Port-Au-Prince, Haiti: December 1, 2017 – The Center for Facilitation of Investments in Haiti (CFI), in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), AHTIC and Avasant successfully concluded the BPO Investor Forum on November 30, 2017 at Hotel Marriot in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. The Haiti BPO Investor Forum saw the participation of prominent investors and BPO service
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti: November 30, 2017 – The Center for Facilitation of Investments in Haiti (CFI), in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Banj, AHTIC and Avasant, successfully hosted the Haiti BPO Job Fair on November 29, 2017 at the Karibe Hotel in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. The Haiti BPO Job Fair was the first of its kind
Author: Peter Ryan While outsourcers are rightly looking for opportunities to consolidate their own market positioning, one that should be top of mind for providers in Canada is the French-speaking consumer segment, which is an important part of success in this national market. Over the years, providing services in French has been part of many
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti: September 11, 2017 – A five-member delegation team from Haiti, comprising of global BPO industry experts, Investment promotion & facilitation experts, and senior representatives from the Government of Haiti participated in the CX Week Canada 2017 event held at Toronto from August 21-24, 2017. The CX Week Canada event saw participation from contact
Haiti Digital Services Program
The Haiti Digital Services program makes the technology ecosystem in Haiti effective by offering end-to-end investor support for BPO/IT investors and creating better network and access between service providers, job seekers and professionals.
Through this platform investors can access the Digital Skills Registry, hire the right candidates who meet their business requirements, identify potential real estate options and domestic business partners. BPO/IT professionals and job seekers in Haiti can utilize this platform to find the right jobs that match their skills and capabilities, and learn and update themselves about the BPO/IT industry.
“Haiti’s strengths are unique and unlike any other Nearshore destination. The availability of adequate & educated labor pool, multilingual skills (French, English, Spanish and Creole), nearshore proximity and cost-effective labor pool makes it an ideal BPO destination.”Anupam Govil, Partner at Avasant
“One of the more intriguing options [for Canadian BPO service providers] is Haiti, which is home to a population that is known for strong affinity to Canadian popular and commercial culture, as well as counting French as an official language. Geographically, Haiti is less than four hours from Canada by plane and has an investment promotion agency that has been aggressively positioning for BPO investment”Peter Ryan, Principal at Ryan Strategic Advisory
“Haiti has one of the world’s most competitive labor costs, with an abundance of hardworking and trainable workers. With French and creole being the native languages, and Spanish and English being adopted languages, about 60% of the country’s youth are trilingual.”Pierre Denis, Head of BPO, Digicel Haiti