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Business Development for the Indian Creek Mayan Arts Women’s Group


In June of 2019, Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE), through the Small Business Development Centre Belize (SBDCBelize), and Ya’axché Conservation Trust (Ya’axché) signed a consultancy agreement to partner in providing business development assistance to the Indian Creek Mayan Arts Women’s Group (ICMAWG) located in Indian Creek Village, Toledo District. Continue reading “Business Development for the Indian Creek Mayan Arts Women’s Group”

Light Manufacturing and Logistics: Outlook and Investment Opportunities


Belize’s abundance in investment opportunities allows for all sectors to capitalize on the country’s strategic business position. The blossoming business environment has created opportunistic gaps in the market for fruitful development to occur. One such sector that can benefit from these market gaps is Light Manufacturing and Logistics. Continue reading “Light Manufacturing and Logistics: Outlook and Investment Opportunities”

FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE: OUTLOOK


Belize’s natural resources and strategic location provide diverse opportunities for investors seeking to capitalize on investments focused on quality and sustainability. Belize offers an ideal marine environment that has bolstered continued growth and diversification in the fisheries and aquaculture industry. Continue reading “FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE: OUTLOOK”

BTEC, BELTRAIDE successfully completes Job Preparedness Training in Belize City


The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of BELTRAIDE , has successfully completed another Job Preparedness training in Belize City. Continue reading “BTEC, BELTRAIDE successfully completes Job Preparedness Training in Belize City”

BTEC, BELTRAIDE completes Job Preparedness Training in Independence


The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of BELTRAIDE , in partnership with the Independence High School, has successfully completed a Job Preparedness training in Independence Village.

Participants were trained for three weeks of which the the first two weeks were facilitated primarily by BTEC staff and covered soft skills such as professionalism, resume building, communication skills, conflict management as well as customer service excellence. In the final week of training, participants parted into their technical groups of Waitstaff and Basic AC Repair which were facilitated by Mrs. Vanita Bardalez and Rudel and Danilo Coc respectively. To celebrate the accomplishments of the 25 participants, a certificate ceremony was held on August 6, 2019 in the Independence High School Auditorium where participants were awarded certificates of completion in their respective fields.

The Belize Training and Employment Centre and in extension, BELTRAIDE, remains committed to develop a cadre of well-trained, marketable and self sufficient individuals that can confidently compete in the marketplace.

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