The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) is once again partnering with the Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) to provide business management training for SMEs on Grand Bahama. Also lending their support is the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce and the Bahamas Agricultural & Industrial Corporation (BAIC).
Topic: small business
Another successful grant writing workshop was recently held for SMEs on Grand Bahama.
The Exuma Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the formation of a new executive body to help unify stakeholders and place the island’s legendary beauty on the world stage.
Declaring small business as the lifeblood of the economy, the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation launched a long-anticipated mentorship program.
According to executives at The Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA), Intermodal South America delivered true to expectations during its 2013 Tradeshow & Conference.
The Bahamas Development Bank will likely be “wound up” under a radical proposed restructuring of the government’s small business support services as new legislation is implemented.
Two-year old 100% Bahamian striping company, Bahamas Striping, donated $7,500 worth of striping work to upgrade and restore five basketball courts for Urban Renewal 2.0.
Through the decades agriculture ministers have imposed or threatened bans on food imports as a way of supporting Bahamian farmers, the consequences of which were higher prices for inferior products.
Small and medium sized businesses need to have access to capital and technical support in order to generate enough activity to employ the estimated 43,000 people in need of jobs.