The Clinton Foundation co-hosted the second Haiti Investors Conference with the government of Haiti and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), attracting over 1,100 participants from 32 countries to Port au Prince for the two-day event. The government of Haiti has committed to improving the business climate in Haiti and making Haiti more receptive to foreign investment. This conference clearly demonstrated the international community’s strong interest to work in Haiti, create jobs, and grow the economy. The conference focused on key sectors such as apparel and manufacturing, tourism, agriculture, and infrastructure, and provided a forum for participants to meet partners and government representatives to initiate new deals or work towards finalizing agreements. President Clinton, President Martelly, and President Moreno of the IDB delivered opening remarks for this event to a packed conference room overflowing with investors eager to explore opportunities in the newly emerging Haitian market.