CHTA is reflecting on the significant contribution tourism has made to the socioeconomic development of the Caribbean, while focusing on the challenges and opportunities the industry presents for the future.
In accordance with the Government Sunshine Act, the Department Licensing and Consumer Affairs, Office of Boards and Commissions is notifying the public of the following upcoming board meetings that are open to the public
The no-cost series features experts in the lending industry, federal government, community partners and stakeholders. The series is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 23, at the Great Hall on Albert A. Sheen Campus
He offers more than 30 years of providing leadership and sustainable changes in processes, systems, fiscal management, auditing, compliance monitoring, and information technology in the private and public sectors.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. offered his congratulations to the winning recipients of the $50,000 “Innovation” grants, which he funded through the VI SBDC to be awarded to local businesses with fewer than 100 employees to help them grow their businesses and strengthen the territory’s economy.
The V.I. Department of Tourism is seeking hospitality greeters and entertainers to welcome and assist visitors to the territory and provide helpful information at the territory’s ports and places of interest.
Customers may apply for a new business license, renew their business license or file a consumer complaint by selecting “translate” at the top right-hand corner of the page then choosing either English, Spanish or French
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