Lance Knowles and George Mosko, the two young Bahamians whose unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) photography and cinematography business has skyrocketed since its launch just over one year ago, today said they will seek government’s consideration of regulating the rapidly expanding drone industry.
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) is inviting entrepreneurs and business owners to learn more about its franchise opportunities available for up to 40 new BTC stores, kiosks and store-in-stores, nationwide.
Bahamas Striping, the road marking company that has spawned a new local industry once monopolised by foreigners, recently completed three days of training for five new staff.
Young professionals seeking advice on how to become their own boss will be given an opportunity to learn tricks of the trade during a free panel presentation featuring some of the Bahamas’ premiere entrepreneurs.
Bahamas Striping officials expressed concerns to Ryan Pinder that for two years the company has not had an opportunity to work on major public road projects due to the presence of foreigners.
A Bahamian-owned small business needs your vote to be awarded a grant to produce “Made in The Bahamas” merchandise to be distributed locally and internationally.
A group of successful Self Starter companies recently held a seminar for the interested public at the FMN’s Elizabeth Constituency office.
BAIC, in conjunction with COB, held an opening ceremony for the 10th Business Empowerment for Entrepreneurs Lecture Series in the auditorium, Harry C. Moore Library.