Caribbean Business Report for 10th May 2021 – Cricket continues on Calabash TV

Good day and many thanks for your interest in the Caribbean Business Report, our weekly e-newsletter. PDF version attached. You can read the business report at  The stories will be uploaded to the Calabash TV Facebook page from Tuesday.


First, COVID-19 remains a very real threat to your health and our healthcare system. The protocols are basic – wash hands, wear your mask in public and social distance when in public. And get vaccinated. 

Getting the vaccine does not mean Covid-19 will go away. Remember India – they produced the vaccine and were distributing it globally but ignoring the basic protocols. Now their healthcare system is broken and many are dying daily, overwhelming crematoriums.  The world cannot afford another India.

Don’t give up the mask! Please. And please note that J. E. Bergasse has a bleach-free anti-bacterial disinfectant!

 Cricket is back, for now -and it is LIVE on Calabash TV daily. All matches start from 11:30 am and repeated at 8:30p on FLOW channel 110 [cable]. The final of the Dream 11 St. Lucia T10 Blast takes place on Friday.

If you missed any of the matches -you can watch them on Calabash TV’s YouTube page. There are full matches and highlights.

In the meantime, here are this week’s headlines. 

  • PM meets with cruise industry executives
  • Does your organization have a Disaster Recovery Strategy in place?
  • 1st Global Entrepreneurship Week 2021 partners meeting held
  • Rethinking tourism
  • Republic Bank brings relief to St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • ECTEL turns 21; seeks engagement 
  • Grant Thornton donates to La Soufriere volcanic eruption relief Organizations
  • Unicomer (OECS) and Trinidad provide additional aid to St. Vincent
  • Nominations for 30 Under30 Change Maker Awards extended to May 15
  • National Travel Advisor Day: celebrate and elevate the gatekeepers
  • Huge discounts as Razmataz Tandoori Restaurant battles pandemic blues!
  • Caribbean Awning continues to support Education in St. Lucia
  • US Virgin Islands hosts vaccine fete
  • Dominica considering acquiring majority shares in DOMLEC
  • The new head of FLOW for Barbados/Eastern Caribbean
  • Susanna O’Sullivan new C&W vice-president for the northern Caribbean
  • International cricket returns to St. Kitts
  • Melinda Gates rented island off Grenada to avoid press
  • Dominica’s Green Innovation Summit
  • NCB Foundation in Jamaica pledges $2.5m to St. Vincent
  • Trinidad Trade Minister meets new Chamber president
  • $50m contract for a green energy plant in Dominica
  • St. Kitts PM thanks Zuliana family for hotel investment

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Do have a productive day.
Bernard Fanis