A new company is seeking to make it a whole lot easier for customers to not only find providers of a wide range of services and products but also to get quotations from multiple providers in real time. Chief Executive Officer of Easy Quote Info, Mark Foster says the new online service is only five […]
It’s Wednesday so of course, we feature one of the clients of the Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme. Tonight we look at a business taking a unique approach to fitness.
Young people in Barbados are serious about their education but want to see changes made to how they are being taught. This was the general consensus coming out of a recording of the programme youth speaks, which looked at confronting the social issues impacting education for an economically sustainable region.
In light of the current challenges facing importers during the transition to the ASYCUDA World system, the newly appointed Comptroller of Customs Owen Holder will be taking some tough questions from the business community next week. As we hear in this report from Lisa Lorde, Mr. Holder is the featured speaker for the upcoming Barbados […]
Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has called on the international community to create a level playing field when it comes to fair access to markets for developing countries. She made the impassioned plea during a powerful speech as she delivered the 16th Raul Prebisch lecture at the United Nations conference on trade and development forum […]
An educator believes Barbados needs to adopt a different strategy for teaching children to read. That’s the view of a former UK based educator, who now operates in Barbados, Heather Joy Sharon. Ms Sharon runs J.S Consultancy Services, which is currently conducting a four day training session to teach educators to deliver effective reading lessons. […]