Discover the wealth of investment opportunities in the Caribbean.
The creation of a border-zone industrial park on the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic supports the sustainable increased economic activity and impact for both countries including job creation. This publication looks at investment opportunities at the Haiti-Dominican Republic border.
Opportunities at the Haiti-Dominican Republic Border Zone
This publication provides information on the agriculture sector and investment opportunity for each CARICOM Member State.
Investing in CARICOM’s agriculture sector is investing in the food and nutrition security of the region.
Discover the multitude of investment opportunities in the Caribbean’s agricultural sector.
This publication highlights the activities and initiatives implemented by Caribbean Export as we seek to build business, transform lives for a resilient Caribbean.
Whether you are considering a new investment or you are seeking to expand existing operations, the Caribbean is the ideal location for your business.
The tradeshow is over. Now what? There are a number of key issues to address including determining whether the event was beneficial to your business.
Good execution is fundamental to tradeshow success.
Achieving success at a tradeshow is reliant on good planning, and this publication provides you with the pre-show steps for success.
At the Absolutely Caribbean Virtual Expo 2020 you’ll discover the range of products and services that can be sourced from the region. Focusing on natural products and nutraceuticals, sauces and condiments and alcoholic beverage, we’ve hand selected over 50 of the most innovative companies from the Caribbean.
There has been a growing trend for Caribbean food, beverages and natural products across Europe and as consumer demands continue to grow there is huge potential for European buyers.
The Absolutely Caribbean Virtual Expo takes place on 17 – 18th November, 2020.
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Case Study: The Protection of a Business’ Intellectual Property.
The potential of Article 16 in contributing to dynamic cultural exchanges with long-lasting effects in both developed and developing countries is evident but its actual implementation and impact on the ground remain underdeveloped and underexplored. This study conducted by Mira Burri and Keith Nurse, which examines the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) concluded in October 2008 between the European Union (EU) and CARIFORUM States, seeks to fill this gap.