Category: Business

CNN’s Amanpour interviews Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley

CNN’s Amanpour interviews Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley

| May 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

CNN’s Christian Amanpour interviews Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley on the implications of COVID-19 to the economic and social welfare of Caribbean nations. The need for global leadership is key to a sensible strategy to fight and defeat the coronavirus.

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KUUMBA Showcase comes to London

KUUMBA Showcase comes to London

| February 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

Goode Management is proud to launch their very first KUUMBA Showcase.   Featuring Actors Joseph Quartson and Misie Goode The Dramatic Duo, Poet Victor Richards, Singer Chereena Miller, Spoken Word Akadi, the Guest Dr Trevor Udennis Doctorate  of Systematic   Theology – who will be talking about his transformation was an Apostolic now a Hebrew […]

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Things You Can Do to Improve Personal Finances

Things You Can Do to Improve Personal Finances

| October 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

The average poverty rate of the Caribbean population is approximately 30%, according to the GSDRC website. Factors such as the lack of financial literacy, significant student loans, and bad credit continue undermining financial wellness among individuals. Creating personal wealth in a society where debt and the wealthy drive the economy is not exactly manageable either. However, with the […]

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TRUMP, BREXIT, and Culture Wars

TRUMP, BREXIT, and Culture Wars

| September 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Donald Trump’s Pitchfork Revolution, BREXIT, and a world in upheaval, are a refusal by the western Anglo Saxon driven culture, to accept a radically altering world. At the core of Donald Trump’s populist movement, Brexit, and populism in Europe, is what has been termed by sociologists” WHITE ANXIETY.” White Anxiety is a fear among whites, […]

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The UK Civil War

The UK Civil War

| September 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Brexit could very well be the swam song of the UK, with England going its way, to become the world’s largest financial offshore destination, and Scotland and Northern Ireland becoming countries of the European Union. Now, civil wars are nasty affairs. Why: because they are fought within a country’s borders between kith and kin. Usually […]

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Scotiabank: Is might, right?

Scotiabank: Is might, right?

| September 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Canadian-owned Bank of Nova Scotia, or Scotiabank, has more than US$1 trillion in assets; the Gross Domestic Product of the small island state, Antigua and Barbuda, is just US$1.5 billion. Yet, there is what the Canadian newspaper, Globe and Mail, described, on August 26, as a “stand-off” between Scotiabank and the Government of Antigua […]

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The Vocations and the Road to El Dorado

The Vocations and the Road to El Dorado

| August 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Countries with a skilled workforce are far more prosperous than countries with workers who major in academia and white collar services. The road to social and economic prosperity runs through the vocations. It has become mantra that the plumber earns more than the office worker. In the Virgin Islands, a skilled building contractor is in […]

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BREXIT’s effect on Caribbean tourism

BREXIT’s effect on Caribbean tourism

| August 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Caribbean persons interacting with British tourists, apart from the super-rich, should be mindful that if these visitors appear reluctant to part with their money, or demand better value, it’s because they’re spending a much-devalued UK currency.  In the first week since Boris Johnson took the reins of the British government on July 24, the pound […]

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Carnival Pioneers 2019 celebrate Windrush Generation

Carnival Pioneers 2019 celebrate Windrush Generation

| July 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

The annual Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers Community Festival enter its 7th year and will be held on Sunday 11 August 2019 from 12 pm – 8pm at Horniman’s Park, Kensal Road. W10.    The annual free family festival has become the precursor to Notting Hill Carnival and continues in the tradition of paying tribute to […]

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Guyana rums stand out at Drinks Trade Show

Guyana rums stand out at Drinks Trade Show

| July 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

Following the success of the first Jus’ Caribbean Drinks Pavilion in 2018, an initiative of CaribDirect Multi-Media, the second Jus’ Caribbean Drinks Pavilion was held again at the world renowned IMBIBE Drinks Trade Show, Olympia London, Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd July 2019. Jus’ Caribbean, the food and drinks brand of CaribDirect seeks to provide opportunities […]

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