Messi or Ronaldo — which side are you on? | Parkite Sports

Football fans across the islands are split into two camps: Messi or Ronaldo. There is no in-between, nor (perish the thought) mutual appreciation. If you like one, then you have…

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Dwayne Bravo — the champion’s mindset | Parkite Sports

Veteran all-rounder Dwayne Bravo led the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel to victory in the 2015 CPL, and (as Trinbago Knight Riders) to consecutive wins in 2017 and 2018. As…

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A quiet racket — Naomi Osaka | Parkite Sports

She’s based in the US, but her parents are Haitian and Japanese. Naomi Osaka is at the forefront of the changing of the guard in women’s tennis, with an unflappable…

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CPL preview: put your money on the TKR! | Parkite Sports

It’s CPL time again, and the Trinbago Knight Riders will be going for a hat-trick of victories. Renaldo Matadeen considers their chances, and looks at the long-term health of the…

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Job opening: Business Development Representative

We’re hiring! MEP is expanding our media sales team We’re looking to hire two dynamic Business Development Representatives to join our growing team, and to service Trinidad and the Caribbean…

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Mid-2019 economic outlook | Contact Magazine

By the Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry & Commerce Published in CONTACT Magazine Latin America and the Caribbean Economic activity in Latin America continues to increase, but at a…

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The 5 top facts about the Caricom market | Contact Magazine

by Sasha Murray Published in CONTACT Magazine   The Caribbean Community (Caricom) consists of 15 member states and five associate members. It claims to be the “oldest surviving integration movement…

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Meet Trinidad & Tobago’s agripreneurs | Contact Magazine

Harnessing the power of innovation, leading “agripreneurs” – entrepreneurs in agriculture – are using research and development to deliver health benefits and food security to consumers. Stacy Seeterram and Sophia…

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Angela Lee Loy: breaking business barriers | Contact Magazine

She has been breaking glass ceilings in the Trinidad and Tobago business world for more than 40 years. She thinks of companies as extended families. What drives her? CONTACT asked…

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Are you ready for a natural disaster? | Contact Magazine

Have you ever wondered what would happen in Trinidad and Tobago in the event of a large earthquake, a tsunami, or a major hurricane? Would you and your staff know…

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