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Time to act

No more talk. Its time for action! That was the key message from members of the Barbados Investors and Policyholders Alliance at their most recent meeting at the Anne Johnson Auditorium. The alliance has now instructed its Attorney-at-Law, Tariq Khan, to “invoke pre-action protocols” against the directors of CLICO, the Office of the Supervisor of […]

BCCI to host green seminar

The Barbados Chamber of Commerce & Industry will be hosting a Green Business Seminar and Exhibition in association with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, on Wednesday, July 18 at the Hilton Barbados.

The seminar, being held under t

Digicel backs calypso tents

Digicel is again backing two major calypso tents for the festival – the popular Celebration Time and De ADC/Digicel Big Show, which both feature some of the top acts for Crop-Over 2012.

LIME digs in

telecoms company reaches out to christ church communities

Bringing back that good feeling – that was the object of the community activity spearheaded by the LIME Barbados Service Support & Delivery team when they rolled into the St. Christopher an

Sagicor in big shares sale

Last Friday, Sagicor Financial Corporation, through its subsidiary, LOJ Holdings Limited, sold 308,280,000 shares held in Sagicor Life of Jamaica Limited. Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust Limited has acquired 299,519,661 shares in SLJ and Trustee Sagico

Coping in tough times

Periods of economic recession are known to affect the fiscal and monetary policies of governments, and to contribute to contraction within the business community. With a slowdown in business activity, the net result is that a recession affects all ca

Marshall elected IABC president

Marshall elected IABC president

Dr. Sharon Marshall, a well-respected business communication professional of more than 17 years’ experience, has been elected President of the local chapter of the International Association of Business Communications.

Assessment's key

A regional trade and investment expert is encouraging businesses in the Barbadian manufacturing and agriculture sectors, as well as service providers to those sectors, to conduct thorough assessments in order to take greater advantage of the Economic Partnership Agreement. Allyson Francis, Trade in Services and Investment Specialist in the EPA Implementation Unit of the CARICOM […]

Assessment’s key

Assessment’s key

A regional trade and investment expert is encouraging businesses in the Barbadian manufacturing and agriculture sectors, as well as service providers to those sectors, to conduct thorough assessments in order to take greater advantage of the Economic Partnership Agreement. Allyson Francis, Trade in Services and Investment Specialist in the EPA Implementation Unit of the CARICOM […]