Business Seminar: Building growth and resilience internationally
We are honoured to have Mr G. Anthony King, longstanding business executive and director on the boards of several prominent companies, as our chair for the event and the speakers will include Lord Ahmad, the British Foreign Office Minister for the Caribbean.
There is no shortage of proposals and ideas to assist in the economic development of Barbados. However, achieving diversification and building resilience as means of driving growth can be elusive.
Taking an international perspective, we are keen to support you with a fresh look at the opportunities for growth and the structures that are open to you. Amongst other things, the team will consider:
- Strategic partnering and the use of M&A and joint ventures
- Raising capital internationally
- Recent changes to international trade and development policies and the implications for Barbados
- We will also discuss how international partnerships can be managed and means of resolving disputes.
Charles Russell Speechlys and the Caribbean Council have supported Caribbean corporates and governments for a number of years to encourage growth in the region. Our wealth of experience, together with our local network, means that we have a strong understanding of the culture and how to take advantage of opportunities relevant to Barbados. We are pleased to be joined at this event by Lord Ahmad, Mr King and the award-winning international accountancy firm, Price Bailey.
To register your interest to attend this event, please click the register button below or contact our Events Team for further information.
Date / Time: 29 September 2017 / 08:00 - 11:30
Hilton Barbados Resort
St Michael BB11000
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