Future Centre Trust of Barbados Undergoes Rebranding – New Image reflects Ecological Thrust in 21st Century

Foreground - Susan Mahon, 3rd from Left: Sara Odle & Stephanie Van Oppen - Virgo Communications; Roslyn Watson & israel Mallett - UWI Marketing Students; and Ralph "Bizzy" Williams of Williams Industries

Foreground - Susan Mahon, 3rd from Left: Sara Odle & Stephanie Van Oppen - Virgo Communications; Roslyn Watson & israel Mallett - UWI Marketing Students; and Ralph "Bizzy" Williams of Williams Industries

Virgo Communications is part of the vanguard in the new image of Barbados’ clarion cry for Green Responsibility, the Future Centre Trust (FCT), the communications agency, headed by award-winning Stephanie Van Oppen, has revamped the website of the Trust into a more accessible database.

L to R: FCT Administrator Nicole Garofano bestows Honorary Memberships as reward for offering Strategy Plan for the Trust to Roslyn Watson and Israel Mallett

L to R: FCT Administrator Nicole Garofano bestows Honorary Memberships as reward for offering Strategy Plan for the Trust to Roslyn Watson and Israel Mallett

Ralph “Bizzy” Williams is a Patron of the FCT, but due to myriad of other pressing commitments is hoping a new Patron will step in and replace his significant footprint. Speaking of paths blazed by unshod toes, the Trust’s Administrator – Nicole Garofano – explains the significance of the foot as the symbol for the FCT {CLICK ON LINK FOR FULL AUDIO CLIP};-

Nicole Garofano explains the concept behind the Green Footprint as the Trust’s Official Logo

Nicole also took time in her presentation to acknowledge the hard work of a quartet from UWI who came up with Marketing Strategies for the Trust, in appreciation – Roslyn Watson. Israel Mallett, Ravi Shankar & Melissa Bohne – have all been conveyed Honorary Memberships for the environmental group.

Vivian Anne Gittens emphasising a point to the audience

Vivian Anne Gittens emphasising a point to the audience

The Trust’s Chairperson is Publisher Vivian Anne Gittens, who who sees the Board’s mandate as not only to embrace everyone into the Green Footprint of Barbados but for all Bajans to adopt this significant Lifestyle change to ensure there are more tomorrows to go around{CLICK ON LINK FOR FULL AUDIO CLIP};-

Mrs Gittens sees Environmental Responsibility as all Barbadians’ inherent right and each others’ guardian to ensure such values are maintained and sustained

The FCT’s next immediate initiative is no Plastic Bag Day which The Bajan Reporter plans to participate at Big B next Saturday, 8th May… One wonders if Mrs Gittens’ publication will acknowledge the Web Magazine’s existence, given that publications’ propensity to use ideas from blogs yet not acknowledge their existence?

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  1. Many thanks for your attendance and interest Ian. I have posted your link to our site for further reading by our supporters.

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