical charm invites one to dine here and feel at home.Read more