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Caribbean Investment Summit coming to Miami

The Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies in collaboration with the Caribbean Export Development Agency is set to unveil new investment opportunities in the region at the Caribbean Investment Summit to be held at the Marriot Biscayne Bay, Miami, May 13, 2016. 

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Thursday, April 14, 2016
Thursday, April 14, 2016

Caribbean ExportThe Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA) in collaboration with the Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) is set to unveil new investment opportunities in the region at the Caribbean Investment Summit to be held at the Marriot Biscayne Bay, Miami, May 13, 2016.

As the 3rd Caribbean Investment Summit and the first one to be held in North America, this event will present several investment ready opportunities to the attending patrons.


Opportunities range from specialist wine resorts and luxury tourism residential developments to a World Baseball tourism venue, spa and beachfront properties for villas and condominium developments. Also, on the list of offerings for investors are locations for marinas, horseracing facilities, agricultural estates and untouched scenic locations suitable for eco-tourism. There are also opportunities in the $38.5-55 billion medical tourism market with offerings for five-star developments in the Caribbean.

Some islands are even open to discussing the leasing of islets – quickly becoming home of the wealthy and celebrities! Senior government officials and investment facilitation officers will be on hand to discuss these opportunities at length.

The Caribbean Investment Summit is funded and co-organized by the Integration & Trade Sector of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)<-- --> as a part of a Regional Public Goods Initiative entitled: Support to Foreign Direct Investment in the Caribbean.

Chaired by fDi Magazine’s editor-in-chief Courtnay Fingar, the event will also present investment opportunities in the business process outsourcing and renewable energy sectors in the Caribbean.

Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian has reiterated his desire to see the stalled megaresort on Cable Beach completed and open to the public. His company recently submitted a bid for the property. Watch a ZNS Network news report here.

The Central Bank of The Bahamas governor John Rolle says that there is still a healthy flow of investment, despite predicted slow economic growth for this year. Watch a ZNS Network news interview with Rolle here.

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