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OUTSOURCE 2 LAC Argentina 2013


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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is pleased to invite service sector SME’s in Belize to the third annual Latin American and Caribbean Outsourcing and Offshoring Summit – OUTSOURCE2LAC 2013, which will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 20 -21, 2013.

The goal of the summit is to create an opportunity for participants to learn about current trends in the global outsourcing industry and to identify business opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean. OUTSOURCE2LAC will create a unique opportunity to meet, network and engage with potential clients and trading partners with more than 500 service companies from around the globe including Latin America, Caribbean, Asian, European and North American. In addition, attendees can participate in business matchmaking services via individualized, pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings with companies.

IDB SUPPORT TO SMEs

In an effort to support the internationalization of small and medium-sized companies across the region, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will finance the participation costs for up to five (5) SMEs from Belize (voucher of up to US $1000 for the purchase of plane tickets and up to three (3) nights at the designated hotel accommodation for one representative per company). \

SMEs must meet the following requirements in order to qualify for IDB’s financial support:


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Micro-Enterprise Utility Start-Up Package – “An immediate relief measure for entrepreneurs and new starts-up”


The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) is pleased to announce the “Micro-Enterprise Utility Start-up Package” for the promotion, strengthening and support of the newly registered Micro Enterprise (ME). Micro Enterprise is defined as a business with:

a) less than 5 employees; or

b) less than $100,000 in annual sales; and

c) less than $50,000 in capital investment.

With the support of the Government of Belize, through its Office of Public-Private Dialogue, BELTRAIDE had partnered with the Belize Telemedia Ltd (BTL), Belize Water Services Ltd. (BWSL,) and Belize Electricity Ltd. (BEL) to make this initiative possible. These three key utility service providers will be offering attractive packages for new starts-up businesses. The packages will waive connection fees and deposits for these three utilities.

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Developing A Country Profile for Business Processing Outsourcing In Belize


Over the past six years, thirteen (13) call centers have been established within central Belize. This is a clear indication that Belize has a fostering environment for the growth and development of the Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO) Sector. BPO is one of the priority sectors identified within Component three (3) of BELTRAIDE’s Compete Caribbean Project. As a result of this, Compete Caribbean-IDB and the Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE), will be having its first ever workshop, “Analyzing The Potential of Developing The Business Processing Outsourcing Sector in Belize”; with the purpose of developing a country profile. This workshop will be held on Friday, November 16, 2012, from 8:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m., at the George Price Center, City of  Belmopan.

Mr. Anupam Govil, Consultant from Avasant in the United States will be the moderator at this workshop.  Topics to be discussed include:

  • An overview of the Global BPO Sector
  •  BPO Near-shoring Trends and Opportunities of Regional Competition
  • Addressable Markets and Offerings for Belize
  • High Level Strategy for Belize to gain more visibility in the BPO industry.

Interested persons, kindly feel free to contact Ms. Ruby Pascascio, Projects Officer at ruby@belizeinvest.org.bz, or Ms. Florence Cayetano, Public Relations Officer, at florence@belizeinvest.org.bz for further information.

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