Point Fortin South Western Chamber
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 16 August, 2019 at 21:00||comments (0)|
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 20 September, 2018 at 19:05||comments (0)|
To keep up with the times and trends, the Point Fortin South Western Chamber has now a virtual office, and we can be reached via the on the Contact Executive Team page, or via e-mail: [email protected]
In the near future also all our meetings will be held via Video Conference which will make it easier and more convenient for the Members to attend Members Meetings.
More upgrades and News on the New Chamber will follow soon.
Sent from the Chamber's Virtual Office
Email: [email protected]
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 18 May, 2018 at 19:40||comments (0)|
The 2018 Mid-Year Budget-Statement is now available on this Website.
Click HERE to read it.
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 15 December, 2017 at 0:05||comments (0)|
Dear Chamber Members,
For your information and attention, please find the link below to the TTCSI Statement on "Sexual Harassment in the Workplace" of December 11, 2017.
This is an important statement which should be distributed and read by all companies and their employees.
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 14 December, 2017 at 18:45||comments (0)|
CLICK on the PLAY BUTTON below to see how John moves from having a
Certificate of Comfort to Statutory Lease and Deed of Lease
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 4 October, 2017 at 0:50||comments (0)|
Well, there you have it, the 2017 - 2018 Budget has been read.
You can read or download the entire budget here.
What is your opinion? Feel free to leave you comment.
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 7 January, 2016 at 13:15||comments (0)|
The Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley in his address to the nation laid out the challenges the country was facing at this time and the measures his Government intends to take to weather the storm. As expected, the proposed measures were the subject of conversations on virtually all the call-in radio programs and the comments expressed ranged from cautious understanding to disgust and even ridicule.
Whichever side of the arguments one may wish to take, the bottom line is we all have to batten down in preparation for what appears to be a very challenging economic voyage.
The Point Fortin South Western Chamber of Industry & Commerce has already expressed the view that the economic challenges facing us at this time also present an opportunity for creativity and innovation. We are therefore inviting the business community in the South Western peninsula including the micro and small business enterprises to get on board with us NOW, as we seek to discover the opportunities that are undoubtedly buried in the challenges ahead.
The Chamber intends to convene several forums beginning in January 2016
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 11 November, 2015 at 18:20||comments (0)|
On Thursday November 05, 2015 the newly installed Chamber Executive paid a courtesy call on the Member of Parliament for La Brea and the Minister of Energy, Ms. Nicole Olivierre.
Since the Chamber also incorporates the La Brea area, the Executive saw the wisdom in extending greetings to the new MP and Minister of Energy.
During the brief meeting the Chamber reiterated its commitment to the development of the South Western Peninsula, and its willingness to work with the Minister toward the achievement of that goal.
At a follow up meeting yet to be scheduled, the Chamber plans to present the Minister with an official document regarding the South Western Peninsula.
From L to R: Deo Gosine, George Alexis, Member of Parliament for La Brea and the Minister of Energy, Ms. Nicole Olivierre, Davita Simon, Nigel Minors and Jane Sutherland.
|Posted by Ronny Drappier on 5 November, 2015 at 16:20||comments (0)|
On October 29, 2015 Executive Members of the Point Fortin South Western Chamber of Industry and Commerce met with the Minister of National Security and Member of Parliament for Point Fortin the Honorable Edmund Dillon.
After a brief introduction, Mr. Dillon and the Chamber representatives discussed some of the concerns the business community as well as the general population of the Point Fortin Constituency would like to be seen addressed, such as completion of the Point Fortin to San Fernando highway and the Point Fortin Hospital, as well as a close collaboration between the Chamber and the MP for Point Fortin.
The meeting lasted approximately 30 minutes.
From L to R: Nigel Minors, Ronny Drappier, Chamber president George Alexis, The Honorable Edmund Dillon and Carlton Semper.