British-Caribbean Chamber Meets GBPA executives

11 April 2018

Pictured during the visit (from left) are Rupert Hayward of GBPA, Tanisha Thiara, Honorary Secretary of the BCCC in Grand Bahama, Lord Howard, Sarah St George of GBPA, Henry St George of GBPA, Pauline Wade and Michael Holding, President of the GBCC.

THE Hon Patron of the British-Caribbean Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) Lord Michael Howard of Lympne, a former British Home Secretary, and the BCCC’s Deputy Chief Executive Pauline Wade recently paid a visit to Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) executives.

The BCCC, which was inaugurated in 2001, has its head office in the UK and Chapters in the Caribbean. It connects Caribbean countries, and aims to develop trade and investment opportunities with the UK.

It is a ‘daughter Chamber’ of the Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce, one of the UK’s 52 Chambers which are accredited by the British Chambers of Commerce. The Hull & Humber Chamber is one of the oldest in the UK, dating back to 1837.

The GBPA, Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) and the BCCC will continue to work together to solidify Grand Bahama’s trade relationships with the UK and other nations.

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