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Avalon Partners to present Invest Caribbean Now 2013
NEW YORK—Investment opportunities in the last emerging market on earth will again take the spotlight this June 5, as luxury real estate company, Avalon Partners, presents the third edition of the Invest Caribbean Now Power Forum, (ICN 2013), during Caribbean Week in New York City.
The event, organized since 2011 by award-winning digital media solutions company, Hard Beat Communications, in conjunction with the governmental regional tourism grouping, the Caribbean Tourism Organization, has attracted a high calibre of delegates in the past two years, including more than 600 investment bankers, private equity investors, ministers' of governments, hotel developers, tourism officials, architects, real estate developers, financial advisers, entrepreneurs and the media.
In 2013, the Avalon-presented forum will be more expansive, with a longer event and broader focus on the Caribbean and investment opportunities there, through invited exhibitors from the regional arms of the various investment agencies as well as other companies.
A stellar agenda is already being developed that will include spotlighting the investment opportunities in the economically viable territory of The Turks & Caicos Islands, with attendance slated from a cadre of government and business leaders.
Additionally, the forum will feature an address on The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, (FATCA) and The Caribbean, by a deputy secretary in the U.S. Department of the Treasury; Investing In The Caribbean Stock Exchanges - The Case Of Jamaica, by head of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, . Marlene Street, as well as opportunities in luxury real estate and marina development.
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