Local Business

DPM hears small business owners’ concerns

ANSWERING QUESTIONS – Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance answers questions from the media regarding the recent demonstration by local small business owners.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest met with Grand Bahama small business owners at the Ministry for Grand Bahama on Friday, October 6, listening to their concerns regarding newly implemented Task Force responsible for Government Revenue Collections. The small business owners are disgruntled with the way in which the task force,…
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Bullard-Hamilton: BPSU needs restructuring and rebuilding

Tasha Bullard-Hamilton, newly elected Northern Region Area Vice President and her team, thanked public servants throughout the northern region for their overwhelming support recently shown at The Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) elections.

Tasha Bullard-Hamilton, newly elected Northern Region Area Vice President, thanked public servants throughout the northern region for their overwhelming support recently shown at The Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) elections. Bullard-Hamilton noted that the support demonstrated public servants’ faith in the Worker’s Team. Flanked by colleagues during a press briefing held on Monday, October 1,…
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RICHA gets assistance from business and civic partners

Sanitation Services Co. Ltd. General Manager Lou Carroll and Long Island Association Executive Treasurer, Marlene Knowles recently donated funds to the Ragged Island Cultural Heritage Association (RICHA) for the redevelopment of the Southern Bahamas jewel that was ravaged by Hurricane Irma last month.

Sanitation Service Co. Ltd. General Manager Lou Carroll and Long Island Association Executive Treasurer, Marlene Knowles recently donated funds to the Ragged Island Cultural Heritage Association (RICHA) for the redevelopment of the Southern Bahamas jewel that was ravaged by Hurricane Irma last month. Ascribing to the adage, “A friend in need is a friend indeed,”…
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Local businesses support Business-to-Business Expo

Representatives from major industrial companies, business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs, and many more attended the First Grand Bahama Business to Business Expo, which took place at the Pelican Bay Resort in the Delphine Room on Thursday, September 28. The Expo was developed with the perspective that in order for Grand Bahama to move forward, the various sectors must come together to brainstorm and create new initiatives to build on what currently exists.

Representatives from major industrial companies, business owners, aspiring entrepreneurs, and many more attended the First Grand Bahama Business to Business Expo, which took place at the Pelican Bay Resort in the Delphine Room on Thursday, September 28. The event created by Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator…
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