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Symposium for small businesses in Curacao
CURACAO– On Thursday, November 10, Coach Caribbean, in cooperation with VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne, Arbo Consult, and MCB Bank, will organize a symposium for small and medium-sized businesses by the title: ‘Emprsa chiki i medianao pa un Korsou fuerte i sano’. The small and medium-sized businesses are among the largest employers of the island and therefore the important pillar of the Curaçao economy. As an employer in a small and medium-sized business, it may be difficult to function at a management level whereas many operational matters have to be arranged. In order to inform the participants of the possibilities existing to ease their duties to thus be able to spend more time on what they are good at, Coach Caribbean organizes this symposium.
The four participating partners are all specialized in support to small and medium-sized businesses and want to increase the knowledge of staff policy, legal affairs, health in the workplace, and finances in the sector. During this event, these subjects will consequently be addressed. The event partners will give presentations of their field of work and the solution they can offer for this target group. Subsequently, under the direction of Reyna Joe, a panel discussion will be held. The panel will consist of the event partners and Billy Jonkheer, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Wilbert Geertruida, president of Adeck, and Johan Lieuw, managing director of VBC.
Coach Caribbean is represented by Pieter Spuijbroek, VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne by Kimberley de l’Isle, Arbo Consult by Arthur Nivillac, and MCB Bank by Michael de Sola. During this discussion, the public will have an active role.
Those who are interested are cordially invited to participate in the discussion. Of course, the event will be concluded with a networking reception.
The symposium is free, takes place in the auditorium of the WTC, begins at 6 p.m. and will be concluded around 9 p.m. The working language is Papiamento. You can register until November 8.
Source: Antilliaans Dagblad, Saturday, November 5