The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce announces a workshop to be held on September 15, 2010 at 9:00am – 4:00pm at the British Colonial Hilton.
The Bahamas: Business
A report by the UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) showed that Bahamian exports dropped even further in the first two months of 2010.
Newly reported seismic data has reportedly confirmed the potential of billions of dollars worth of oil under the waters of the Bahamas, especially in the Cay Sal Bank area.
After 18 months of construction, Albany Marina in the Bahamas will begin welcoming its first super-yachts next month.
Moving container shipping off Bay Street has the capacity to swiftly alter the landscape of historic Nassau, opening up vast waterfront spaces that are ideal for re-development and freeing the roads from the fumes and delays of large 40-foot tractor trailers.
Former Freeport Concrete chief executive Raymond Simpson has teemed up with his son and plans to go back into business, selling building and home supplies from the Home Centre building.
City Market has finally released its annual unaudited figures for 2010, showing the food company ended the year some $7.4 million in the red despite generating sales of just under $100 million.
A love for the arts and design led former investment analyst Monique Péan to start her own jewelry company. Now Michelle Obama wears her pieces.
Relations between the Bahamas and the People’s Republic of China are deepening, particularly in the area of trade and commerce as the Bahamas business community plans to participate in the China Import and Export Fair.