BCCI 198th AGM & Business Luncheon

Barbados is gearing up to host the T20 World Cup this June. With a few weeks left until the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup kicks off, the government views the resurgence of cricket in Barbados as the primary legacy benefit of hosting this prestigious event.

The impact of this World Cup will be multifaceted, encompassing various aspects such as tourism, hospitality, investment, infrastructure, security, administration, and technology.

At its 198th AGM Business Luncheon, the BCCI will focus particularly on the economic impact that hosting the T20 World Cup can bring to the country, especially to its capital, Bridgetown, which was once the bustling hub of the business community.

Keynote Speaker

Ambassador Noel Lynch, Chairman of the National Organisation Committee (NOC) - ICC World Cup 2024


• Sir Paul Altman, Managing Director, Altman Real Estate

• Dr. Dion Greenidge, Executive Director and CEO of The Cave Hill School of Business and Management (CHSBM)

• Eddy Abed, Managing Director, S. Abed & Co Ltd and Chair, BCCI Bridgetown Revitalisation Committee

Join in the discussions as we explore the economic implications of hosting the ICC T20 Men’s World Cup Cricket in June 2024, with a special focus on how this event can catalyze growth in our capital, Bridgetown, reinvigorating its role as the vibrant centre of business and trade.

Wednesday 22 May 2024

10am–12pm – AGM Meeting (Members only)
12:30–3pm Luncheon

$200 Bds – BCCI Members
$265 – Non-members

Register here

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