Expression of Interest Diversification of Community Based Tourism Products and Services Under the “Making Tourism Benefit Communities Adjacent to Archaeological Sites” Project



The Government of Belize has received counterpart funding from the European Union via the Belize Rural Development Program II (BRDP II) to finance a project entitled “Making Tourism Benefit Communities Adjacent to Archaeological Sites:” Co-financing for the project is being provided by the Government of Belize through the Ministry of Tourism and Culture represented by the Belize Tourism Board and the National Institute of Culture and History. The project is being implemented by the Belize Tourism Board and the National Institute of Culture and History through a Project Execution Unit housed at the Belize Tourism Board offices.  The objectives of the project are:

  • ·         To improve economic opportunities in rural communities and contribute to the reduction of poverty;
  • ·         To enhance the tourism experience through improvements in tourism infrastructure and services at selected sites.

The project intends to achieve three main sets of results:


Many business people achieve their greatest successes in unexpected areas. They begin a business and then they find that it isn’t as profitable as they had anticipated, so they change direction, using their experience and their momentum, and strike pay dirt in something else. 

The most important thing is to begin. To take action. To move forward one step at a time, learning and growing as you go. There is enough information available in virtually every field for you to become knowledgeable enough to achieve success, but action is necessary.


1. Begin With A Dream: Fortunately, even if you know nothing about business, you can begin with a dream, a castle in the air, and then build a foundation under it and achieve great success. Continue reading “5 STEPS TO SMALL BUSINESS SUCCESS!!”

Are you constantly thinking how to create and build new business ideas or how to improve it?

If you answered yes to this question, then this workshop is designed for you.

 The session will provide you with:
  • Skills and knowledge necessary to effectively assess yourself 
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Guest Speaker  Mr. Michael Singh

CEO for Ministry of Trade, Investment Promotion, Private Sector Development and Consumer Protection at Government of Belize and also an Entrepreneur! 

Date:June 20th, 2013 at 9am to 12pm
Location: University of Belize
Faculty of Management and Social Sciences,
West Landivar,
Belize City, Belize
COST: $20.00

What’s great about owning a Small Business?

Just imagine:

  • identifying a product or service that people want
  • doing what you love to do
  • doing something useful, or for which there’s a clear need
  • creating something new
  • improving people’s quality of life or work.

Imagine doing any one of these, and being paid for it. Imagine getting full credit, both monetarily and in client satisfaction, for your great business idea.2009_1210_cp_who_are_the_garifuna_580x290

The wonderful thing about small business is that enterprise-ready ideas are all around you. Consider these activities as business opportunities:

  • cleaning
  • mowing lawns
  • washing cars
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  • finding information on the Internet
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  • printing brochures for local churches or associations
  • baking biscuits
  • translating for people who don’t speak much English
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People are prepared to pay you for these things for all sorts of reasons:

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  • The job has to be done and there is nobody else to do it.

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