Campus to honour Goddard Enterprises
The assistance of Goddard Enterprises Limited to the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies is being recognised in a special way on Friday.
The Cave Hill School of Business has announced that on that the video conferencing training room at their recently renovated facility will officially bear the name of “The Goddard Enterprise Limited Room”.
“This event will be held in honour of Goddard Enterprise Limited, one of the leading entrepreneurial family businesses in Barbados,” a statement from Cave Hill said.
“The renaming of the training room as a tribute to this reputable company is an effort to highlight recognition of Goddard’s continuous support and contribution to the Cave Hill School of Business through the years. This juncture serves as an important moment in the history of the Cave Hill School of Business as it has never named one of its training rooms in recognition of one of its stakeholders.
“To mark this phenomenal occasion, the attending audience will include members of both the board of directors and executive management of the Cave Hill School of Business, and the board and management of Goddard.”
The Director of the Cave Hill School of Business, Dr. Jeannine Comma stated: “Naming the training room after Goddard Enterprises Ltd. is a fitting tribute to their remarkable support and generous spirit. Goddard Enterprises Ltd. has been a forward-thinking corporate partner and has given much support to the Cave Hill School of Business.”
Group Human Resources Manager for GEL, Sue Lynch, lauded Cave Hill for its integral role in the provision of valuable programmes to the employees of the Goddard Group.
“The Cave Hill School of Business has been assisting the Goddard Group in Barbados and across the region to enhance the quality of its leadership — at all levels — through its Certificate Skills, Executive Diploma, Executive MBA and its High Achievers’ programmes.
“We believe that with CHSB’s professional expertise, we have been able to build a cadre of quality business leaders and developed a critical mass of trained leadership, capable of supporting this organisation in its quest for excellence.”