October 12, 2017
BTC has kicked off a new Junior Achievement year with eighty bright and budding entrepeneurs from high schools across New Providence.
This year’s company chose the name “BTC PULL UP”. The acronym means, Progressive Unified Leaders Living Under Purpose.
Executive Advisor Keva Bridgewater said, “We are looking forward to an exciting year with our new students.
Our aim is to exceed everyone’s expectations, and finish as Company of The Year.” The company will open its doors to the parents of the young stockholders on October 24th at the BCPOU Hall.
This will give parents an opportunity to meet the Advisors and the Student Executive Board.
“BTC PULL UP” has also recently elected their President, Nah-Shan Rahming from Akhepran International Academy.
Elections for the other executive board members commence next week followed by a discussion of products or services to be offered this year.
Junior Achievement Company, “BTC PULL UP”, participating in the National Youth March.
ABOUT BTC: BTC is the first quad play provider in The Bahamas. The company offers a full suite of landline, internet, mobile and television services allowing customers to stay connected throughout The Bahamas. BTC is deeply rooted in community and supports a wide range of culture, youth, education and sporting initiatives. These include Junkanoo, Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, IAAF/BTC World Relays and CARIFTA. BTC maintains a four year scholarship program with The University of The Bahamas and provides funding for the University’s endowment fund. Just recently, the company signed an agreement for the establishment of an Innovation Lab at the University. The company is jointly owned by Liberty Global and The Government of The Bahamas.