The T&T Chamber fully supports the initiative taken by the government to implement safe zones. These are practical and achievable temporary measures with minimal disruption to restart our economy safely, until the public health threat is behind us. We believe this is the most effective mechanism to protect the unvaccinated while allowing those who are vaccinated to take part in higher risk activities…
The T&T Chamber is pleased to hear of the pending arrival of additional vaccines, which should get us relatively close to herd immunity.
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (T&T Chamber) will proudly host the 2019 Champions of Business Awards Ceremony & Cocktail Reception on November 15th, 2019 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA).
This is the T&T Chamber’s final Signature Event of the year. It is attended loyally by business owners, C-Suite executives and other A-listers year-after-year. The audience is also ‘peppered’ with a growing number of SMEs and driven entrepreneurs.
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce believes that the majority of
existing measures were already in place to limit the spread of COVID-19, What is needed is
robust enforcement of the current measures.
The Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (T&T Chamber) strongly urges Parliament to allow operationalisation of the substantive provisions of The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public
Property Act, 1 of 2015. The T&T Chamber, in partnership with other members of the Private Sector/Civil Society Group on Public procurement, has been a strong advocate for the efficient and effective implementation of the Act.