Economic forum next Thursday
The public is invited to an economic forum at which a panel will discuss the theme: “Reaching Back to Go Forward”.
Cultural expert Kristin White, economist Craig Simmons, educator Llewellyn Simmons and Catherine Duffy of the international business community will speak at the event next Thursday.
According to a release from the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, they will be looking at entrepreneurship, the opportunities and limitations of Bermuda’s economics, how to learn from our economic mistakes and move forward, and cultural industries and entrepreneurship in the context of black-owned businesses and their legacies.
The forum takes place from 6pm to 8.30pm at the Bermuda College, North Hall.
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