2018 Certified Workshop Programme, Barbados

Following the 3 successful, well attended, workshops in June 2017 CARI-TaRG is planning to host a further 3 certificated workshops in 2018.

19th September - Preventing a Toxic Workplace - Opening address by Mr Craig Fulton, Deputy British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean
20th September - Trust Leadership/Mediation in the Workplace
- Opening address by Senator Lynette Holder, CEO Small Business Association

21st September - Barbados Sexual Harassment Act 2017
Opening address by The Honourable Colin E. Jordan MP, Minister of Labour and Social Partnership Relations. Keynote Speaker Ms Ella N. Hoyos, Attorney-at-Law/Mediator/Arbitrator, Rockley Law Group

Venue: Accra Beach Hotel, Rockley, Christ Church, Barbados

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The Foundation's major objective is to develop and implement an entrepreneurial eco-system to assist entrepreneurs to develop themselves, innovate and partner with other enterprises.

Economies need entrepreneurs as they are the life blood of a business orientated society. Enterprises that are started by entrepreneurs add to the competitive spirit of the economy, as existing enterprises are forced to compete with the ideas and methods of newer firms and come up with more efficient business strategies.

Micro/Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a crucial role in realising the objectives of economic development strategies of many countries and are considered as vital engines for growth and job creation, However, competitiveness can be affected by:

  • Limited exploitation of international opportunities.
  • Limited access to support infrastructure.
  • Limited financial capacity.
  • Limited access to training.

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