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Friday 30th November 2012 10:00 AM
Speed Week Lunch Time Beach Party Albany Lunch-time Beach Party The event, once the supreme highlight of Nassau's social calendar, was revived last year after a 46-year hiatus and this year's plans are far more ambitious. For Alexandra Maillis-Lynch, whose company, Alexandra's, is providing all catering and coordination services for the VIP Paddock Club, Speed Week has spawned new equipment, office space rental and given birth to a related business -- event management with a high-end twist. "Speed Week is an exciting project that I hope keeps growing and growing, spilling over into other areas," said Maillis-Lynch, who expects to have a staff of more than 30 working during the event. As a direct result of Speed Week, she rented office space in historic Nassau, purchased new equipment -- and most significantly, started a related business in high-end event management. "I like major projects like this," she says, "I find it thrilling." Crispin Cleare, whose company C Cube Seating, has the contract for bleachers to seat up to 5,000 spectators, a media platform and more than 25,000 square feet of tenting, said he'll have about two dozen workers on site throughout the event. TICKET OPTIONS The Gold Pass Envelope ($1,250.00) -Tickets for our two top events for two people on Saturday, December, 1st and Sunday, December 2nd. The PICTET SPEED WEEK GALA at the Sheraton and Weekend VIP PADDOCK CLUB Membership. The Race Lover’s Two-Day Weekend Paddock Pass - ($400.00 per person or $750.00 for two) Saturday and/or Sunday. One price whether you attend one or both days. The Champions Table (dine with one of our race car champions) - $4,000.00 for eight people plus a champion race car driver, either Mr. & Mrs. Derek Bell or Mr. & Mrs. Brian Redman. Sir Stirling & Lady Susie Moss Table - ($5,000.00): Eight people can share their table at the Pictet Speed Week Gala with Speed Week hosts, Sir Stirling & Lady Susie Moss. Ticket purchase: www.bahamasspeedweekshop.com OR 242.394.0677. All major credit cards accepted. The first 100 will be entered in a drawing to win a circuit drive with Sir Stirling Moss (video included). Click HERE to view Car Sheet 2012 Click HERE to view Calender of Events 2012 ClickHERE to view Speed Week Bifold Brochure 2012
Nassau, Bahamas - The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and the Employer's Confederation invite you to the Arawak Port Development Luncheon & Forum on August 10th, 2011 at the Sheraton Nassau Cable Beach convention center.
Wednesday 8th May 2013 12:30 PM
Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce invites you to the May Business Meeting Wednesday, May 8th, 2013, 12:30pm Coral Reef Room, Pelican Bay Hotel President of Super Wash, Chairman and Director of numerous boards, Mr. Dionisio D'Aguilar will speak on Wednesday at the Chamber monthly business luncheon at the Pelican Bay hotel. "Mr. D'Aguilar will be speaking on the subject 'The Freeport Model - Obsolete, Relic or Untapped Opportunity?" explained GB Chamber President Barry Malcolm. "We are looking forward to hearing this very progressive Bahamian's views on the Port, as we all have our opinions and its good to know other business persons thoughts and visions." D'Aguliar has recently been quite vocal in the media recently with respect to his concerns over the current government work permit issues and how it will effect the economy in The Bahamas as well as recent downgrades by economic advisors. The Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) is encouraging as many businesses and their staff to attend the luncheon. Bookings can be made via the Chamber offices by calling them at 352-8329 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Seasoned business leaders and financial experts including The Hon. Zhivargo Laing, Minister of State for Finance; Mr. Jerome Gomez, Fund Administrator of The Bahamas Entrepreneurial Venture Fund and a principal in the chartered accounting firm Baker Tilly Gomez; Mr. Dionisio D’Aguilar, Immediate Past President of The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and President of Super Wash Laundromat and Chairman of AML Holdings Ltd. formerly known as Abaco Markets; and Mr. Tennyson Wells, President of Sanctuary Investments Ltd, (The Owners of Yuma Estates, Lyford Hills and South Seas Land Developments); tops the lists of speakers slated to address The 2009 Visionary Business Leaders & Entrepreneurs Awards Conference.
Thursday 6th June 2013 8:00 AM
Workshop 6 Steps to a Thriving Business June 6th,2013 8:00am - 4:30pm British Colonial Hilton Workshop 6 Steps to a Thriving Business Are you working harder than your employees and earning less? Finding it hard to get to the next level in your business? Looking for new way to improve your business? In this action-packed event you will discover... *The "6 Steps" to building a better, more profitable business *How to work "ON" your business and not "IN" your business *The only '5 ways' to increase your profits massively *How to build a commercial, profitable enterprise that works... without you Investment: US$397. Including lunch and workbook.
Monday 12th September 2011 9:00 AM
The International Labour Organization recognizing the need to strengthen Caribbean economies have introduced throughout the region a skills training program for Small and Medium Enterprises as well as entrepreneurs who want to grow, expand and sustain their business. For one full week, beginning September 12-16, 2011 in Freeport Grand Bahama at Sunrise Resort & Marina, Regional Consultants will conduct impactful Training Seminars equipping participants with the essential competencies to manage successful organizations. This 40 hour training program has been offered for $600 US in other countries, but is being offered through the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation Chamber Institute for $139.00 US per BCCEC Member, $179.00 US per non-member which includes lunch each day, program material, free consultancy services for your business, the actual training for the week and certification at the end of the program. Recession proof companies are those businesses, large or small, who understand how to maneuver skillfully in challenging economic times. Examine for a while the small minority of small and medium Bahamian businesses that have survived the last 50 years. The statistics tell us clearly that in 2010 over 1700 small and medium sized businesses FAILED and CLOSED their doors of operation. While we look on the sidelines and declare that this will not happen to our businesses, this sad commentary has become the reality for many of our comrades.
Thursday 25th April 2013 8:00 AM
"Positioning Eleuthera for Revitalization Through Engagement and Productivity" 1st Annual Eleuthera Business Outlook Thursday April 25th, 2013 Register today! www.tclevents.com The Premier Business conference in The Bahamas, Business Outlook seeks to expand the horizon of the business community through powerful presentations from leaders in the field. The Leon Levy Preserve, Governors Harbour, Registration $100, Includes presentations, and lunch.
Saturday 1st September 2012 9:00 AM
Professional Business Writing Sept 1 (9 a.m.-1 p.m.) 1. All programs are full day programs (9am-4pm) with morning break and lunch provided 2. The fall special rate for each CI program is $129 BCCEC members and $159 non members 3. Ways to save: early bird registration (day of posting-5% off), register 3 or more (7%), Customize sessions for 15 or more employees (10% off) Chamber Institute Business Development Programs Fall 2012 (September-November) The Bahamas Chamber Of Commerce and Employers Confederation functions primarily through its Standing Committees which parallel the areas of responsibility of the Government Ministries. The Committees meet regularly to discuss problems and general matters of concern within their scope of reference. Recommendations are forwarded to the Government on a regular basis; likewise, when approached by the Government for private sector input, the Chamber's Board of Directors consults with the appropriate Chamber Committee(s). As The Bahamas continues to keep pace with the many opportunities and challenges presented by globalization, trade liberalization, the need for improved education, and the varied concerns of crime and increasing energy costs, we in The Chamber through our various Standing Committees and Boards will continue to partner with the business community, Government and NGO’s as well as hold business and educational seminars on key issues of importance in order to continue to improve the economic, social and moral fabric of this great nation we call The Bahamas.