This week's Lunch&Learn will be presented by BDO Limited on the topic of Financial Management. All members of the public are invited to attend all Lunch&Learns.
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The Caribbean Tourism Health Safety Training Series ‘Covid-19 Health Guidelines For Reopening Hospitality Sector Training’.
Ahead of the G20 summit in Saudi Arabia, which includes a dedicated tourism segment, the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), as the two parties work together to restart global tourism.
BVICCHA's Member-2-Member Discounts are a great way to draw more attention to your business both offline and online. Companies that offer discounts will receive publicity in the Chamber’s newsletter, ChamberNews, and have their business published on the Chamber’s website. There is NO cost to participate in the Member-to-Member Discount Program.
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The cash-strapped regional airline LIAT, which is undergoing a restructuring programme, is likely to return to the skies in November, a senior government minister has said here.
In keeping with the Day’s focus on the impact that disasters have on people’s lives and well-being, this year’s theme is about conveying the message that many disasters can be avoided or prevented if there are disaster risk reduction strategies in place to manage and reduce existing levels of risk and to avoid the creation of new risk and that these must be fully cognizant and sensitive to the systemic, complex and concatenated nature of much disaster risk today. What that amounts to is “good disaster risk governance” and this will require continuous evolution and improvement in the risk management systems available to different countries.