Commercial Enterprise bill yielding significant dividends

The highly controversial Commercial Enterprise Bill that passed last year is yielding significant dividends in turning the tide in a turbulent economy, according to Attorney General. Senator Carl Bethel said the bill is already proving to be a success, with several applications having been approved for high-tech projects. Another large project, he said – when […]

Bahamians not first choice for employment in construction industry

The predominantly Chinese workforce of China Construction America (CCA) has prompted the head of the Bahamas Contractors Association (BCA) to lobby the government to “look out more” for Bahamians when it comes to securing construction job. In an interview with Eyewitness News Online, BCA President Leonard Sands said, “Who should be looking out for Bahamians […]

S9 is here!

Samsung Electronics has officially launched the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in stores around The Bahamas, with the company’s latest flagship smartphones on shelves as of Friday, April 6. Terry Weech, sales manager for Latin America said, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ introduce an array of innovative features to the Galaxy series. “We are excited […]

Florida ride service for Bahamians by Bahamians

Bahamians supporting Bahamians is the thinking behind Homeboy – a new ride company aimed at providing transportation services for Bahamians travelling abroad, particularly to south Florida. Vice President and Chief Executive Officer Rodney Collie said, Homeboy is a fully Bahamian-owned company, using only Bahamian drivers and offering services to make the lives of Bahamians easier. […]

Millennial Entrepreneurial Expo hailed a success by organisers

Dozens of Bahamian entrepreneurs marketed their products and services at the first ever Millennial Entrepreneurial Expo (MEE) 2018 held at St. Johns College Auditorium over the weekend. The brainchild of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Trevents Audio Visuals & Events Clayton Panza, the expo was designed to expose entrepreneurs to vital information needed to expand […]

Gamers association defends industry, says EU blacklisting a political issue

The head of the body representing local gaming companies on Tuesday defended the industry against notions that it was responsible for The Bahamas’ recent blacklisting by the European Union (EU). Bahamas Gaming Operators Association (BGOA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Gershan Major, expressed concern over what the association chief said, are repeated stories that have been […]