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BELTRAIDE COVID-19 RESPONSE: SERVING CLIENTS REMOTELY


Stemming from the global COVID-19 outbreak, the Government of Belize announced a series of measures in response to this imminent threat, including proper hygiene and social distancing. Even though there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Belize at this time, our
team at BELTRAIDE is taking preventative measures to protect our employees and clients.

Therefore, while BELTRAIDE remains open for business, we strongly encourage our clients and members of the public to contact us via telephone or email to ensure that all are protected, in the event that the current situation changes. Rest assured that our team is fully equipped
to provide the required services to fulfill your business needs virtually.

Kindly contact us for support and services via the following:
BelizeINVEST for Investment and Aftercare Services:
Tel: 822-3553 or Email: investment@belizeinvest.org.bz
EXPORTBelize for Trade Opportunity and Export Services:
Tel: 822-3553 or Email: export@belizeinvest.org.bz
SBDCBelize for Small Business Development and Business Advisory Services:
Tel: +501-223-3195 or Email: sbdcbelize@belizeinvest.org.bz
BTEC for Employee Development and Capacity Building:
Tel: +501-223-0322 or Email: btec@belizeinvest.org.bz
For other services please contact our Headquarters in Belmopan via Tel: +501-822-3553 or Email: beltraide@belizeinvest.org.bz


BELTRAIDE remains committed to providing high-quality services to our clients and will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic through updated press releases from the Government of Belize and the Ministry of Health. We encourage the members of the public to remain vigilant, protect yourself and your families and stay informed by following the Ministry of Health’s social media pages.

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BELTRAIDE and Compete Caribbean hosts National Cluster Workshop


BELTRAIDE, through its technical unit, EXPORTBelize  hosted a“National Cluster Workshop”   as part of the “Building Institutional Capacity for Strengthening Business Clusters” project implemented through financial support from Compete Caribbean.

The National Workshop, held on February 16th 2018 in Belize City, aimed to provide participants with insight into Compete Caribbean initiatives with the purpose of encouraging collaborative actions to improve the competitiveness of a sector or industry as well as to promote cross-sectoral linkages.  The workshop sought to provide a  framework to facilitating business clusters in Belize, consolidate the mapping of Business Support Organizations (BSOs), identify and assess potential and existing clusters and leverage resources of other BSO’s for cluster promotion.

BELTRAIDE and the Office of the Music Ambassador holds Artists’ Sensitization Session in Punta Gorda.


EXPORTBelize, a unit of the Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) , in collaboration with the Office of the Music Ambassador held another Artists’ Sensitization Session at the 2018 DJ Competition  in Punta Gorda on February 9, 2018. This event allowed musicians and DJs to become aware of the Artist Platform as well as the benefits of registering.
EXPORTBelize along with the Office of the Music Ambassador will be executing other sensitization sessions throughout the country to build awareness of the platform and to assist Belizean musicians in registering. Other sessions are scheduled to be held in Belize City, Benque Viejo del Carmen, Dangriga and the cayes.

BELTRAIDE and OAS launch Global Value Chain Workshop


On Monday, October 23rd, 2017, The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) and The Organization of American States (OAS) launched The Global Value Chain Workshop.

This four-day workshop is designed to support the initiative, “Small Business Development Center Model” led by OAS. It aims to provide participants with insights into how to develop effective policies to increase Caribbean countries’ competitiveness in these chains at the local, regional and global levels. Continue reading “BELTRAIDE and OAS launch Global Value Chain Workshop”

EXPORTBelize and the Belize Bureau of Standards hold Stakeholders Consultation


EXPORTBelize in collaboration with the Belize Bureau of Standards held a Stakeholder Consultation on Tuesday August 15, 2017 at BELTRAIDE’s Headquarters in Belmopan City. This consultation was aimed to review and discuss the Final Draft for the CARICOM Regional Standard on Cocoa and Chocolate Products where approval or disapproval of the standard would be commented on and submitted by Belize for further submission to CROSQ, the regional organization for standards.   The session consisted of those key stakeholders within the cacao industry who the regional standard, when passed, would ultimately impact.

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