In Case You Missed It: The Prime Minister’s Business Outlook 2021 Address

Prime Minister, Dr. the Most Hounourable, Hubert Minnis, served as the opening speaker at the 30th Annual Bahamas Business Outlook 2021 event held on January 14th, 2021.


Eliminating the information deficit for EU trade under the EPA

Since the signing of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the CARIFORUM States and the EU and its Member States in 2008, one of the obstacles in the way of implementation has been an “information deficit” regarding awareness of the opportunities and benefits of the Agreement.


A Call for Feedback: the ITC (UN/WTO) wants to hear from businesses on the impact of BREXIT on regional trade

The International Trade Centre (ITC) is conducting a survey to generate feedback from regional companies to determine the impact of BREXIT on regional trade as a part of the UKTP-CARIFORUM project to empower more businesses to engage in trade and expand existing trade activities.


The TradeComm II Programme’s efforts to develop a national export strategy for the trade of rum.

The Ministry of Financial Services, Trade & Industry, and Immigration is actively engaged with this programme to develop a strategy to significantly increase rum exports from the Bahamas. The objective is to decrease bureaucracy, address market intelligence gaps, remove logistical constraints, and provide vital information to exporters so that they are equipped for success.


From artist to entrepreneur: A conversation with jeweller Darcy Moss on her journey as a local manufacturer

We sat down with Darcy Moss, owner of Darcy Antonia Jewelry, as she shared her experience and insight into the opportunities and challenges of being a Bahamian jewelry manufacturer. “I didn’t always think of myself as an entrepreneur,” says Darcy.