Let's Talk Business: 'Tis the season for exceptional customer service Even in a negative economy the customer experience is still top priority for most consumers. Is customer service a lost art form in business today? It seems everywhere we turn we encounter people in the business of customer service, rarely meeting even our basic needs as consumers.
GK launches Dunn's River brands in Nigeria GraceKennedy Limited has just launched its Nurishment line in Nigeria, the country considered to be Africa's largest economy.
Marketing Strategies Today: Pinteresting profits Pinterest has an enormous following, now being the third largest social network (after Facebook and Twitter) with 12 million unique users per month, which are mainly women aged 25+. With a business Pinterest account, you could showcase your products/services with pictures and videos in any way you can think of. It is an especially great resource for recipes, fashion, home decor and DIY projects perfect for small business owners looking to give their company a boost.
Nike shares jump on share buyback Shares in Nike have jumped more than 5% after the US sportswear giant announced a dividend rise, a massive share buyback and a stock split.
Investors pump US$200 million into Jamaica hotel sector Kingstown, Jamaica - Another US$200 million has been pumped into Jamaica’s tourism sector by international investors for the construction of two five-star hotels.
Government of National Unity Continues To Implement Its Prosperity Agenda Basseterre, St. Kitts - Minister of Tourism Honourable Lindsay Grant has stated during the November 17 sitting of Parliament that the industry is on an onward and upward movement in terms of cruise tourism which is in line with the Government’s prosperity agenda.
Nigeria hit by severe fuel shortage amid payment row A severe fuel crisis has hit Nigeria with long queues of angry motorists waiting for hours outside petrol stations in major cities to fill up.
Trinidad and Tobago to strengthen trade facilitation processes Washington, USA - The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a $25 million loan to Trinidad and Tobago to help the Caribbean nation improve its trade facilitation processes, part of an effort to boost and diversify the economy.
National security minister says mechanisms in place to protect borders ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - The country’s national security minister is assuring residents the necessary mechanisms are in place to protect the nation’s borders in the wake of heighten concerns about global...