Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce, Dwight Sutherland (right) poses with the six recipients of the first tranche of the Trust Loan Fund; Manager, Jerry Amos (left); and staff of the Fund. (FP)

Come next week five clients, who recently accessed funds from the Trust Loan Fund Unit, will have the opportunity to discuss their business ventures, gain much needed exposure and learn more about the Unit’s plans for them.

This is when Minister of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce, Dwight Sutherland, visits their various enterprises on Tuesday, January 22, beginning at 11:00 a.m.

Minister Sutherland will first meet with two persons who trade in Bridgetown, namely Nakita Alexander at Victoria Street and David Yearwood at the River Terminal. Following this, he will visit Kurt Bayne and Angela Branch, both in Oistins, Christ Church, and then Ronald Greenidge at Union, St. Philip.

The Minister is expected to be accompanied by officials in his Ministry as well as staff of the Trust Loan Fund Unit.

Along with interacting with these entrepreneurs, Minister Sutherland will speak to them about the role of the Small Business Development Centre, the Financial Literacy Bureau and the exciting training opportunities expected to be rolled out from Wednesday, January 23.

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