Bahamas Business Outlook slated for second week in January

Bahamas Business Outlook slated for second week in January
Back Row L-R: Zhivargo Laing, Moderator and Radio Talk Show Host for 'Z-Live Off The Record'; Lawrence Bascom, Private Equity Investor; Philip Holdom, Chief Technology Officer, Sustainable Energy Limited. Front Row L-R: Carlos Palacious, Director of Operations, Caribbean Coastal Services; Joan Albury, TCL Group President, Founder and Chief Organizer for Business Outlook Series; Kay-Andra Gardiner, VP and Director of Sales, Zamar Group Companies Limited and Zev Crystal, CEO, Sustainable Energy Limited at the 2018 Bahamas Business Outlook

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The 29th Bahamas Business Outlook (BBO) will take place at Baha Mar Resort on January 16 with Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis as keynote speaker.

The theme for this session is “A New Era: Resilience in the Face of Vulnerability”.

Event founder and president of TCL Group, Joan Albury underscored importance of the event in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

“The Bahamas Business Outlook Series is dedicated to bringing together key players from across the economic and social spectrums to give insight into the challenges and opportunities of the New Year,” Albury said in a press statement.

“Many in the business community take away information gleaned from the forum to assess and trim their plans for the year.”

“It is always important to learn of the government’s plans for the year and beyond and who better to hear from than the government leader. We are very grateful that Prime Minister Minnis has confirmed his intention to participate on January 16.

She continued: “We will announce the rest of a very carefully selected speaker slate very shortly.

“To us at TCL Group, the 2020 Bahamas Business Outlook will be the most important to date, hence the theme “A New Era: Resilience in the Face of Vulnerability”.

The entire world is moving into a new era, where global trade trends are bound to bring some significant changes. Because of the profound impact of Hurricane Dorian, the changes for us are likely to be radical.”

Albury added: “However, with change comes opportunity and we Bahamians have demonstrated remarkable resilience over the years, especially when the chips are down.”