Tag: Ministry of Tourism

Sophia residents trained in business sustainability, management

Sophia residents trained in business sustainability, management

Kellon Rover Kellon Rover- July 11, 2022

Some 100 residents of Sophia, Georgetown who received small business development grants from government earlier this month, were on Sunday ... Read More

Kiosk to be built at CJIA to support small businesses

Kiosk to be built at CJIA to support small businesses

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- July 5, 2022

Guyanese small business owners will soon have the opportunity to display their goods and services to both locals and tourists ... Read More

New CCAC compliance certificate increasing consumer confidence

New CCAC compliance certificate increasing consumer confidence

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- June 15, 2022

Consumers are once again placed at the forefront by the Competition and Consumer Affairs Commission (CCAC) with the launch of ... Read More

GTA to train 3,000 Guyanese to up the level of tourist experiences

GTA to train 3,000 Guyanese to up the level of tourist experiences

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- June 15, 2022

As Guyana experiences steadfast economic growth, the tourism sector is providing correlative transformative programmes as more foreigners flock the country. ... Read More

Third company gets ‘Made in Guyana’ mark

Third company gets ‘Made in Guyana’ mark

Natasha Smith-Thomas Natasha Smith-Thomas- May 9, 2022

Precision Global Incorporated, today received its ‘Made in Guyana’ certification from the Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS). The certificate ... Read More

$69.3M for upgrade of Leonora Market Old Road – Minister Indar

$69.3M for upgrade of Leonora Market Old Road – Minister Indar

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- April 20, 2022

Some $69.3 million will be expended through the Ministry of Public Works for the upgrade of the Leonora Market Old ... Read More

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