The University of the West Indies Open Campus Montserrat and the Office of the Legislature are pleased to invite the general public to the continuation of the “Let all Ideas Contend” Development Discussion Series. The next Forum will cover information of importance to the Private Sector, as well as the current major issue of BREXIT.
This Fourth Forum or Private Sector Forum will take place on Monday July 4, 2016 in the Conference Facilities at the St. Patrick’s Cooperative Credit Union in Brades at 7.00 pm. Presenters include the Honourable Minister for Agriculture Trade, Housing, Lands and the Environment, Mr. Claude Hogan and Economist, Mr. Peter Queeley, General Manager at the St. Patrick’s Cooperative Credit Union. Governments Incentives for the Private Sector and the Implications of BREXIT are among issues to be discussed at this Fourth Forum.
As the Private Sector regroups to become the engine of growth, come join the discussion on Monday July 4, 2016 at 7 pm in the Conference Room at the St. Patrick’s Cooperative Credit Union in Brades.