Category Archives: Business

Young leaders on way forward for energy sector

Business Vishanna Phagoo 17 Hrs Ago Jenna Boxill-Sooknanan and Dr Priya Marajh in discussion at the TT Energy Conference. – ROGER JACOB Six young leaders of leading energy companies in Trinidad and Tobago are all set to navigate the sector’s complex future. The six spoke about the direction for the country’s energy development during a […]

Calling out bias in energy affairs

Business Newsday 14 Hrs Ago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, left, greets Guyana’s President Dr Irfaan Ali at the TT Energy Conference, Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain on Monday. – SUREASH CHOLAI GUYANA’S President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali is a fascinating leader who, like Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley, makes provocative and useful interventions in […]

Just in case: A strategy for management

Business Diana Mahabir-Wyatt 9 Hrs Ago Members of the public at the Regulated Industries Commission consultation on a proposal to increase electricity rates, Centre of Excellence, Macoya on January 17. – Sureash Cholai My interest in economics came relatively late in my academic career. Until then, I had not realised how integral to philosophy (my […]

Creating merch for your brand through print-on-demand

Business Newsday Reporter 5 Hrs Ago – One of the best ways to build a sense of community in your brand is through merch. Everybody is looking for a community to belong to and when your audience is invested in the relationship they have with your brand, they will want to identify themselves as being […]

Unipet’s fuel future: service station company looks to renewable energy

Business Ryan Hamilton-Davis 2 Hrs Ago Pump attendant Denesyia Maharaj fills a vehicle at the Unipet gas station, Southern Main Road, San Fernando on April 19, 2022. – FILE PHOTO/AYANNA KINSALE Fuel is a big item on everyone’s budget, but it isn’t the only item. Consumers having to face higher prices at the pumps since […]

UN: Trinidad and Tobago making progress on SDGs

News Clint Chan Tack 2 Days Ago File photo/ Jeff K Mayers THE United Nations (UN) on Monday said Trinidad and Tobago is making steady progress on the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs). The UN made this observation in its update on TT’s performance in that regard for the period January to September 2022. […]

Global wine boss new CEO of Angostura

Business Ryan Hamilton-Davis 4 Hrs Ago Laurent Schun Laurent Schun, former managing director of global wine and spirits company Pernod Ricard is the new CEO of Angostura, taking over from acting CEO, Ian Forbes. The announcement was made on Tuesday in a media release. Schun managed the Carribbean and Central America region for Pernod Ricard. […]

Young: Trinidad and Tobago making strides with hydrogen

News Vishanna Phagoo 2 Days Ago Energy Minister Stuart Young. File photo/Sureash Cholai During his opening of a panel discussion at the Energy Chamber’s Energy Conference, Energy Minister Stuart Young said the government has been “making good strides on the hydrogen side.” He was joined by Juan Vasquez, country manager of Woodside Energy, David Campbell, […]

Rowley: Government seeking sites for wind farms

News Sean Douglas 2 Days Ago Energy Minister Stuart Young, from left, Energy Chamber CEO Dr Thackwray Driver, NGC president Mark Loquan and bpTT president David Campbell at the Energy Chamber conference, Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain. Photo by Sureash Cholai THE Prime Minister is seeking coastal locations for wind farms around TT as he […]

Promoters want change to Theatres and Dance Halls Act

News Melissa Doughty Yesterday COP OUT: TT Promoters Association head Jerome “Rome” Precilla and advocate Paige De Leon at the press conference on Monday at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s. Photo by Roger Jacob DESPITE meetings with the police last year, the TT Promoters Association (TTPA) is again complaining about the exorbitant cost to hire police […]