Local Business

$7,500 distributed to assist entrepreneurs repair their businesses

CONGRATULATIONS – Nineteen participants from two initiatives supported by the government – MSME Business Disaster Recovery Programme and Business Technology Upgrade Initiative – received financial donations on Wednesday, December 18, to assist with the rebuilding of small businesses in Grand Bahama affected by the passing of Hurricane Dorian. Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson (seated centre) made the presentations to recipients.

Nineteen participants from two initiatives supported by the government – MSME Business Disaster Recovery Programme and Business Technology Upgrade Initiative – received financial donations on Wednesday, December 18, to assist with the rebuilding of small businesses in Grand Bahama affected by the passing of Hurricane Dorian.  Launched under the Small Business Development Centre (SBDC), MSME…
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GBPA’s annual Christmas giveaway continues

ANNUAL DONATION – The Grand Bahama Port Authority continued its annual Christmas tradition of Turkey Voucher Giveaway on Wednesday, December 18 at the company’s office. GBPA’s Vice Chairman, Sarah St. George make the presentation. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Several charities and civic organizations were recipients of this year’s Grand Bahama Port Authority’s (GBPA) annual Turkey Voucher Christmas Giveaway on Wednesday, December 18 at the company’s headquarters.  Receiving organizations included the Rotary Clubs in Grand Bahama, Kiwanis Club, Raybertha Home for the Elderly, Alpha Kapa Alpha Sorority Incorporated Pi Epsilon Omega Chapter, the Pilot…
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Local company donates to GBCH’s rebuilding efforts

HELPING OUT – The Grand Bahama Children’s Home (GBCH) continues to receive rebuilding and renovation assistance for restoration of the property, which was severely damaged due to Hurricane Dorian back in September, this year. The latest donation came from Jamaica Bahama Import on Wednesday, December 11. Pictured from left during the presentation are Jamaica Bahama Import Administrative Officer, Keisha Linguard; Jamaica Bahama Import Vice President, Dahlia Pinnock, GBCH Executive Director, Shelia Johnson-Smith and Jamaica Bahama Import President, Winston Pinnock. (PHOTO: JUELANDA THOMPSON)

The Grand Bahama Children’s Home (GBCH) continues to receive rebuilding and renovation assistance for restoration of the property, which was severely damaged due to Hurricane Dorian back in September, this year. The latest donation, $2,500, from Jamaica Bahama Import was made on Wednesday, December 11. GBCH Executive Director Sheila Johnson-Smith accepted the financial donation on…
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Aliv vibrant at age 3!

The management and staff of Aliv came together to celebrate the company’s 3rd anniversary here on Grand Bahama and throughout the Bahamas. Allison Levarity along with the executive team of Aliv Grand Bahama cut a cake to mark the 3rd anniversary. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

This year has been one of expansion for telecommunication company, Aliv, which celebrated their third year of service in grand style recently, Monday, November 11. The executive team invited employees from various departments to assemble in the corporate office and they were treated to an e brunch. During the gathering, there was a live presentation…
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