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NIEAB newly formed Board focusing on export and import education for business owners and residents

GLENNETT FOWLER Acting President, National Import and Export Association of The Bahamas

STAFF WRITER, FN News Desk With new taxes seemingly being levied every day on local businesses and residents, several businesses owners came together recently, to establish the National Import and Export Association of The Bahamas (NIEAB). Serving as NIEAB’s Acting President is Glennett Fowler; Acting Vice President is Anton Brooks; Acting Treasurer is Shantell Rolle…
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Authority leading ambitious multi-million-dollar housing, home repair initiatives in Grand Bahama and Abaco

AMBITIOUS INITIATIVE – The Bahamas Disaster Reconstruction Authority is leading ambitious housing and home repair programmes in Abaco and Grand Bahama designed to assist residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Dorian, said Authority Managing Director, Katherine Forbes-Smith. (BIS PHOTO)

The Bahamas Disaster Reconstruction Authority is leading ambitious housing and home repair programmes in Abaco and Grand Bahama designed to assist residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Dorian. The Authority is providing temporary residential domes in Spring City, Abaco; additional domes to disaster zone residents who want one on their property; the…
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Carey hits the 40-year mark at Insurance Management

JAMES CAREY

STAFF WRITER, FN News Desk For a near-decade now, James Carey, Branch Manager of Insurance Management, Freeport, has hosted a Christmas Bash for the Grand Bahama media.  Carey stays away from the media light, but says Insurance Management is sensitive to and appreciative of the vital role members of the media play to keep residents…
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Fowlco receives largest SBDC secured funding to date

SBDC ASSISTANCE – Husband and wife, Curtis and Glennett Fowler, of Fowlco Marine and Logistics Management of Grand Bahama were the proud recipients of the Access Accelerator Small Business Development Centre’s (SBDC) largest secured funding to date. Through the government-initiated programme, the Grand Bahama-based company was able to secure $500,000.00, to assist with their business. Glennett Fowler, is pictured third left, during the cheque presentation. Also pictured are Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest (left), Minister of Finance and President of the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce, Greg Laroda (right). (PHOTO: TFN)

Husband and wife, Curtis and Glennett Fowler, of Fowlco Marine and Logistics Management of Grand Bahama were the proud recipients of the Access Accelerator Small Business Development Centre’s (SBDC) largest secured funding to date.  Through the government-initiated programme, the Grand Bahama-based company was able to secure the funding, the maximum of which is offered through…
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