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Lecture series helps executives in, "Minding Your Business"
MIAMI – The Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Business Council will host the second in its four part series of breakfast meetings on Thursday June 7th, 2007, 7:30am-9:30am at the Radisson Hotel Miami, Alto Room, 1601 Biscayne Boulevard.
The series is entitled Minding Your Business: The Lawyer, The Accounting & Human Resources/
US-Japan Clean Water Initiative MOU Signing for Jamaica
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Officials of the U.S. Embassy’s United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), signed a Memorandum of Understanding extending the US-Japan Clean Water for the People Initiative to Jamaica.
National Water Commission (NWC) President Everton...Read More...
Joint COTED-COFAP meeting in Port of Spain
GREATER GEORGETOWN, Guyana - The Councils for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) and Finance and Planning (COFAP) of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will meet in a joint session from June 5-7 in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
The Joint Meeting will consider a revision of `Towards a Single Economy and a Single Development...Read More...
Jamaican Trade Expo in South Florida – a synergy of talent and resources
DAVIE - Jamaica’s Minister of Industry, Technology, Energy and Commerce, Hon. Phillip Paulwell, has stated that despite the challenges, the manufacturing sector remains a major pillar of the Jamaican economy.
Speaking at the recent two day trade and business expo of the Jamaica USA Chamber of Commerce (JAUSACC) and the Jamaica...Read More...
Air Jamaica sells London route to Virgin Atlantic
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica’s Government Cabinet has given its approval for the sale agreement between the national airline, Air Jamaica and Virgin Atlantic, for Air Jamaica's London route operations.
Jamaica’s Minister of Information and Development, Donald Buchanan, made the disclosure at the (May 28), post-Cabinet press briefing...Read More...
Rhode Island Business Development mission forges new links with The Bahamas
BAHAMAS - A seven-member business development delegation from Rhode Island visited Nassau May 13-15 under the auspices of the Rhode Island National Guard State Partnership Program with The Bahamas.
The United States Embassy teamed up with the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation, The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and...Read More...
SUPER BOWL XLIV generates $463 million economic impact in South Florida
MIAMI GARDENS – Super Bowl XLI generated a total economic impact on South Florida of $463 million, according to a study by the Sport Management Research Institute of West Palm Beach, Florida.
The study determined that 112,403 people visited South Florida for the Super Bowl and related activities.
The investigation was based...Read More...
Caribbean reporters and media house scoop up CMEx media awards
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Two journalists from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean and a regional media operation based in Barbados were recognized for their commitment to excellence and sustainable tourism development at Counterpart International's 10th Caribbean Media Exchange on Sustainable Tourism (CMEx) which took place in Puerto Rico,...Read More...
Caribbean Tourism Ministers to meet with New York based nationals
NEW YORK - Caribbean tourism ministers traveling to New York for Caribbean Week 2007 from June 9-17 will get the chance to interact with New York-based nationals, at two town hall meetings being organized by the Caribbean Tourism Development Company (CTDC).
The meetings will be held simultaneously in Brooklyn and the Bronx on Monday,...Read More...
Grand Bahama Islands wants tourism back
FREEPORT, Bahamas – Tourism and Aviation Minister, the Honourable Neko C. Grant said Thursday, May 17 that the new Free National Movement government is committed to providing the necessary support needed to restore Grand Bahama to the glory tourism days and improve the tourism product throughout the country.
Mr. Grant, who is...Read More...
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