BARBADIAN BUSINESSES INVITED TO LEADING TRADE SHOW IN PANAMA

Barbadian businesses are being invited to participate in the first Caribbean Pavilion to be presented at Expocomer, the leading trade show in Central America to be held at the ATLAPA Convention Centre, Panama City, Panama from March 11 through 14, 2015.

Universal Peace Ambassador of Panama (CERCLE) and President & Chief Executive Officer of Panama World Trade & Investment Foundation (PWTIF), Melida Harris-Barrow a Panamanian with Caribbean ancestry, has been granted the rights by Expocomer to be a Promoter/Administrator to stimulate trade and investment among Caribbean businesses, increase their networking opportunities at Expocomer and also to create a African/Caribbean Pavilion for the first time in the 33 year history of the event.

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The brand leader in Central America, Expocomer, continues to effectively showcase & promote the products of its clients successfully, year after year. Exhibitors to Expocomer 2015 will join invited guests for a meeting at the African/Caribbean Pavilion.

Harris-Barrow noted "The aim of the meeting firstly, will be to create synergy between Caribbean people, promote opportunities, increase, improve and support investments among Caribbean countries through strategic networking."

Harris-Barrow noted “The aim of the meeting firstly, will be to create synergy between Caribbean people, promote opportunities, increase, improve and support investments among Caribbean countries through strategic networking.” For more information, to register, visit: www.panamaworldtrade.org or email: expocomerinfo@gmail.com

This annual exhibition is the ideal starting point for business persons from more than thirty countries, to explore new business opportunities and introduce new products and services.” said the Universal Peace Ambassador of Panama (CERCLE) who has seized the opportunity to actualize her vision of bringing the Caribbean to Central America to network and trade with the world.”

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