Curaçao Business Magazine: Edition 2, 2015
WILLEMSTAD - The latest issue of Curaçao Business Magazine is now available, and contains highlights from the recent Step Conference hosted at Santa Barbara Beach Resort, which included an insightful presentation from Niall Ferguson a professor from Harvard University.
In this issue, we meet the Deputy Executive Director of Registry Affairs, who maintains the registry for the business community at the Chamber of Commerce. Also on offer is a summary of the latest figures from the registry regarding the business environment in Curaçao.
There are highlights from the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, which featured a well-received presentation from the Chamber’s current President, Mr Jonckheer.
A very successful local artisan provides valuable business insights for the creative entrepreneurs’ that are seeking to build a business out of their passion. The force behind Chichi® also reveals a clever business model that she developed which celebrates the local people as well as delivering a key point of difference to her business.
There is valuable reading for the local business owners including articles on; skills development, information on the grant system offer by COSME, a detailed look at Curaçao consumers, as well as powerful team building techniques.
Also featured is an appealing article on Corporate Social Responsibility, including ethical and moralebehaviour in the work environment as well as a separate piece on how to run your office more efficiently harnessing “paperless office” techniques.
There is information on a virtual assistant service for those, which need a little extra help but not a full time head count. And some recommendations on top business apps for your Apple or Android device to help you stay on you’re A-game.
This edition also includes a subscription offer so that you can have each of the quarterly editions delivered direct to your desk, enabling you to stay up to date on the business pulse of Curaçao. The magazine is also available from the Curaçao Chamber of Commerce as well as Bruna and Mensing´s.