New Jersey, February 13 (RHC) -– The New Jersey Technology Council said it will lead a delegation to Cuba in April to talk to Cuban officials and business people about partnerships.
James Barrood, the trade group's chief executive officer, pointed out that the potential is enormous. Barrood said: “Cuba's infrastructure, from its electrical grid to Wi-Fi, is behind the times, and New Jersey companies could lend a hand -- and find a windfall.”
Barrood is leading the contingent that includes executives from firms such as Sharp Electronics Corp, Coriell Life Sciences, the New Jersey Health Foundation, among others.
The trip is scheduled from April 12th through the 18th on a charter flight from Miami.
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