Caribbean Business Report for 25th November 2019 – Just one month to go for Christmas

It’s the week after a fire devastated a few businesses in the city centre. Thankfully no lives were lost.This is a big week with the Chamber of ‘Commerce holding its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday. There is also a big car show planned for this Saturday at the Landings as well. And talking about cars – Beachcomber has your favorite color for the Toyota Rush. See the ad in the CBR.


And still on the theme of colors, Harris Paints has a deal that you have to take advantage of TODAY and Tuesday. See complete ad in the CBR.

The sale is on at Color World and Bois d’Orange 8am to 5pm and at  Marisule store from 8am – 8pm

There are  few video clips in the CBR today – including – a product created to remove mold spores from you home or building; Massy Stores has been granting Christmas wishes to a number of organisations locally; WLBL-DBC donated a view bikes to the police and the Chief Executive Officer of Invest Saint Lucia has been talking about the south. All our videos will also be at
In the meantime here are this week’s business headlines.

  • Invest Saint Lucia CEO’s promise: “The South Shall Rise Again!”
  • Sabina Valmont: SBA’s success will depend on strategic partnerships
  • Chamber of Commerce holds AGM on Wednesday  
  • PM and Chair of CARICOM engage US Financial Services Committee
  • WLBL/DBC hands over 6 bikes to Police Patrol Unit
  • Massy Stores’ first ever “Christmas Come Early” donations
  • SLTA woos sister Caribbean nationals through Caribcation Roadshow
  • ECObiotix promises aggressive mold removal
  • The OECS becomes the 34th member of the GGGI
  • Review of National ICT Policy and Sectoral Strategy taking place today
  • Chamber comments on devastating William Peter Blvd fire
  • Mayor commends fire fighters for heroic response
  • Digicel launches “Shake to Win Christmas Promotion”
  • IICA drives efforts to control a devastating disease affecting citrus in St. Lucia
  • St. Lucia profiled in International Swimmers calendar
  • OECS/USAID seeking to improve the reading levels of children
  • SALCC students exhibit business ideas for GEW 2019
  • 8th Annual Mango Bowl Regatta kicks off this Friday
  • St. Lucian in International Mixology challenge
  • Deadline for Blockchain Challenge extended to December 8th

To advertise in the Caribbean Business Report call Gilbert Hector at 722-2165 or email
Do have a productive week.

Bernard Fanis