Barbados Works seeks to create and build awareness in major Canadian cities that Barbados is a premier location to conduct inter-national business. This objective addresses the Association's man-date to promote trade and business between Canada and Barbados.
Barbados Works also seeks to provide opportunities for members and other delegates to network and make contacts with potential Canadian business partners.
Each year, the planning team reviews and assesses the previous promotion in order that modifications can be made to effect real improvements to the upcoming promotion. This effective review process has served Barbados Works well particularly in the format used to present information.
The promotion starts with a plenary session that alternates between video segments on topics related to Barbados' infrastructure, history and lifestyle, and live presentations that provide the "nuts and bolts" of doing business in Barbados. This broad-based and more dynamic approach not only entertains, but also informs and provides strong visual imagery of the island itself.
The CBBA continues to provide exceptional opportunities for you to meet with other service providers, potential Canadian investors and trade partners.
CBBA SEMINAR TOPICSInternational Tax Planning
- A Barbados Perspective
A review of the Barbados fiscal environment including an overview of Barbados international tax related developments and tax planning from a Barbadian and Canadian perspective.
Private Wealth Planning
International Structuring for
Each seminar is repeated so that attendees will have an opportunity to attend at least two different sessions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The CBBA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to organize, promote and conduct fora and other meetings of Canadian and Barbadian business professionals with interests in trade, investment and tourism between the two countries.
Both private and public sectors of Canada and Barbados are represented in the membership of the Association.
The Canadian High Commissioner is the honorary chairperson of the CBBA.
CONTACT USFor additional information, please contact:
The CBBA Secretariat
Suite 403, Third Floor
Norman Centre, Broad Street
Telephone: (246) 430-0959
Fax: (246) 228-0462