New Orleans Meets GlobalSpeak Language Translations

GlobalSpeak Translations is on the move again.

NOLA! We’re excited about your future.  With new international trade in Central and South America as well as Cuba on the horizon, we are excited about the prospect of partnering with Port businesses who speak multiple languages.

NOLA Greets New Global Business

It’s no secret that New Orleans is an international port and is a gateway to the import and export of global commodities. Recent historical changes in trade with Cuba seek to open up agricultural and consumer goods opportunities between Cuba and the United States.

Areas of particular interest for GST with respect to Cuba are leveraging law, trade regulations, foreign investment, international business and logistics.  What does Cuba’s economic development mean for New Orleans? Business.


GlobalSpeak Translations has great insight into agricultural opportunities as we have translated a number of events for the US Rice Producers Association. The USRPA strongly advocates for improved export trade with Cuba. GlobalSpeak is invested in this relationship and will continue to be a collaborative voice in the international agricultural community doing business in Cuba, Central and South America where language plays an integral part of the trade component. What does this mean for New Orleans? Export opportunities from rice producers in the six key rice growing states of Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Texas.

Carnival Cruise Lines Heads to Cuba via Port NOLA

According to the Times-Picayune, a Carnival Cruise from New Orleans to Cuba is in the works. Carnival offers more cruises out of New Orleans than any other cruise line. The city is Carnival’s fourth largest homeport, with some 450,000 passengers expected to pass through the Erato Street terminal onto Carnival ships this year. What does that mean for New Orleans? Expanded Tourism.

VC and Start-Ups

Social Media is creating buzz and groups such as the Merchise Startup Circle of Havana have formed MeetUp Networking Groups to encourage emerging businesses in the Cuban start-up scene. What do start-ups in Havana have to do with New Orleans? Banking and Venture Capital.

We’re Here For New Orleans Business

We recently met with Houston Business Journal Reporter, Joe Martin, to share our exciting news.  Read the Interview Here

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GlobalSpeak Translations in the Houston Business Journal


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