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Panel: Country ‘Desperate’ For Driven Professionals


A panel of industry leaders claimed that The Bahamas is “desperate” for bright, driven young professionals, while highlighting opportunities within underdeveloped sectors.

“The country has the right to expect more from you,” stated businessman Franklyn Wilson of young Bahamians, while encouraging them to take advantage of entrepreneurship and overlapping opportunities within the tourism, services, and agriculture industries.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 13:36

Stakeholders Plan To ‘Overhaul’ Tourism Model


Key tourism stakeholders have been meeting with professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) to help define what the prime minister has described as a plan to “overhaul” how this country promotes and develops its tourism product, in light of “changing dynamics” in the industry.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 13:35

Help Shape Young Minds


Help Shape Young Minds and Appreciation for Connection Between Environment and Tourism

Far too many young Bahamians lack an appreciation for our precious environment and how it relates to all aspects of life in The Bahamas and our tourism industry.

Last Updated on Thursday, 12 June 2014 07:42

A Salute To Our Culinary Team


As The Bahamas heralds its supreme athletes, the Nation also salutes our Culinary Competitors as they ready themselves for a different kind of elite competition, one where Taste, not speed is the flavor of the day. Major Sponsors, BTC, Bristol Cellars, Bank of The Bahamas, Sand Beer and Ministry of Tourism stop by to take a photo with the Team.

Culinary Team

Last Updated on Friday, 30 May 2014 10:39

Atlantis ‘Ready To Do What Needs To Be Done’ On VAT


The chief of Atlantis, the country’s largest private sector employer, said it the resort is now ready to “do what needs to be done” to implement value-added tax (VAT), adding that the company is “thankful” that the government has decided to delay the tax until 2015.


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