CARICOM BUSINESS

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CARICOM BUSINESS

Mild economic contraction for the Bahamas - IMF

Weekly Business News Aggregation Service Vol. 3 No.11

Foreign Exchange Summary

as at March 13, 2020.

Media Release

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CARICOM BUSINESS

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Diplomats Pays Courtesy Calls to the President of the St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

Promote current deals

Promote current deals

Promote current deals

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Running a holiday sale or weekly special? Definitely promote it here to get customers excited about getting a sweet deal.

Brexit Update

WTO’s future in doubt – no easy answers for the Caribbean

Caribbean Development Bank

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EU Council Agrees Article 50 'Flextension' Until 31st October 2019


Caribbean Development Bank

WTO’s future in doubt – no easy answers for the Caribbean

Caribbean Development Bank

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Integrating Gender Equality into Public-Private Sector Partnerships

WTO’s future in doubt – no easy answers for the Caribbean

WTO’s future in doubt – no easy answers for the Caribbean

WTO’s future in doubt – no easy answers for the Caribbean

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The View from Europe

David Jessop


Digital Transformation Strategy Project Survey

Time to transform the CSME and CARICOM David Jessop

WTO’s future in doubt – no easy answers for the Caribbean

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 A digital transformation strategy aimed at making government more efficient when doing business with the public, private sector and the diaspora is expected to be launched in St. Kitts and Nevis shortly. 

Time to transform the CSME and CARICOM David Jessop

Time to transform the CSME and CARICOM David Jessop

Time to transform the CSME and CARICOM David Jessop

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Detail your services

Time to transform the CSME and CARICOM David Jessop

Time to transform the CSME and CARICOM David Jessop

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If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.

Announce coming events

Announce coming events

Announce coming events

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Having a big sale, on-site celebrity, or other event? Be sure to announce it so everybody knows and gets excited about it.

SKNCIC NEVIS DIVISION QUARTERLY LUNCHEON held on July 18, 2019, at LIME Beach Bar & Restaurant, Nevis

  

Topic: Protecting Our Business and Reducing Crime

Guest Speakers: Inspector Alonzo Carty, Nevis Police Division and, Mr. Hugh Charles, Security Systems & Equipment Expert


The meeting was chaired by Chamber Director – Ms. S. Patricia Claxton Chair Person of the Nevis Division of the St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce. She welcomed members of the Nevis Division of the Chamber and thanked them for taking time off their busy schedule to participate in the event. 

Although the attendance was not what expected , because some members were caught up in their  preparation for the  Culturama Season and other related social activities, – the Session was deemed to be worthwhile, informative and stimulating for the twenty-plus members and guests present. 

The Executive Director of the Chamber Mr. Andrew Satney graced the meeting with his presence. He apologized for the absence of President – Mr. Faron Lawrence who was unable to attend because of some major events which he had to attend in St. Kitts.

The Speakers gave attendees update on the current crime situation and trends with current statistics, in Nevis. In his presentation, Mr.  Hugh Charles CEO of HiTeck Electrical Security Systems & Equipment spoke of the latest techniques for detection and prevention.  He encouraged attendees to seek expert assistance and advice when selecting equipment such as surveillance cameras to ensure that they purchase the best equipment for securing their homes and businesses.

Many experiences were shared, and solutions proffered as questions were raised by the attendees, expressing their concerns on the crime situation and the impact it was having on businesses.

Inspector Carty’s presentation centered on the need for the business sector to practice good security approaches by ensuring that their business surroundings are clear of bush and shrub and at all times to be very vigilant. They should never advertise their absence from their homes. They should ensure that mail is picked up, their homes are kept lit on evenings and when possible allow someone to house-sit. 

Participants were  made aware of the need to pay attention to information published on various websites that can impact negatively on the public image of Nevis, such as Trip Advisor, and their impact on the Tourism Industry. In fact, concerns were expressed about actions by Trip Advisor which had restricted advertising of real estate rental homes because of their concerns of the  high levels of crime reported in Nevis.

Attendees expressed their general satisfaction with the outcome of the Luncheon and their overall approval of the work being done by the Nevis Division of the Chamber and the St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce. 

Ms. S. Patricia Claxton Nevis Division Chairperson of St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry

Ms. S. Patricia Claxton Nevis Division Chairperson of St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry

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