Anguilla Chamber of Commerce On The Move
The Anguilla Chamber of Commerce & Industry Ltd. (ACOCI) has embarked on a drive to energize the organization and expand its membership. Experienced and enthusiastic businessman Calvin Bartlett is spearheading the effort as the recently appointed Executive Director.
ACOCI aims to become an umbrella business communications center, collecting and sharing information on investment opportunities and business activities and trends that affect the island.
One of the more significant projects that the Chamber is currently
working on getting off the ground is a Fisheries Project in cooperation
with North Atlantic Inc, a company based in Portland, Maine which
is involved in similar fish projects in various parts of South America.
Chamber of Commerce Meeting Attracts Large Audience|
Executive Director Calvin Bartlett attraced a crowd of over a 100 local business and community leaders to Cocoloba Resort to hear a vision for how a revitalized Chamber can help boostrap Anguilla's economy. From The Anguillian newspaper.
ACOCI is striving to form networks and working relationships with other Chambers of Commerce throughout the world. If you're a member of a Chamber of Commerce or have experiences or information you'd like to share, do drop in at the ACOCI offices and have a chat with Calvin on your next visit to Anguilla.
Business hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm. Tel. 1-264-497-2839.
firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.anguillachamber.com
Located: Opposite the Government Treasury Building, The Secretariat, The Valley.
Chamber Update February 28, 2003
Computer for the Chamber of Commerce
The Anguilla Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACOCI) was the appreciative recipient of a Dell Pentium II Computer complete with DVD and CD Writer. Main Ltd., an Anguillian software company owned and managed by Bob Green, donated the system to support the Chamberís drive to create increased business opportunities on Anguilla and to offer educational resources for entrepreneurs on the island.
Bob has also volunteered to regularly update and maintain the Chamberís web page and assist with their awareness and educational drive through exposure on www.news.ai. ACOCIís Executive Officer Calvin Bartlett expressed his gratitude upon accepting the donation, which he indicates will go a long way in providing support for the Chamberís planned educational programs and other initiatives.
Story and pictures by Janine EdwardsRevised: 2003/3/1
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