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Topic: small business
In an effort to level the playing field for small insurance firms, the Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association’s (BIBA) president has called for the revocation of agency/brokerage licences held by commercial banks
The IDB approved the Compete Caribbean program to support private sector development and competitiveness in 15 Caribbean countries and has received $32 million in grants from Canada and the United Kingdom.
The Government-sponsored Bahamas Entrepreneurial Venture Fund intends to request an additional $2 million injection.
Illiquidity in the Bahamian capital markets may be the reason behind the ‘gun-shy’ response from investors in the Commonwealth Brewery (CBB) initial public offering (IPO).
So far this year National Insurance Board (NIB) has prosecuted about 274 Bahamas-based employers. About 70 per cent of businesses are delinquent.
The popular health food restaurant “Go Green” has opened a second location of the healthy take-out place on East Street.
The Government of The Bahamas plans to establish and fund a Grand Bahama Business Development Board, in conjunction with two local partners.
Rudy Carroll has captured the Coldwell Banker International Sterling Society Award for sales performance in 2010. This is the third straight year Rudy has won the prestigious designation.