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                Ronald N. Langston featured speaker at Business Development Seminar


28 Mar 2009 Ronald N. Langston, Principal at Langston Global Enterprises, and former National Director of the Minority Business
Development Agency, Washington, D.C., will be featured as the luncheon guest speaker at the Seventh Annual Business Education Development Seminar to be held at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday, March 31. Mr. Langston will address the topic “The Global Economic Threat/The Global Economic Opportunity!”

The one day event is being jointly sponsored by the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Embassy and The Bahamas Development Bank. The opening session will officially begin with welcome remarks by Chamber President Dionisio D’Agular, Chairman of the Bahamas Development Bank Darren Cash, and U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Timothy Zúñiga-Brown. Philip Simon, Executive Director of Chamber will moderate the event. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and welcome remarks will begin at 9:10 a.m.

“A major focus this year will center on providing business persons with much needed information, tools and tips on how to make their businesses recession proof. The seminar will also seek to offer business persons much needed advice on sound and practical ways in which they can survive financially despite the global economic meltdown,” said Philip Simon, Executive Director of the Chamber. As in previous years, the Business Education and Development Seminar will feature informative presentations and panel discussions from some of the country’s leading and most informed business and financial experts.


Resources

Latin America and The Caribbean  2019


Latin American Business Association at the Columbia School of Business
Bahamas Chamber of Commerce B2B
University of the Virgin Islands-St. Thomas