Expat Small Business Opportunities In Cabrera Dominican Republic – NOW Is the Time

Dominican Republic Sportfishing B&B

Dominican Republic Sportfishing B&B

Want to start a small business on a tropical island?  Need a way to help fund your retirement or your escape from the craziness in financially bankrupt first world countries? NOW may be the PERFECT time on the north coast of the Dominican Republic.   In this video interview we will pick an expats brain after living on the north coast of the Dominican Republic for over 10 years and building several successful businesses.  Captain Randy Rode was able to bring his many years of experience as a sportfishing captain in the Florida Keys and in Costa Rica to his new small charter fishing business in Cabrera Dominican Republic.  That led very naturally to the development of his successful home-based B&B on the cliffs overlooking the village of Cabrera.

Along this journey of building his business and living in the Cabrera area, Randy has learned much about both the expat and the local residents and has seen the need for various services and products grow as the population grew.  Randy believes that this is the perfect time for expats to start new businesses to capitalize on this growth…. RIGHT NOW.

In this video interview, Randy explains why he thinks NOW is the right time and shares some of his thoughts about just a small sampling of some of the small business opportunities that expats may want to explore as they explore a relocation to the north coast of the Dominican Republic.

I am sure the Captain Randy would be happy to meet with you when you are down on your DYD Discovery Tour and share some more ideas about other small business opportunities.  We frequently recommend that DYD tour participants take advantage of a stay at the Dominican Republic Sportfishing B&B.  It is a great way to get a real taste for what it is like to live up on the hills overlooking Cabrera.  It is also a great way to enjoy the pool, enjoy home cooked meals and chat into the night with a couple that has lived the Cabrera life over the last 10 years.

If you would like to discuss small business opportunities, sport fishing or check out the B&B go over to the Dominican Republic Sportfishing website and enter your contact information so that Randy can get back to you when he is off the water.

In  future posts we will discuss healthcare with Captain Randy.  He has had several experiences with the healthcare system in Cabrera and I think you will be amazed at how little top quality healthcare costs here.  He has healthcare insurance, but as you will see in the next video, the costs are so low compared to the US that you almost don’t even need it…. but we recommend it any way since it only costs about $700 to $1000 per year for a family.

Keep checking the DR Escapes websites and our Youtube channel for more expat interviews and tours of businesses and healthcare facilities of interest to future expats. If you have not subscribed to the DRescapes Youtube channel then you may want to do that today by clicking on the link. This is one of the fastest ways to keep up to date on all the latest video tours and interviews of interest to anyone considering a move outside of the US, Canada or Europe.

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And finally, if you have not already participated in one of our free DYD Discovery Tours…… WHY? Heck, worst case you get to explore another beautiful part of the world and best case you will fall in love with this little rural village overlooking the ocean that has become home to so many other expats. Click   DYD TOUR  to sign up for YOUR own Discovery Tour.

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johnsteven December 6, 2013 at 2:49 pm

Great articule Barry,this shows many people that there are many options when it comes to relocating and starting a business.All you need to do is look at what you can offer and the needs for the community or the existing expats,examples of this are teaching English as i am,engineering, caretaking properties,medicine,service eg the restaurant business.I could go on and on.What is important folks is that there are options you just have to see what you can offer if you want to relocate.As an expat who has his own business teaching English as a second language i would be happy to help anyone with questions.Regards johnsteven.JOHNSTEVENPESC@GMAIL.COM.
Keep them coming Barry.

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