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Trade symposium coming to Nassau

Business developers, investors, governmental leaders, bankers, academicians and technocrats will assemble at the International Economic Investment & Trade Symposium in Nassau February 5-6, 2015. 

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Wednesday, January 28, 2015

IEITDSBusiness developers, investors, governmental leaders, bankers, academicians and technocrats will assemble at the International Economic Investment & Trade Symposium in Nassau February 5-6, 2015.

Economic development consultant Dr J’Ramando Horton in conjunction with Melida Harris Barrow, president and chief executive officer at Panama World Trade & Investment Foundation (PWTIF), have joined together to organize the International Economic Investment & Trade Development Symposium at SuperClubs Breezes Resort & Spa on New Providence.


The symposium convenes business developers, investors, governmental leaders, bankers, academicians and technocrats in a forum to share insights and trends in the Caribbean, Europe Latin America, Asia and Africa. The forum will focus on engaging global markets through entrepreneurship, investment, trade, and tourism platforms.

It aims to facilitate B2B meetings and networking opportunities for delegates, entrepreneurs, business developers and investors from many countries and sessions will emphasize business opportunities in Panama, The Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago, and other countries.

Bahamas Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe and Khaalis Rolle, Minister of State for Investment in The Office of The Prime Minister, will also address the event.

Hope Strachan (pictured), Minister of Financial Services, Trade and Industry arrived in Costa Rica January 24, 2014 in preparation for the convening of the Third Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Community of American and Caribbean States (CELAC).

US company CenPOS has signed an exclusive agreement with Bank of The Bahamas to provide processing technology The Bahamas. The services include mobile processing, electronic bill presentment and payment, integrated payment solutions and recurring billing, among others.

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