Caribbean Business Report for 28th October 2019

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October 28th is International Creole Day – Jounen Kweyol in St. Lucia is celebrated the last Sunday of October. Congratulations to Vieux-Fort, Choiseul and Gros Islet for being the main hosts.There were multiple venues around the island joining the Jounen Kweyol Spirit. A number of corporate entities were also engaged in the national celebrations culminating on the final Friday of October, serving local treats and entertainment. 

If you’ve missed it the exhibition by the 2019 Cultural Icon Vincent Eudovic ends today/Tuesday  – its on the second floor at the Bay Walk Mall. Open until 6:00pm.. Please visit if you can.
In the meantime here are this week’s headlines:

  • Cruise lines sign MOU to build new cruise port in the south
  • May excited about development prospects for Castries
  • ECFH promises more engagement after successful shareholders seminar
  • Vote now for the Business Awards’ “People’s Choice”
  • Joseph Eudovic Sculpture Exhibition ends Tuesday at 6:00pm
  • SRDF holds stakeholder meeting in response to crime surge
  • Anse-la-Raye celebrates, Glittering Sands, its latest Village Tourism Project
  • The UWI is now a member of the Global Resilience Research Network
  • Bank of Saint Lucia supports entrepreneurs and “Fèsten Jwé Manmay”
  • FICS celebrates St. Lucian Culture and the Kweyol Language
  • Five day workshop to help strengthen employment services in Saint Lucia
  • Levern Spencer warmly welcomed home by the SLHTA
  • US-China Trade War affecting issuance of Drivers’ Licenses
  • Export St Lucia explores new possibilities for Black Bay farmers
  • Edinburg Napier University info session Thursday October 30th 
  • All you need to know about Intellectual Property. Register now. It’s Free!
  • Youth gain film making skills and environmental knowledge
  • Jade Mountain and Anse Chastanet Earn Travelife Gold Recertification

In the meantime do have a productive week.To advertise in the Caribbean Business Report or Calabash TV contact Gilbert Hector at 758-733-2165.
 Rgds
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Bernard Fanis