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PRESS RELEASE -Launch of the Strategy “ Trinidad & Tobago : Exploring Opportunities in the Global IT Services Market”

 
Contact: Anais Elias                                                                 
Tel: 622-9229 ex 21 /331-7390
Email: aelias@ttcsi.org
 

                                                                     PRESS INVITATION

        Launch of the Strategy“ Trinidad & Tobago : Exploring Opportunities in the Global IT Services Market”

 
 

Date: Wednesday 27th June 2012

 
Time: 1:00PM
 

Venue:  Hyatt Regency Trinidad, Diamond-Topaz Room, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain.

 
 

The TTCSI has been spearheading a project funded by the Inter-American Development Bank’s Trade and Investment Unit to develop a strategic plan for the local ICT off shoring services sector. After months of research and dialogue with local industry operators, experts and policymakers, the strategy “Trinidad and Tobago: Exploring Opportunities in the Global IT Services Market” was submitted in May 2012.

It is a very important milestone for Trinidad and Tobago, as the strategy contains innovative and practically oriented recommendations to promote the information technology and animation industries in Trinidad and Tobago, thus providing a viable alternative to diversify the country’s export base. The Strategy will be officially launched at an event to be held on June 27th 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad, Diamond-Topaz Room, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain from 1.00 p.m to 2:30 p.m.
 
Confirmed speakers at the event are Senator The Honourable  Vasant Bharath ,Minister of Trade ,Industry and Investment, IDB Country Office Representative, Ms Michelle Cross Fenty, IDB Trade and Investment Unit Chief, Mr. Fabrizio Opertti, Tholons CEO, Harsh Muthal and ETECK Chairman – Mr. Brian Frontin among others.
 

                         You are invited to send a reporter and photojournalist to cover this event.

              
 

                   For further information, please contact the TTCSI Secretariat

SOURCE: In House