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Alongside high-quality Caribbean books and magazines, MEP produces a wide range of material for individual and corporate clients worldwide – brochures, annual reports, directories, company histories and more.

We offer our clients a complete publishing and production service: from concept to delivery, we can manage your entire project for you, or support in just one aspect of a multi-phase project. CONTACT US to see what MEP can do for you!

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The Caribbean owes its rich diversity of musical genres and styles to its tens of thousands of musicians — like this street performer in Cuba. Photo © Atlantide Phototravel/CorbisCaribbean Beat

Published since 1992, Caribbean Beat is the Caribbean’s leading magazine on Caribbean arts, culture and society, and is the in-flight magazine of Caribbean Airlines.

It gets behind the familiar stereotypes of the Caribbean to show how rich Caribbean life really is – music, art, dance, books, sport, fashion, design, festivals, history, environment, people, lifestyle.


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Discover Trinidad & Tobago 2016

Discover Trinidad & Tobago 2016: one book, two covers — one for Trinidad, and one for Tobago.

Discover Trinidad & Tobago

Celebrating its 25th anniversary with the dual-cover 2016 edition (#27) and produced annually since 1991, Discover Trinidad and Tobago is the country’s major international promotional book, for both local and international visitors alike.

Discover is published each November, making its debut at the World Travel Market in London (UK) as part of the Trinidad & Tobago contingent. It is distributed free online, via a mobile app, and in print to local and international stakeholders.


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ENERGY Caribbean issue 68ENERGY Caribbean

ENERGY Caribbean is the first publication of its type ever devoted exclusively to the energy industry in the Caribbean. ENERGY was published six times a year from 2002 to 2014, alongside the annual ENERGY Caribbean Yearbook, a survey of developments in the year in energy gone by and outlook for the year ahead. Given the challenges being faced by the energy industry in the region, ENERGY Caribbean and the ENERGY Yearbook are on hiatus for the foreseeable future.


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The Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide (TTBG)

Making its debut in September 2007 with its pilot issue, the new Trinidad and Tobago Business Guide (TTBG) fills an important niche as the international businessman’s invaluable reference manual on doing business in and with Trinidad and Tobago. Published annually with a 25,000 print run, TTBG puts all the necessary information about doing business in Trinidad and Tobago into the hands of the people who matter.

It is the definitive guide, covering all the major sectors of the economy: its history, challenges, development and growth, and future forecasts. It also supplies vital and up-to-date information on currency, business etiquette, political structure, transparency, available technology, and more.


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  You can download all editions of TTBG below. NB: You will need a PDF viewer, like the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, to open the documents

Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide 2009-10 (PDF: 5.9 MB)

Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide 2008-09 (PDF: 6.7 MB)

Previous Publications

In the past, we have also published:

   BPTT’s Insider newsletter
   BWIA’s Caribbean
   Caribbean Review of Books (CRB)
   Citibank Investment Guide to Trinidad & Tobago
   The ALM Caribbean Explorer
National Gas Company (NGC)’s GASCO News
   The Point Lisas Story
   Trinidad & Tobago Destination Guide
   Trinidad & Tobago Exporter
   Trinidad & Tobago Export Directory
   Youth At Risk (United Nations Development Programme).

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