The economic climate in Barbados has been impacted by the COVID-19, pandemic, the ongoing war in Europe, and resulting challenges of supply chain disruption, food scarcity, and high fuel prices that pose serious threats to our economic infrastructure and the future sustainability of businesses and the Barbados economy.
This year, Barbados has entered a second IMF (BERT) programme, as the country seeks to implement strategies to stabilize the economy, and work towards the restoration of pre-COVID economic indicators.
This event will provide a forum for robust discussion on:
• What collaborations are needed to further strengthen Barbados’ Economy through Collective Partnerships (private sector, government, citizens, and other key stakeholders).
• The impact of current economic projections and forecasts on businesses and the private sector in general.
• Balancing the management of national, regional and international challenges, while continuing the process of economic recovery and rebuilding in order to ensure that Barbados is on a path to sustainability and growth.