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Business Outlook dates announced

The dates for the annual series of Business Outlook conferences have been announced, kicking off on September 13 in Andros and finishing up in Nassau January 17, 2019. See the full list of events here. 

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The Outlook will also visit Abaco in September, Exuma in October and Long Island in November. A range of keynote speakers have been tabled including Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest, who will address the Exuma conference, and Chairman of the Water and Sewage Corporation Adrian Gibson who is due to speak in Long Island.

The Business Outlook events have been bringing industry stakeholders together for over two decades to discuss trends and issues across a variety of sectors. There have already been two events this year – Grand Bahama’s Business Outlook which took place in February, and the Eleuthera Business Outlook in April.

The event in Eleuthera was the sixth time the conference has been hosted on that island. Keynote speaker Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister was joined by North Eleuthera MP Rickey Mackey and President of the Eleuthera Chamber of Commerce Thomas A Sands.

Developer and chief organiser of the Business Outlook, Joan Albury said: “From its inception, the goal of the Business Outlook Series has always been to bring greater awareness to the challenges and opportunities for developing business and, consequently, for contributing to building The Bahamas as a whole.”

To register for any of the Business Outlook events visit tclevents.com.

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