Integral publishing

Having identified a serious void in the Haitian voice in both the local and international spectrum, Caribbean Media is born with the purpose of making reliable information available to the public at large.
Caribbean Media

Caribbean Media

Not only is the content we stand behind thought provoking and relevant, but also it is with great care and attention to detail that the proper medium is chosen to convey these messages. Whether it is print quality, design or digital content; the various teams all work towards providing a top-tier product.

Caribbean Media started by publishing Challenges Magazine which began as Haiti’s first and only weekly news magazine for over a year before it switched to monthly circulation in order to offer readers deeper analysis and more investigative pieces until the magazine itself reached its envisioned lifespan on August 2019.

Today, Caribbean Media has proven successful in bridging the information gap boasting rich, relevant and stimulating reads for readers in Haiti and around the world in both print and digital formats.


Through our activities in these areas of focus, we are able to touch each and every family.


Our commitment to building a better Hispaniola is exemplified through our investments in infrastructure projects such as ports and free zones, and power generation projects from thermal and renewable energy sources.


Since 1973, we have diversified our portfolio from the manufacturing and distribution of steel rebars, to now include a complete line of steel-derived final products, a lumber yard and a cement grinding mill.


GBG is committed to reaching each and every family in Haiti through a robust offering of consumer goods. For over 30 years, GBG has worked to bring the most renowned products in the world such as Kraft, Philip Morris and Goya to the country. GBG also manufactures its own brands as Gourmet, catering and honoring the wonders of Haitian cuisine and culture.


We are proud to be Hispaniola’s largest supplier of liquid fuels. We achieve this thanks to the trust of our industrial, aviation, and retail customers via our 380+ service stations and our participation in the Caribbean‘s largest passenger airports.