Launching a successful business begins with a good idea, the boldness to act on it, and then the hard work.
Canada’s High Commissioner to Trinidad & Tobago, Carla Hogan Rufelds, and senior trade commissioner, Andrew Maharaj, come in to talk about a 7-year, Canadian $20 million support programme (financing, expertise and access to markets) for Caribbean start-ups.

The Secretariat Head of the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce, Devernan Kowlessar, and professor Anthony Gonzales, an expert in international economics at the University of the West Indies, analyse the recent revived move by regional leaders toward the Caricom Single Market and Economy (CSME).

And with ‘personalised nutrition’ listed by Inc.com among the “8 industries with tremendous potential for growth in 2019”, registered dietician, Shanice Charles, tells of recognising the need in 2016, for Dear Diet, which caters to people living with kidney, and so-called lifestyle diseases such as diabetes.