Think HUGE

Our goal is to contribute to the creation of the American Dream in the Northern Triangle through the generation of sustainable jobs, thereby reducing one of the key causes of illegal immigration to the United States.

The HUGE (Honduras, USA, Guatemala, El Salvador) Business and Investment Council is a nonprofit business association 501(c)(6) established by private sector leaders from these countries.

Think HUGE

Our goal is to contribute to the creation of the American Dream in the Northern Triangle through the generation of sustainable jobs, thereby reducing one of the key causes of illegal immigration to the United States.

The HUGE (Honduras, USA, Guatemala, El Salvador) Business and Investment Council is a nonprofit business association 501(c)(6) established by private sector leaders from these countries.

Think HUGE

Our goal is to contribute to the creation of the American Dream in the Northern Triangle through the generation of sustainable jobs, thereby reducing one of the key causes of illegal immigration to the United States.

The HUGE (Honduras, USA, Guatemala, El Salvador) Business and Investment Council is a nonprofit business association 501(c)(6) established by private sector leaders from these countries.

A pivotal time

HUGE represents the first joint effort of private sector job creators from all three Central American countries and their United States counterparts to drive massive job creation in these countries, including the United States.

In addition to supporting the development of individual investment projects, as part of its mission HUGE seeks to bring together key stakeholders in the United States and the Northern Triangle, including small and medium size enterprises, civil society organizations, and the public sector, to sponsor flagship regional infrastructure projects that will catapult the region’s competitiveness.

Building the “American Dream” at Home

HUGE is a market-based response to a humanitarian crisis, as illustrated by the inability of millions in the Northern Triangle to provide basic needs for themselves and their families. The highly successful and responsible businesspeople who inspired the concept of HUGE did so with the understanding that the root cause of the immigration issue could be largely overcome by the creation and broad availability of stable jobs with decent benefits and adequate social services. This in turn would significantly reduce the population of Central Americans seeking the “American Dream” in the United States, because they have instead found it at home.

Creating opportunities for regional growth

The Founders of HUGE have extensive experience in generating sustainable opportunities through their own entrepreneurial endeavors and are strongly committed to engaging others to join this effort.

Our overarching goal is to facilitate at least $10 billion in investments, yielding 2 million new jobs between Honduras, the United States, Guatemala, and El Salvador (H.U.G.E.) over the next five years.

HUGE intends to achieve this through key regional infrastructure investments and by seizing nearshoring opportunities to bring manufacturing and services closer to home markets in the Americas.

About

HUGE Business and Investment Council

Solving Problems

Seizing Opportunities

Purpose

Rooted in Sustainable Social Benefits

Founders

Ethically, socially, and environmentally conscious

Accelerating Change

HUGE seeks to drive the creation of sustainable jobs and a more competitive economy in the Northern Triangle through 4 key actions:

Opening Doors in the Region

Providing Local Insight

Driving Competitiveness

Living Examples of What is Possible

Highlighting the region’s unbounded potential

HUGE Founders are regional leaders in the agricultural, financial, textile, manufacturing, and media sectors, allowing them to provide a unique perspective on local investment opportunities and potential partnerships, and highlighting the Northern Triangle and United States as a launchpad from which to serve regional and global markets.

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1025 Connecticut Ave
NW Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036