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January 22nd to 24th 2018
January 24th 2018

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Cocktail Reception

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The SME sector is defined as comprising of two segments: the small enterprises which employ between 6-25 workers and generate sales of $500,000 to $2.99 million. The medium sized enterprises employ between 26-50 workers and have sales of $3 million to $50 million.

This workshop is designed to change the mindset of the participant (founder, CEO, or senior manager) to a more entrepreneurial one, so the spirit of growth can be continued through the business cycle.

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

1. Participants will know the difference between a businessman and an entrepreneur
2. They will know how to develop a better business model and strategy
3. Participants will know how to analyze the internal and external business environment
4. They will know how to develop their marketing strategy to uncover market opportunities
5. Participants will know how to create profit/loss and cash flow statements
6. They will essentially know how to write their business plans.

Dates: October 17th, 24th & 31st, 2017
Venue: Energy Chamber, Learning Centre
Members: $3000 per participant (VAT Exclusive)
Non-members: $3500 per participant (VAT Exclusive)

For More Information:
Chrystal Joshua@ 679-7113 ext. 38 or admin@learningcentre.energy.tt
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Business Planning for SMEs

October 17, 2017, 8:30am - October 17, 2017, 3:30pm

The SME sector is defined as comprising of two segments: the small enterprises which employ between 6-25 workers and generate sales of $500,000 to $2.99 million. The medium sized enterprises employ between 26-50 workers and have sales of $3 million to $50 million. This workshop is designed to change the mindset of the participant (founder, CEO, or senior manager) to a more entrepreneurial one, so the spirit of growth can be continued through the business cycle. At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1. Participants will know the difference between a businessman and an entrepreneur 2. They will know how to develop a better business model and strategy 3. Participants will know how to analyze the internal and external business environment 4. They will know how to develop their marketing strategy to uncover market opportunities 5. Participants will know how to create profit/loss and cash flow statements 6. They will essentially know how to write their business plans. Dates: October 17th, 24th & 31st, 2017 Venue: Energy Chamber, Learning Centre Members: $3000 per participant (VAT Exclusive) Non-members: $3500 per participant (VAT Exclusive) For More Information: Chrystal Joshua@ 679-7113 ext. 38 or admin@learningcentre.energy.tt

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Modules of the CGCL plant being transported from the La Brea port to the plant site in Union Estate. ... See MoreSee Less

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Eugene Tiah, newly appointed Chairman of the Board of the The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago delivers his inaugural address at the Annual General Meeting at Hyatt Regency Trinidad. ... See MoreSee Less

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Policy on concessionary and free delegate spaces

The only free delegate spaces at the Energy Conference are for speakers and accredited journalists from recognised and respected media houses. Members of the Board of the Energy Chamber, Government Ministers, Permanent Secretaries, Special Advisors, Diplomats, Representatives of International Agencies, workshop presenters or other V.I.P.s all have to register as paying delegates for the Energy Conference.

We do issue a very limited series of invitations for specially invited guests for the opening ceremony and the cocktail reception only.

The registration fees at the Energy Conference are significantly lower than for other similar conferences and we are only able to maintain these low registration fees through the very kind and generous support of our sponsors and the strict application of our policy on delegate spaces. The Energy Conference is primarily organised by the Energy Chamber for the benefit of our member companies and we believe it is inequitable to expect our member companies, some of whom are small businesses, to pay for registration while non-members are given free or concessionary delegate spaces. We enforce this policy strictly with no exceptions.

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All Energy Chamber materials in relation to the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference are exclusively reserved and any unauthorized duplication, publication or distribution is strictly prohibited. Copying, distribution, any form of publishing or other uses of text or visual materials related to the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference is subject to prior written consent of the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago. If the Energy Chamber gives consent to use such material, any reference, in text, photos or otherwise, to the Conference must be explicitly stated as ‘The Energy Chamber’s Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference 2018’.