BRITISH Caribbean Chamber of Commerce Patron Lord Howard of Lympne and Chief Executive Dr Ian Kelly met leading Assemblyman Joel Jack from the Tobago House of Assembly recently as their teams gathered to enjoy a traditional Caribbean lunch at the Blue Waters Inn Speyside in Tobago.Read more
THE UK-headquartered British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce (BCCC) has been pushing the boundaries of international relations during the latest five-day test match between England and the West Indies at Headingley, in Leeds.Read more
AS part of Hull’s City of Culture year in 2017, the British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce and its sister Chamber, the Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce in the UK, organised an evening of Caribbean cuisine and jazz at Hull’s famous 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, in June, 2017.Read more
ONE of the most successful legs of Prince Harry’s Royal Tour of the Caribbean in December was his stopover in St Lucia where the Governor General of St Lucia, Pearlette Louisy, hosted a glittering reception at Government House. The British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce supported the event with several of its leading members providing food and beverages as part of the hospitality.Read more
FOLLOWING David Cameron’s visit to Jamaica and Grenada earlier this month, the British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce’s Deputy CEO Pauline Wade attended a reception at 10 Downing Street, where Caribbean trade and business opportunities were included.Read more
AT a recent House of Lords dinner, Lord Howard of Lympne and Patron of the British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce, which is based in Hull/Humber and linked to the Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce, played host to the Prime Minister of St Lucia, Kenny Anthony.Read more
THE British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce’s first Patron, Sir Roy Marshall, with BCCC’s Deputy Chief Executive Pauline Wade in Bridgetown, in March 2005. Sir Roy was famous as both Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies and later Hull University as well as being a distinguished lawyer and diplomat. He was intimately involved in writing the constitution of Barbados before independence in 1966 and also refused legendary poet Philip Larkin’s resignation as Vice Chancellor when the poet was Hull University’s librarian.