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Basic Bookkeeping Workshop


SBDCBelize will be hosting the Basic Bookkeeping workshop on May 8th 2013 at the University of Belize, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences in West Landivar.

Time: 9am to 12pm

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To sign up for this workshop kindly contact 223-3195 or email: helen@belizeinvest.org.bz for more information.

Have a safe weekend!!!

Caribbean Business News Highlights for Apr 08–21, 2013, Spotlight on Belize


Caribbean business news highlights from Issue No. 8 of Market Dynamics Caribbean, our comprehensive research and analysis report, published every two weeks.


March workshop


Ent. workshop ad.

 

SBDCBelize, BELTRAIDE  and Mr. Jose Herrera, Lecturer for Small Business Management at the University of Belize is presenting the Entrepreneurship Development Workshop which will be held on February 27th, 2013 on campus!!!

For more information contact SBDCBelize, BELTRAIDE at Tel: 223-3195 or email us at: sbdc@belizeinvest.org.bz

Hope to see you there!!!

SBDCBelize Workshop…


We would like to inform our clients, General public of our first workshop being held tomorrow, November 21st, 2012 from 8:30am to 12:00pm. Workshop will be based on Establishing a Business In Belize!…
For more info please contact the office at sbdc@belizeinvest.org.bz or tel: 223-3195. Limited space available.

Project Management…is it necessary for your business?


Are you running your business; or is your business running you? We at SBDCBelize is helping an owner step back and see the pieces of the puzzle that make up an entire organization. Managing a project (or many projects) may give you the perspective you need to solve one issue at a time.

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A little bit of History, The Garifuna’s!


Happy Garifuna Settlement Day!! 

The most important day in the Garifuna calender is November 19. On this day, Garifuna Settlement Day, the arrival of the first Garinagu to Belize by dory  (dug-out canoe) is celebrated in all Garifuna communities in the country.

Settlement Day is celebrated for a whole week including parades, live music, drumming, dancing, prayers, Garifuna mass and election of Miss Garifuna take place to mark the anniversary. In communities like Dangriga and Punta Gorda, a dory symbolizing the arrival of the first Garinagu, is floating to shore around early morning dawn while local Garinagu women dress in their colorful costumes – , tourists and other interested await the arrival onshore.

Since 1943 November 19th has been a public holiday in the Stan Creek and Toledo districts called Garifuna Settlement Day. From 1977 November 19th has been a county wide public holiday.

 

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