The Caribbean Investment Forum Presents A New Period of Transformation for the Region

  • Caribbean Investment Forum (CIF) focused on building a SMARTer, GREENer Caribbean
  • The event seeks to attract over 450 enterprises and investors
  • CIF to take place in Trinidad and Tobago over the period 8-11th November 2022

Start any conversation with anybody, anywhere in the World, and ask “What comes to mind when you hear, The Caribbean”? Invariably, they envisage white sand beaches, cruise ships, Pina Colada’s, reggae music and by extension Bob Marley, food, weddings…back to the beaches.

The region has long held its identity as a tourism juggernaut in the global travel industry.

While it is an identity that will continue to benefit Caribbean Communities for decades to come, over the past few years regional leaders have made distinct decisions that build Brand Caribbean’s assets beyond beaches and beers into more sustainable industries of commerce.

With the COVID-19 pandemic entering its 3rd year, Caribbean leaders are urgently moved to action opportunities that support the sustainable development of island communities.

The Caribbean Investment Forum is a high-level business-focused event designed to present and explore these investment opportunities across the region. The regional forum is organized by the Caribbean Export Development Agency in collaboration with the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, CARICOM, the Caribbean Development Bank, the Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies and with the support of the European Union.

Taking place, the 8-11th of November 2022, at the Hyatt Regency in Trinidad and Tobago, it is a launching pad for thought leaders keen on accruing the benefits of first-mover advantages in this developing space. The Caribbean Investment Forum connects key regional decision-makers, innovators, and entrepreneurs with the World’s most influential investors.

Under the theme Building A SMARTer, GREENer, Caribbean, stakeholders learn and explore some of the most attractive investment opportunities in technology, agriculture, renewable energy, and innovation; Projects that will improve the lives of over 30 Million Caribbean People in the 23 Countries across the Region and in the global diaspora.

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