As the Voice of Business, the Chamber is interested in hearing your current concerns, issues, etc. in light of the recent events and atmosphere of the territory.
The main topic of discussion is our business & economic recovery: concerns & solutions.
OECS is working with Chambers across the region to have a series of consultations/dialogues with the Manufacturing Sector in member/associate member states. On Friday, 30 July, at 10 AM, the BVICCHA’s Executive Director, Keiyia J. George, will speak with representatives from the OECS and Montserrat.
This is a great opportunity to meet, network, and hear from others for the benefit of the entire region.
Please register via the link below and share it with other businesses/people who are makers/manufacturers/service providers (or want to be) in the Virgin Islands.
- Adagio Dance Studio Inc.
- Advertise It BVI
- Analytyx Accounting Solutions
- Building Blocks
- Caribbean Arbitrators
- Caribbean Mountain Coffee
- Fresh Mango Technologies Limited
- Golden Journey Concierge Services
- Green VI
- Marine Max Vacations Ltd.
- Mosquito Hill Holdings Ltd
- Paradise Unlimited
- Save A Life CPR + First Aid Training
- Silk Legal (BVI) Inc
- The Bookshelf
- The Chill Zone
- T'Jara's Natural Beauty
- VI Customs Brokers & Logistics
- VI Motors
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.
Encouraging employees to vaccinate can be challenging, but one which has tremendous public health benefits as well as continuing to safeguard your business and our industry. Doing so requires overcoming barriers of awareness, availability, and (sometimes) vaccine hesitancy.
Join us for an exchange session as we share best practices on vaccine awareness campaigns from destinations and businesses that have successfully turned challenges into opportunities.
The CTO is encouraged by the data from our member countries, who have worked tirelessly to contain the coronavirus and reopen their economies.
In the next Caribbean Economic Forum, we will discuss “Transitioning the Private Sector” and how it solves the region's key economic problems of high unemployment, spiraling debt, and declining growth. The discussion, moderated by Toni Thorne, will focus on the measures instituted to adapt to a new business environment, plans for expansion, embracing regionalism and stakeholder capitalism, and how the private sector will tackle challenges and forestall the predictions that the Caribbean could become the poorest region in the world in a few decades.
As the Region continues to face unprecedented challenges due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Caribbean Export recognizes that prioritizing private sector development via innovation and enhanced competitiveness is essential to building the resilient Caribbean. To be successful, boosting trade, investment, and strengthening existing partnerships will be vital.