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BTMI Chairman, Alvin Jemmott

Barbados’ tourism sector broke a 25-year record during the first quarter of 2015 to reach 171,471 long stay arrivals.

BTMI Chairman, Alvin Jemmott, noted that there were record arrivals in each of the first three months of 2015 and extended his congratulations to all industry workers and partners for their steadfast efforts on behalf of the destination.

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West Indies veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul’s long Test career looks over, with the 40-year-old reportedly to be overlooked for next month’s two matches against Australia.

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There was no doubt that Prime Minister Hon Freundel Stuart was encouraged and happy with what he saw when he visited exhibitors at The Barbados Manufacturers’ Exhibition (BMEX).

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The Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre will this weekend be transformed into a hive of activity as The Barbados Manufacturers Exhibition (BMEX) takes every floor “to a different level”.

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Becoming export ready should no longer be an issue for six (6) Barbadian firms in the services sector which participated in the Services Go Global (SGG) Trainer Certification Programme, conducted by The Barbados Coalition of Services Industries (BCSI) and the Caribbean Network of Services Coalitions (CNSC).

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Cable and Wireless Communications (C&W) has begun to test drone technology that would help expedite network and connectivity restoration in the aftermath of natural disasters such as a hurricane or a tropical storm.

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The Grenada-Cathy John exhibit at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015 named ‘Pure Grenada’s Rainforest’ has won a Gold Medal.

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