Barbadian TV series dovetails with EU $20.9 million disbursement for Human Resource Development

January 20th is when the second season of Scotiabank’s entrepreneur programme “Bank On Me” begins on CBC’s channel 8 and it does so on multiple high notes…

The contest for investment will air on close to 30 stations across the region according to Blue Waters Productions' boss - Alison Saunders of "Hit For Six" fame. She told Bajan Reporter her plans to complete the documentary on Caribbean labour enabling the Panama Canal is almost done and should be ready by August...

The contest for investment will air on close to 30 stations across the region according to Blue Waters Productions’ boss – Alison Saunders of “Hit For Six” fame. She told Bajan Reporter her plans to complete the documentary on Caribbean labour enabling the Panama Canal is almost done and should be ready by August…

Although she has no sequel in mind for her cricketing blockbuster, she says plans will soon be revealed for another fictional cinematic effort. Meanwhile, this educational TV series which is her baby, has gotten the attention of Government here.

Labour Minister Esther Byer-Suckoo says the creation of entrepreneurs and enabling them falls under the EU mandate from Christmas Eve when funds were placed in the Barbados Treasury specifically for HRD or Human Resource Development.

Labour Minister Esther Byer-Suckoo says the creation of entrepreneurs and enabling them falls under the EU mandate from Christmas Eve when funds were placed in the Barbados Treasury specifically for HRD or Human Resource Development.

The Senator indicated entrepreneurs in turn while expecting less hurdles to form companies must themselves create organisations which generate Foreign Exchange in the drive to restore Barbados’ economy, more details can be accessed via the embedded video;-

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