FEBRUARY 21, 2020 – The Government of Canada is injecting an additional CAD$6 million to the Compete Caribbean Partnership Facility (Compete Caribbean) to boost private sector growth in the blue economy.
This Community-Based Tourism toolkit will help emerging CBT enterprises develop their businesses. Click to watch the below webinar about Community-Based Tourism Cluster development or download the associated powerpoint presentation. COMMUNITY TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TOURISM ASSET INVENTORY Template to prepare an inventory of tourism assets CBT DIAGNOSTIC TOOL A frame of reference to assess the community’s capacity …
AWARDS: USD100,000 to USD400,000 intechnical assistance grants. Call for tourism or agri-tourism clusters to increase spending on community-based experiences and sustainable food chains, with $400,000 in awards for grant funding.
On October 10th, and as part of a wider program to stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation in Belize around topics related to social issues, an event entitled: “Change dah Story – Ideas for Change” was held in Belize City.
UNLEASHING GROWTH THROUGH INNOVATION IN BELIZE Officials from the Economic Development Council and the Central Information Technology Office, private sector representatives, and the Inter-American Development Bank discussed supporting an innovation eco-system in Belize to promote dynamic growth in the country.
LET’S CREATE SOLUTIONS TOGETHER! Call for Caribbean Corporates The Compete Caribbean Partnership Facility (CCPF) in partnership with IDB Invest invites your firm to participate in our Corporate Venturing Pilot. To get started, you simply need to submit an application outlining challenges (either problems faced at your firm or unrealized opportunities your firm wishes to pursue) …
LAST CALL! Final deadline now Feb 27, 2019! Join us to design the future of the creative industries.