BVI Chamber of Commerce
Remember, you do not have to be a member of Republic Bank in order to participate! All women entrepreneurs in business at least 2 years are welcome!!
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.
To join, see the online form on the BVICCHA's website.
Below are the available Member-2-Member Deals. Click the images to see more.
Did you miss it? No problem! Click the link button to view. Please remember that this is an essential plan for the future of our territory! Take the survey, let your voice and opinion be heard at http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NSDP2021 . If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the team at nationalplanBVI@gov.vg.
As you may already know, Haiti has experienced a major earthquake on Saturday, August 14th. CARICHAM got in contact with Béatrice Ilias, Executive Director of the Haiti Chamber. You will find attached the list of immediate needs. However, Béatrice indicated that there is a strong need for tarpaulins and tents.
Please note that all shipments should be addressed to:
Direction Générale de la Protection Civile - Haiti
Angle rue Clercine 18 et Boulevard Toussaint Louverture, Tabarre, Haiti
We kindly ask you to inform Béatrice when shipping.
CARICHAM also encourages the use of supplies already available in the country via local companies to support them and help to speed the economic recovery process.
We thank you all for your support and remain available if you have any questions or concerns.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Cinthia Jeremy, CARICHAM Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Of the millions of people clogging airport security lines, passport control, and gate areas, one crowd is still largely missing: business travelers. Their absence is noteworthy because they are a key source of revenue and profit, underpinning a record-breaking stretch of financial gain for airlines that ended with the coronavirus.