Emerging Markets

Select Gentlemen’s Cut: A business offering the best grooming services in Cap-Haitien with a vision of revitalizing Haiti’s local economy in the process.

Beauty is only skin deep, an infamous idiom we automatically associate with someone’s appearance like their bodies or clothes. However, we should also appreciate the importance of our hair―especially the way it is styled―as part of what defines our look. Indeed, getting a haircut should not be the task of any barber, hairdresser, or barbershop

May 14, 2019

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Top 4 Haitian Owned Tour Operators That Can Help You Discover The Best of Haiti

Tour operators are intermediaries in the tourism distribution system. Tour operators are intermediaries in the tourism distribution system. They create a bridge that links hotels, restaurants, leisure, events and more to group consumers. As a result of their expertise in the packaging of different tourism products, they can attract a broader range of

April 19, 2019

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A Collection From Recyclable Car Parts To Unique Pieces

Household furniture comes in all forms, from metal and plastic to wood and fabric. While this gives plenty of options for interior decorators, it also complicates the disposal process. As a rule of thumb, your best bet for old furniture is to repair if possible, donate if available, and recycle as bulk waste as a …

April 5, 2019

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Miel D’or, More than Succulent in a Bottle

To achieve a sublime work, the painter uses the range of its colors; the musician plays with that of sounds. But as for the cook, she uses a variety of flavors. And when it’s a gourmet who is at the helm, she does not do it merely for food but combines all her senses to …

March 20, 2019

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The Ideal Flavor in Your Cup, COPO Coffee

For nearly two centuries, coffee was arguably Haiti’s most important cash crop, thriving despite heavy taxes that the government levied on exports. Today, Haitians in the trade have a popular refrain: “Coffee paid for Haiti’s independence.” Revenues raised by the export tax helped pay the hefty 1825 indemnity that President Jean-Pierre Boyer agreed

March 18, 2019

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