According to Jeremy Stephen of the Barbados Business Enterprise Corp. (BBEC), with global stock markets rebounding, resources and opportunity are becoming more abundant. "I am sure that investing in government treasuries, bonds and debentures will provide strong returns in the medium term. Here in Barbados, Government is now very ambitious in charting a new course and, although they've been creative in how they acquire finance so far, their cheapest way is via their traditional products," explained Stephen.
CAMACA Folk Designs, LLC hosted an Art Reception to officially launch its business. The event held at MarleeÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Tea and Coffee House in Atlanta, GA was attended by many supporters of Caribbean art and culture including president of the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Georgia, Alan Simpson.
The event featured the designs of fabric artist and creator of CAMACA, Marie-Ella Williams who gave the audience insight on the inspiration behind starting this initiative, the reasons why she chose her designs and the future plans for the business.
At the Invest Caribbean Now forum on June 6th in New York City, both institutional investors shared their experiences with over 150 delegates including over a dozen Caribbean ministers of government.
Blue, chair of Blue Equity LLC, spoke of his multi-million dollar investments in Jamaica and expressed extreme satisfaction with the country and its business environment.
"This certification demonstrates FIT's commitment to efficiency, dedication and quality service," said Port Everglades Director Phil Allen. "We hope this measure continues attracting commerce to the Port; supplying South Florida's residents and businesses with such diverse international products as fruits and wine; and fostering prosperity for all associated businesses utilizing Port Everglades or those supporting businesses operating from our central South Florida location."