T H E L A R 

Recognized as a leader in communication and creative industries of Florida.
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"Creative industries are playing a key role in the contemporary workforce, making creative contributions to industries’ products and services, and infusing culture into community development."
John Thomasian, DirectorNational Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center)
Arts & the Economy: Using Arts and Culture to Stimulate State Economic Development.

Florida Lottery proudly sponsored the 6th annual 
Haitian Creative and Cultural Industries Symposium (HCCIS)
To learn more about Florida Lottery's  scholarship funds entitled "Bright Futures" Click here.


Saturday, May 28, 2022 - 10:00 AM (ET)

THELAR Management Group in partnership with Macaya Foundation thanks Friends of the Haitian Arts Miramar, Florida Lottery, FLIC and Consulat d'Haiti

Target Market

THÉLAR Management Group, LLC is located in South Florida where the Haitian community is the second-largest immigrants group. According to the Census Bureau’s 2019 Current Population Survey, roughly 9% of Black people are born in the U.S. In total, Black immigrants and their U.S.-born children account for 21% of the overall Black population. The vast majority of Black immigrants are from two regions: the Caribbean and Africa. These two areas accounted for 88% of all Black foreign-born people in the United States in 2019.

2020 U.S. Census  Results

We have conducted extensive research on our market and published fact sheets that can be used by anyone interested in this segment of the U.S. population.

According to the 2020 Census, there are 700,000 Haitians in the U.S, with a slightly higher number of women (52.2%) than men (47.8%), and a median age of 46.8 years. The educational attainment of this segment of the population is at 79.1% for high school graduates or higher, and 18.3% for bachelor graduates or higher.  44.9% of Haitians in the US speak English less than very well. Read more

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Broward County

Miami-Dade County