Speakers from Global Atlanta and the Barbados Honorary Consulate in Atlanta, with more to be announced
Barbados: A Regional Gateway
With American business ties to Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa growing stronger by the day and the global regulatory environment growing ever more complex, U.S. companies are looking for a central location to base their regional headquarters.
Barbados, a Commonwealth member in the eastern Caribbean, provides a politically stable, low-tax launching point with predictable, favorable regulations, wherever business takes you in the region.
As more Atlanta-based firms eye opportunities in Cuba, for instance, they can lean heavily on Barbadosâ€™ special tax and investment agreements with the island, and companies have often worked through Barbados on deals in Africa and South America.
And when you fly down (on Delta Air Lines, of course) to manage your operations, you can enjoy the islandâ€™s rich colonial history and parish churches, beautiful beaches, multiple sporting events and diverse Caribbean cuisine.
The Honorary Consulate of Barbados in Atlanta, the Consulate General of Barbados in Miami and Global Atlanta invite you to learn more about the islandâ€™s investment climate at an April 21 reception previewing Barbados Comes to Atlanta:
Who should join us:
Wealth managers, financial advisors and attorneys whose clients are looking for low tax jurisdictions, luxury second homes, an attractive retirement environment and high-end commercial and residential real estate investments.
Representatives of universities in the Metro Atlanta area interested in partnership and cooperation on research projects in Health Care, Hospitality, and Science and Technology.
Solar and other renewable energy firms interested in public and private opportunities on an island that is already among the highest per capita users of renewables in the world
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