Putting Big Business Tools in Small Business Hands

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October 12, 2017

The entire month of October is being recognized as Small Business month at BTC.

The company is collaborating with the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and several businesses for the month of activities.

“There are many big businesses in this country that started off as just a dream, just an idea of a new possibility.

BTC is aware that small businesses comprise nearly 80% of the business community in this country, and we thought it fitting to adequately address the needs of this growing sector.

We are very focused on ensuring that we provide a successful platform for businesses,” said Carlyle Roberts, Vice President for Business Solutions.

“We are focusing on mobility and we’ve put together some big business tools to assist our small businesses.”

During the month of October, BTC small business customers will be able to take advantage of the company’s new WiFi dongles, Samsung LTE tablets and a variety of bundles.

With the WiFi dongles, SMB’s can operate their businesses anywhere they are.

BTC is also offering Samsung LTE tablets.

“We’ve found that a number of small business customers are taking advantage of these new tablets, and are using them as point of sales machines,” Roberts continued.

BTC will also offer special rates when customers bundle their services.

“Small business customers can enjoy special savings of up to 40% when signing up for products and services.”

The company is making it easy for small businesses to sign up and take advantage of these offers.

By contacting the BTC Business Solutions office at 302-7700, customers can make an appointment for a customer sales representative to come to them.

BTC has partnered with The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce, First Caribbean International Bank, Cost Right and Protech Security.

There are a number of events planned for the month, which will climax with a Small Business Pop-Up Fair at First Caribbean Bank at the Mall at Marathon on October 27th.

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.

BTC and its partners for Small Business Month. Edison Sumner (CEO – Bahamas Chamber of Commerce), Leron Williams (CEO – Protech Security, Carlyle Roberts (BTC VP for Business), Dekera Joseph (Small Business Manager, First Caribbean International Bank), Sherrell Storr (Consultant – Bahamas Chamber of Commerce) and Paul Bartlett (Manager, First Caribbean International Bank)

News date : 10/12/2017    Category : About Bahamians, Business, Press Releases

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