BVI Chamber of Commerce
There are three grant streams available under the Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Fund (CIIF) – Enabling Environment, Data Intelligence, and Improved Competitiveness of Creative MSMEs (micro, small and medium enterprises). Potential applicants should first review the selection criteria to help them determine which stream would best suit their projects. Applicants are required to complete the specific application form for the grant for which they are applying. Download CIIF Booklet for selection criteria
Mark your calendars: the worldwide ShakeOut earthquake drill is right around the corner!
BVICCHA's Member-2-Member Discounts are a great way to draw more attention to your business both offline and online. Companies that offer discounts will receive publicity in the Chamber’s newsletter, ChamberNews, and have their business published on the Chamber’s website. There is NO cost to participate in the Member-to-Member Discount Program.
To join, see the online form on the BVICCHA's website.
Below are the available Member-2-Member Deals. Click the images to see more.
The world of hospitality has radically changed with the Covid-19 situation. The Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) organization and LS Retail, powered by Optimus Business Transformation invites you to the "Hospitality: Digital Transformation during Covid-19" Webinar on October 14th at 11:00AM (Miami Time). Come and learn about new digital trends in hotel operations and how they can help you thrive while moving forward.
Virgin Islanders who wish to study in other countries for the 2021/2022 academic school year are invited to apply for the distinguished Virgin Islands Scholarship Abroad Programme through the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture.
As coronavirus cases surged worldwide in March, Fitbit observed a global decline in physical activity among its 30 million activity tracker and smartwatch users. As governments implemented shelter-in-place orders, the company recorded a nearly 20 percent decline in weekly step counts in New York and San Francisco.