March 2013

NES National Validation forum


Flyer - Innov Woman Entrepreneur competition

Caribbean Economic Growth Forecasts for 2013

GDP Growth for the Caribbean and Caricom

Economic forecasts point to positive GDP growth throughout the region for 2013. Haiti will lead the region this year, with leading institutional forecasts pointing to GDP growth ranging between 6.0% and 7.0%. The following chart highlights Caribbean economic growth forecasts for 2013, recently published by the cited institutions. Continue reading “Caribbean Economic Growth Forecasts for 2013”

5th Global Forum on Innovation & Technology Entrepreneurship




Caribbean Exporters’ Colloquium

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves addresses Caribbean Exporters’ Colloquium

St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves on Wednesday March 20, 2013 warned that crime and difficulties surrounding regional air transportation were major stumbling blocks towards making greater progress in regional trade. Continue reading “Caribbean Exporters’ Colloquium”

7 Popular Marketing Techniques For Small Businesses

Hooray for Free Advertising
When you build a business, the first thing you want to secure is a customer base. With a decent printer, an answering machine and an average computer, you can put together a fairly extensive advertising campaign without having to pay for space. Continue reading “7 Popular Marketing Techniques For Small Businesses”

3rd Annual Belize Music Awards

3rd Annual Belize Music Awards is going to be hype

Move over Grammy Awards…it’s time to celebrate music in Belize and there’s no better place to do that than the third annual Belize Music Awards. The event kicks off with a red carpet affair at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday night, Continue reading “3rd Annual Belize Music Awards”

BELTRAIDE Introduces Entrepreneurship Development Project

BELTRAIDE Introduces Entrepreneurship Development Project Mar 20, 2013 

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Making Tourism Benefit Communities Adjacent to Archaeological Sites

Making Tourism Benefit Communities Adjacent to Archaeological Sites

A four million dollar project which is partly funded by the European Union was launched yesterday March 20. The project is part of the ongoing work by the Belize Tourism Board and is aimed to benefit communities located near archeological sites.  It will be implemented over a two year period at six sites around the country. Duane Moody reports.

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