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Media, Public Relations, Publishing and Print

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Construction, Engineering and Transportation

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Telecommunications and Information Technology

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The Downstream Dream

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The Government of Trinidad and Tobago

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Ken Valley: A Man of “Good Ken and Commitment”

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Idea, Investment Bonanza at Inaugural Trade Week

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Tribute to Mas Man Wayne Berkeley

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A Look at Agriculture

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Map of Port of Spain

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Map of Trinidad

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Map of Tobago

Who’s Who in Trinidad and Tobago Business 2011 - 2012

Production Jessica Medina

Annual Distribution 10,000 copies

Produced and Created by Prestige Business Publications Ltd.

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MESSAGES Message from the Ministry of Trade and Industry

Message from the Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs

Stephen Cadiz

Kevin Ramnarine

Minister of Trade and Industry

On behalf of the Ministry of Trade and Industry I welcome you to the latest edition of Who’s Who in Trinidad and Tobago Business. Once again this publication showcases some of the best companies in this country, crossing a wide variety of sectors and industries and presenting a comprehensive picture of our local business community. This year, Trinidad and Tobago hosted the first ever Caribbean Investment Week, encompassing the Caribbean Investment Forum and the Trade and Investment Convention. Our local private sector was at the forefront of this event, demonstrating the strength of our businesses and industries, and the benefits of forging strategic partnering with them. The Week was a solid example of public/private partnership at work, with Government providing support for private firms as they went about the task of generating more business. This is exactly how our Government views its relationship with the private sector – as a partner in national development. We are proud that our local firms have fully accepted the challenges of globalisation and placed T&T at the forefront of regional trade. Many of them are also major players on the international markets. Please peruse this document thoroughly and learn about what our business sector has to offer. I am sure you will realise exactly why Trinidad and Tobago is often referred to as “The Place for Business” in the region.

The energy sector is the mainstay of our economy and Trinidad and Tobago is well known both as a leader in the export of LNG, methanol and ammonia, and for its role in the development of the oil industry. The main focus of the Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs is to increase national oil production through the optimisation of oil producing acreage, most of which is held by State-owned Petrotrin. This requires an understanding of the enormous potential of heavy oil reserves and Petrotrin’s conclusion of the largest local land based 3D seismic programme is critical in this regard. Furthermore, the Ministry is focused on attracting Foreign Direct Investment through international bid rounds for open acreage and through the attraction of investment in the downstream sector. Expansion of the upstream sector will be supported by a new multi-user port at Point Galeota that will service logistical requirements of oil and gas companies. At present the National Gas Company and its subsidiary the National Energy Company are in discussion with international investors for projects that include: the AUM II plant, Methanol to Olefins and an Iron and Steel project, among others. I have also articulated a vision for the industrial development of the South West Peninsula, which is poised for expansion centred on the Union Estate and its related infrastructure.

Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association

The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago

TTMA Building, 42 Tenth Avenue, Barataria P.O. Box 971, Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 675-TTMA (8862), Fax: (868) 675-9000 Email: service@ttma.com or info@ttma.com www.ttma.com

Suite B2, 03 Atlantic Plaza, Atlantic Avenue Point Lisas, Couva, Trinidad Tel: (868) 6-ENERGY / 636-3749 Fax: (868) 679-4242 Email: • www.energy.tt

Dominic Hadeed, President

Charles Percy, President

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association is pleased to be associated once again with the Who’s Who in Trinidad and Tobago Business magazine. While the past year has been challenging, Trinidad and Tobago’s manufacturers are anxious to get back down to business, and focus on a path towards economic recovery that will lead to job creation, innovation and new business developments. The way forward calls for greater collaboration between the private and public sectors and a sustained effort by all to ensure that opportunities that will enhance the competitiveness of T&T for business and investments are maximised. The TTMA believes that a more meaningful thrust towards the economic diversification of the non-energy sector is needed in the year ahead, in a way that facilitates a steady and sustainable rate of growth, explores new export markets and embarks on a more focused effort on small business development. The TTMA stands ready to work with the relevant stakeholders to restore confidence and reactivate economic activity in the manufacturing and business sectors.

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Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs

The Energy Chamber’s strategic mandate has always been to elevate Trinidad and Tobago as a preferred destination for energy sector investment and a regional energy services hub. For our mandate to develop, we believe that the country needs an efficient business sector capable of speedy and flexible decision-making and a business environment which enables businesses to expand. The Chamber looks both inward and outward, focusing firstly on how we can surmount existing business growth barriers for the greater national good and, secondly, how we can export the energy services our members provide. The Energy Chamber has always championed the cause of the local energy services sector and these companies constitute the bulk of our membership. In fact, one of our strategic directives is for local service providers to become net exporters of their energy service expertise to international markets. Over the past year, we have embarked on several trade missions seeking new business opportunities in South America and Africa. We realise by promoting our strengths that the kernel of a national brand will be cemented in global minds and T&T will take its place as a global energy leader and truly develop into the energy services hub of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Venture Capital Incentive Programme The  Venture  Capital  Incentive  Programme  was  established  through  the Venture Capital Act 1994. Its major roles include acting as regulators on behalf  of  the Government for the venture capital industry of   Trinidad and Tobago. The VCIP also acts as the facilitator, bringing equity capital and entrepreneurs together, and as a promotor trumpeting the cause of  equity  financing. Our  particular  model  pays  special  attention  to  small  and  medium  enterprises in order to increase the range of  financing options available  to  them.  The  major  players  are  the  venture  capital  companies  that  invest  in  start-up  and  existing  businesses,  the  investing  public  who  benefit from the tax credits and the SME s that receive equity  injections.   The Ministry of  Trade and Industry has oversight of  the VCIP.

2nd Floor, COPOS Building #36 Pembroke Street  Port of  Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 624-3068 / 3079 / 3081 Fax: (868) 624-5693 Email: vcip@tstt.net.tt 

Kyran Grant Administrator

Daveannand Kangal Compliance &  Financial Officer

Richard Maynard Equity Specialist

Email: vcip@tstt.net.tt 

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Funds International Limited 84 Roberts Street Woodbrook, Trinidad Tel: (868) 628-FUND, Fax: (868) 622-1452 Email: fundstnt@yahoo.com Website: www.fundstt.com

About Us Funds International Limited is registered with the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (under the Securities Industry Act 1995) as licensed Investment Advisers. We provide financial and investment consultancy, as well as portfolio management services, to high net worth and corporate clients, both locally and regionally. We have also developed a pension administration software package for the administration of pension plans.

Chairman

Eric A. Adams

Stephen A. Singh

Executive Director

Corporate Secretary

Banking, Investment and Financial Services

K. Michael Daniell

About Investing Investing one’s money is generally a matter of weighing three factors: risk, return and time. Risk is a way to describe the fluctuations (or volatility) in the rate of return and the degree to which the rate of return will go up or down. Return is the earnings and gains on one’s capital over a measured period of time. Time is the length of time an investor plans to maintain an investment, and it helps to evaluate the appropriateness of an investment’s level of risk and return. Finally, an investor should look at diversification as part of his or her investment strategy. This will include investments across a spectrum of asset classes (i.e. stocks, bonds, mutual funds, etc.), domiciled both locally and internationally, and in varying currencies.

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KENTZ-OJ’S E&I SERVICES JV Electrical & Instrumentation Contractor Kentz-OJ’s E&I Services JV is a joint venture formed in 2001 between the international Kentz Group and the Trinidad and Tobago-based OJ’s Electrical & Instrumentation Services Limited. Kentz-OJ’s provides a range of specialist technical and project management services including procurement, construction, commissioning and start-up to national end-user clients and leading international engineering and project management companies.

Activities are focused in the hydrocarbons, process, power, industrial and communications sectors. Kentz-OJ’s E&I Services JV # 65 New Settlement, Dow Village California, Point Lisas, Trinidad, W.I. Tel.: (868) 636-4767 or Fax: (868) 679-6917 E-mail: michael.kenneally@kentz.com Website: www.kentz.com

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Harnessing energy for success

BP Trinidad and Tobago (bpTT) is a member of the BP Group and one of the leading companies in Trinidad and Tobago’s energy sector. With 13 offshore production platforms, our combined oil and gas output is over 450,000 barrels of oil equivalent daily. We are the country’s largest hydrocarbon producer, accounting for about 60% or two-thirds of the nation’s oil and gas production. Although owned by two international operating companies (BP - 70% and Repsol - 30%) our company has a distinctively national identity, outlook and character. Our operations are responsible for the employment of more than 2,000 persons directly and indirectly, through contractors and independent operators. BPTT’s hydrocarbon production virtually doubled during the last five years, with natural gas accounting for close to 90% of this growth. Gas sales average approximately 2.5 billion standard cubic feet daily. About 60% of our natural gas is exported as LNG - the major portion of which goes to the United States. The other 40% is sold for use as fuel or feedstock for local industry. BPTT believes that the key to long-range sustainability is building local expertise in all areas of the national petroleum industry – from exploration for oil and gas to the design and construction of platforms and the installation of pipelines. We continue to develop local capability through our investments in education and enterprise development. BPTT facilitated the birth of Trinidad and Tobago’s local offshore platform fabrication industry through the

extensive use of in-country expertise to build the first offshore platform ever designed and constructed with over 40% local input. Following the commissioning of the Cannonball platform in 2005, four further platforms, Mango, Cashima, Savonette and Serrette were also locally designed and constructed with over 80% of the labour performed by Trinidad and Tobago nationals. In the field of social development, bpTT works closely with community organizations, the people and the government creating mutually beneficial relationships. Our strongest focus is on interventions in education, arts and culture, environmental preservation, enterprise development and capacity building. We are, for example, closely involved with the development of national skills in engineering, petroleum geosciences, and other areas of study at the University of the West Indies (UWI) and the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT). Another outstanding example of our company’s commitment to education is the Mayaro Resource Centre – a former employee’s recreational facility which has been converted into a virtual campus, already successfully addressing the needs of this rural community to tertiary levels. We are of course committed to safety in our operations and protection of the environment. Our commitment may be summed up simply: “ No accidents, no harm to people, and no damage arising from the environmental impact of our operations, through ongoing training programmes and the reduction of waste, emission and discharges."

Where there is a passion for development

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Eleven Albion Cor. Albion and Dere Streets Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 821-7200 Fax: (868) 821-7299

JACOBS, Ko Country Manager Trinidad & Tobago

Centrica Energy is part of Centrica plc., a leading integrated energy company which has three other major subsidiaries – Centrica Storage, Direct Energy and British Gas.

KHAN, Soraya Head of Finance

ANTOINE, Dylan Supply Chain Lead

In Trinidad and Tobago, Centrica Energy is the operator for Blocks 1a, 1b, 22 and NCMA 4 and has non-operated interests in NCMA 1 and Block 2ab. Centrica Energy opened its doors to the public in Trinidad and Tobago on 23rd August 2010 and is continuing to grow and develop its position through estabexploration within existing acreage. Centrica Energy is committed to understanding, managing and reducing the environmental and ecological impacts of its activities through innovation, technology and cultural change.

Centrica Energy: Investing in

Trinidad & Tobago Our pioneering spirit means we go further. That’s why we’ve invested in the UK, Norway, the Netherlands and now Trinidad & Tobago. Centrica Energy is part of Centrica, a leading integrated energy company. For more information, please visit www.centrica.com

Energy and Energy-Related Industries

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Specialized in rental of marine equipment

World Wide Equipment Caribbean Limited Southern Main Road, Claxton Bay, Trinidad Tel: (868) 659-5671-2-3-4-5/5254 Fax: (868) 659-5676 Email: info@worldwide.mx.tt Website: www.worldwideequipment.nl

World Wide Equipment Caribbean Limited has been working and operating in Trinidad since 2003 and is a subsidiary of the Van Es Holding Group, based in the Netherlands. The Van Es Holding Group supplies heavy equipment for onshore and offshore projects worldwide. World Wide Equipment Caribbean Limited supplies marine and land-based equipment and services throughout the Caribbean region. Operations mainly include rental and operation of tugboats, crane barges, transport barges, crawler cranes and piling equipment. World Wide Equipment Caribbean Limited also has a large and gated yard space, fully loaded workshop with overhead gantry cranes, covered storage areas, and a port facility with a 90m quay wall and anchorage with mooring facilities. Our Mission Statement Well trained and motivated personnel, working and thinking according to our clients’ requirements with the use of quality and well maintained marine and land based equipment, bearing in mind the environment, allow us to execute our core activities in a safe, efficient and consistent manner. This ensures the continuity of our organisation and contributes positively to the goals of World Wide Equipment Caribbean Limited. Contact: Mr. Melvin Kluft General Manager melvin.kluft@worldwide.mx.tt Mr. Maurits Winkel Operations maurits.winkel@worldwide.mx.tt Ms. Sue-Ellen Heeralal Commercial sue-ellen.heeralal@worldwide.mx.tt

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Established in 1970, CARIRI has 40 years of experience in providing testing and consultancy services to governments and private sector organizations in the region. Staffed with over 60 highly trained and experienced professionals and technicians and supported by state of the art laboratories and equipment, CARIRI is well positioned to help our clients meet their challenges and forge new opportunities for growth and development. A world recognized innovative and solution oriented organization, CARIRI provides a diverse range of services in areas such as biotechnology, food and environmental microbiology, analytical chemistry, hydrocarbons, industrial materials, environmental management, information systems and quality management systems. CARIRI operates under two international quality management systems: ISO 9001: 2008 and ISO/IEC 17025. It enjoys close strategic relationships with a large number of local, regional and international organizations. Quality and confidentiality form the core of the Institute’s values.

Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Standards

We partner with you to provide technical solutions for your business - working together to meet new challenges and identify new opportunities.

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Head Office 126 Cipero Road, Victoria Village San Fernando, Trinidad Tel: (868) 657-5826/653-1412, Fax: (868) 657-3767 Email: istl1@innovativesecuritytech.com Website: www.innovativesecuritytech.com Branch Offices 31 Scott Bushe Street, Port of Spain, Tel: (868) 624-0605 7–9 Circular Road, San Fernando, Tel: LP 99, Gran Lagoon, Mayaro, Tel: (868) 630-9161 5 Guava Road, Point Fortin:868 648 6622 Main Road, Grand Chemin, Moruga, Tel: (868) 656-7962 5 Guava Road, Point Fortin, Tel: (868) 648-6622

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Lennox G. Carrington

Imtiaz Hosein

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Chief Financial Officer

Jason Charles

Richard Blaize

Kurt Lequay

Manager – Operations Efficiency

Manager – Operations Efficiency

Manager – Technologies

Vashtie Baksh Administrative Manager

Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Standards

Hubert Kirk Chief Security Officer

When it comes to professional, reliable, state-of-the-art security services and solutions across every major industry, Innovative Security Technologies Ltd (ISTL) is the leader. We provide security systems covering a range of services, including security consultancy and solutions, the provision of security professionals (armed and unarmed), and technology-based systems such as asset tracking, alarms, access control, surveillance and monitoring with response. ISTL began operations in May 2001. Over the past 10 years, we’ve established a large, diverse customer base including the major industrial estates, energy and energy-related industries and other prestigious organisations. Founded on the core values of confidentiality, integrity, and professionalism, we continuously strengthen our professionals through training and certification. ISTL is determined to anticipate and meet the ever-changing needs of our discerning clientele, providing superior security solutions that exceed their expectations. From personal security to business needs to government requirements, no challenge is too great for the dedicated staff of ISTL. Our passion for customer service is matched only by our ability to harness innovative technologies to provide clients with real-world security solutions in almost every sphere imaginable. These abilities have made Innovative Security Technologies Ltd the premium security service provider.

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Heller Security Services 1996 Limited 137 Eastern Main Road Barataria, Trinidad Tel: (868) 638-0530 Email: dwight.williams@hellersecurity.com

Ava Bowen General Manager

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Heller Security Services 1996 Limited is a privately owned company with over 15 years’ experience in providing security and security-related services to government, commercial and residential customers to ensure their safety and comfort. We are an established provider of armed, unarmed and canine officers, mobile patrol and cashon-transit services. Heller Security has a reputation with our customers for exceeding expectations. The pride and dedication of all our staff is spread through all our services. Whatever your industry, you can benefit from Heller Security Services 1996 Limited’s extensive capabilities in the provision of security services. Heller Security Services 1996 Limited’s main office is located at 137 Eastern Main Road, Barataria, and we provide protective services throughout Trinidad and Tobago. Our operations centre is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by trained personnel. Management and supervisors can respond quickly and effectively to any situation that may occur. Our Executive Team is comprised of professionals with many years of experience in corporate and contract security management, law enforcement, executive protection, and special event security. Our professional services include: • Personal protection • Commercial mobile patrol • VIP executive • service Emergency response • Driver service • Facilities maintenance

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National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago A Strong Legacy What Is National Insurance The National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago is the administrator of our country’s National Insurance System.

Ravi A. Ramoutar Chairman

Karen Gopaul

Executive Manager, Insurance Operations (Ag.)

Lorna Charles Executive Director (Ag.)

Niala Persad

Executive Manager, Legal Services, Corporate Secretary (Ag.)

Esther Charles

Executive Manager, Finance and Business (Ag.)

National Insurance is a compulsory, contribution funded, state operated social insurance scheme that protection to the insured person and his dependents in the event of medical incapacity, maternity, retirement or death of the insured. The principle of National Insurance is to give protection to the entire insured populace who may need assistance to compensate for losses in earnings that may occur in the event of certain contingencies. Such protection is provided whether or not commercial insurance they can coverage. This is acheived by using the economic power of the majority to compensate for losses to the minority. A

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Cherrie-Ann Crichlow-Cockburn

Executive Manager, Planning and Technology (Ag.)

Executive Manager, Human Resources

Greta Stephen-Henry

Jacqui Castillo

Manager, Legal Services (Ag.)

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The National Insurance Board was established by an Act of Parliament on November 15, 1971. Five months later, on April 10, 1972, the contribution was paid to the NIBTT. During this same week, the NIBTT began disbursing Retirement and Funeral Grants. The NIBTT is governed by a tri-partite Board of Management. Board members representing the interests of the business sector, the government and the labour movement are appointed by the Minister of Finance to oversee the operations of the organisation. Through its head located at Cipriani Boulevard in Port of Spain, Trinidad, the NIBTT manages a customer service network consisting of 14 locations - one in Tobago

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Established in 1966, the Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is an association of insurance companies and its members, which includes all life insurance companies, the majority of general insurance companies, as well as brokers, adjusters and other companies with a bona ďŹ de interest in the wellbeing of the industry. Constantly evolving to ensure the growth Douglas Camacho of the industry, ATTIC seeks the best interests President of its members. It has helped advance the propagation of learning among its members and the public in matters relating to insurance, and works closely with regulators to ensure that members develop and adhere to sound and prudent practices. ATTIC provides the industry with a “voiceâ€? in times of change. Each year ATTIC continues to make recommendations to the National Budget on behalf of the industry, and has established a Code of Ethics to maintain the highest standards of service to our consumers.

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Southern United Agencies Company Limited, located at 48-50 Lady Hailes Avenue, San Fernando, was started in 1976 as a supply house to the petroleum industry. Over the years the company expanded its operations to become one of the major local sales and service companies in Trinidad and Tobago. We provide the oil and gas, petrochemical, utilities and commercial industries with mechanical and instrumentation equipment and hand tools through alliances with reputable suppliers. Twenty years ago the company was acquired by the DAMUS Group of Companies and further growth patterns were introduced. The Damus Group consists of several companies in different fields of business, with Damus Limited, the parent company, being the largest fabrication company in the Caribbean. Our greatest asset is our human resources. As such, we are committed to the continuous training of our employees. Our focus is development of the company’s engineering and technical service capabilities. This is necessary to meet the high demands of our customers, thereby providing them with “quality” and “added value” services through knowledgeable and well-trained staff.

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• When you need a friend to do the things that you cannot do. • When you need a friend to do the things that you’re just not up to. • When you need a friend to take care, after everything is said and done, we’ll always be there for you.

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16 Alcazar Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain, Trinidad (868) 623-7827, (868) 223-HEAL (4325) Fax: (868) 622-7468 Email: renewstarserpentine@gmail.com

STAR SERPENTINE LTD. Since its opening in 2009, Renew has become one of the biggest and most successful rehabilitation clinics in Trinidad and Tobago a diverse range of specialist treatment including: Physiotherapy Occupational Therapy Specialist Hand and Upper Extremity Care Custom made Hand Splints Specialist Sports and Exercise Physician Diagnostic Ultrasound Exercise Physiology Strength and Conditioning Deep Tissue and Relaxation Massage Lymphodema Treatment / Massage Corporate Ergonomic Work Station Evaluations Home care With one of the country’s leading Sports Injury Doctors located within our facility, we deliver both assessment and rehabilitation under one roof; this results in excellent communication between doctor and therapist which ultimately leads to faster and more complete recovery for the client. Renew's focus also includes treatment of neurological and orthopedic conditions within the pediatric, geriatric and general population. With our central location, number of full time members and convenient opening hours (Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday treat8 a.m. – 12 noon), we are able to deliver prompt and ment while minimizing disruption to your working day. Renew’s on-site parking, wheel-chair convenient location in St. Clair also access and a designated patient pick up and drop zone. Indeed, the quality and variety of rehabilitation delivered by the Renew team is unsurpassed within Trinidad and Tobago.

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Anna Salvatori-Collier MPT Physical Therapist Master of Physical Therapy

Steven Frankland Bsc., MCSP Clinic Director / Physiotherapist Physiotherapist, Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

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Priya Gomes BSOS, MSOT Occupational Therapist Master of Occupational Therapy NBCOT

Dr. Anyl Lloyd Gopeesingh M.B.B.S., MSc, MFSEM Sports and Exercise Medicine Physician Specialist in Sports and Exercise Medicine Msc Sports and Exercise Medicine Member of the American College of Sport and Exercise Medicine Member of the British Association of Sports Exercise Medicine

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Warehouse #15, Fernandes Industrial Centre, Eastern Main Road, Laventille, Trinidad, West Indies. Tel: 626-3384 Fax: 626-2088 Email: records@chapmans.co.tt Website: www.chapmans.co.tt 134

We Inspire, Motivate and Collaborate with Public Sector HR professionals. We work closely withthe HumanResource functionin the Public Sector to facilitatecapacity buildingand enhancedservice deliveryto the public. Contactus nowto learn moreways that we can help you achieve the full potentialof your HR departments. Level 2,6 & 6A Saddle Road, Maraval,Trinidadand Tobago,W.I. PBX: + 1 868 629-GHRS (4477) • Fax: (868) 628-1305 • Email: info@ghrs.gov.tt • www.ghrs.gov.tt

INCORPORATE TT LIMITED PROVIDES CORPORATE SECRETARIAL SERVICES. THESE SERVICES INCLUDE: COMPANY INCORPORATION BUSINESS REGISTRATION FILING OF POST INCORPORATION DOCUMENTS COMPANY SEARCHES CERTIFIED/ PLAIN COPIES A6 Palmiste Drive Phillipine San Fernando Trinidad and Tobago 136

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PROCOMER - The Foreign Trade Corporation of Costa Rica c/o SOLUS BUSINESS CENTRE, 29 Long Circular Road, St. James, Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. Contact persons: Andrew Crawford & Sheri Joseph Tel: (868) 822-6085 • Fax: (868) 822-6051 • E-mail: caricom@procomer.com

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SWF&Co. is the leading public relations company in Trinidad and Tobago and has been in operation for over 18 years. The company is a Preferred Agency of the global Porter Novelli public relations network which has over one hundred (100) companies in sixty (60) countries on five (5) continents. Through this relationship SWF&Co. is able to draw on the international expertise and experience of the Porter Novelli network. Our Staff: We retain a dedicated imaginative staff. Collectively, with over 50 years experience we are the most innovative Public Relations company in the region.

Our Services: SWF&Co. provides a range of public relations services that includes assisting companies in setting up businesses in Trinidad and Tobago utilizing the company’s deep knowledge and understanding of the business marketplace and the political landscape. The work of SWF&Co. is based on sound strategy, powerful creativity and measurable results.

Crisis management is another key area of expertise for SWF&Co. Over the years SWF&Co. has assisted local and international corporations in navigating various crises. These actions enabled the companies to retain credibility, restore confidence and safeguard their reputation.

Sandra Welch-Farrell & Company (SWF&Co.) 11A Gray Street, St. Clair, Trinidad W.I. Tel: (868)-622-0049 | Fax: (868)-622-0046 | Email: swfco.pr@gmail.com

Our Clients: SWF&Co. has an impressive client list which includes some of the major multinational corporations, one of the world’s largest airlines, international agencies, blue chip companies within the energy, transportation, communications and financial services sectors.

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Sandra Welch-Farrell & Company (SWF&Co.)

Find us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/SWFCo Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/SWF_Co

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American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (AmCham T&T) 62 Maraval Road, Port of Spain P.O. Bag 150, Newtown, Port of Spain Tel: (868) 622-4466/0340, 628-2508 Fax: (868) 628-9428 Email: inbox@amchamtt.com Website: www.amchamtt.com

The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (AmCham) represents 300 companies: 75 percent Trinidad and Tobago companies and 25 percent multinationals. AmCham has the strongest private sector link with the US Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago. Its parent organisation, the Association of American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America, and 23 sister AmChams in the region represent 80 percent of US investment in the region. AmCham works within the following key focus areas: Simon Aqui President American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago

1. Enhancement of competitiveness. 2. Generation of new business and market access for services/goods by promotion of interaction among member companies, key T&T and US government agents, and sister AmChams. 3.

on policies and legislation by: working with the Government to ensure that the economic environment in Trinidad and Tobago facilitates foreign direct and domestic trade and investment; b. utilising its alliances to promote Trinidad and Tobago as a premier Foreign Direct Investment destination; c. lobbying US Administration for favourable trade policy towards the Caribbean.

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4. Transfer of knowledge by facilitating access to information and leveraging experiences to raise industry standards and positively impact on national systemic issues.

Lennox H. Sealy & Associates Ltd. P.O. Box 1820, Port of Spain, Trinidad. Tel: (868) 678-3164; 376-4104; 643-7136 Email: lensealy@yahoo.com

Lennox H. Sealy & Associates Ltd. is the region’s leading provider of management consultancy, management training and personal development services based on complex systems theory. Dr Sealy is our Managing Director and Lead Consultant. He marries his extensive training in the natural sciences, systems theory and management with his vast experience in management consultancy.

HUMANSETTLEMENT CONSULTANCY URBAN & RURAL LAND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVES, POLICIES, PROJECTS INTEGRATED LAND DEVELOPMENT • • • •

Viability & Sustainability Village Expansion Land Use & Layout Initiatives & Designs Squatter Regularisation

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Learning & Training Programmes: Quality Customer Service Successful Conflict Management Training the Trainer

LAND SURVEYS Ivan Laughlin

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Personal Development: Coaching and Mentoring Stressor Management Presentation Skills Our philosophy is to implement systems that will yield enhanced benefits to you and your customers.

NuMed Imaging Limited 8 Rookery Nook, Maraval, Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 622-6200 Email: numedimaging@gmail.com

Diane de Silva BA, BS, ARRT (N) US Licensed Nuclear Medicine Technologist for the past 20yrs.

At NuMed Imaging Ltd, we are committed to offering our clients the best services possible in nuclear medicine, aided by our professional and efficient staff. Our vision in forming this company was to offer clients a wide variety of services, coupled with the latest technology and highly skilled and experienced staff.

Nuclear medicine tests are painless and safe procedures which utilise radioactive material (isotopes) to detect and diagnose a wide variety of diseases and disorders. Our services include: • Bone scan

• MUGA study

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• Liver/spleen study

• Gastric emptying

• Hepatobiliary study

• Myocardial perfusion study

• Bone density testing

Ask your doctor for a referral or call to speak to our nuclear technologist.

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Chambers of Commerce British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce Caribbean Office Suite 211, ESG Business Suites Fitt Court, 9-11 Fitt Street Woodbrook Tel/Fax: (868) 222-7575 E-mail: info@britishcaribbean.com Website: www.britishcaribbean.com

Couva/Pt. Lisas Chamber of Commerce President: Mr Nal Ramsingh First Vice President: Ms Lela Lily Herai Contact: Ms Nadia Nassiah Campden Road, Couva Tel/Fax: (868) 636-5017 E-mail: couva.chamber@mail.tt

Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce (CAIC) President: Mr Carol Sylvester Evelyn Immediate Past President, V.P.: Mr Nigel John CEO: Ms. Carol Ayoung Email: carolayoung@tstt.net.tt 143 Abercromby Street (Corner Gordon and Abercromby St) Port of Spain P.O. Box 6541, TT Post (Maraval) Ground Floor, 27A Saddle Road, Maraval Tel/Fax: (868) 625-8766 E-mail: caic.admin@gmail.com Website: www.caic.org.tt

Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry and Commerce President: Mr Peter Kanhai Vice President: Mr Taran Singh 59 Eastern Main Road, Tacarigua Tel: (868) 640-5639 Fax: (868) 640-5639 Email: info@tunapunachamber.org Website: www.tunapunachamber.org

Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce President: Mr Zamanath “Billy” Ali Vice President: Mr Rudy Maharaj Suite 307, Regency Business Centre 21 Gaston Street, Lange Park Chaguanas Tel: (868) 671-5754/779-8804 Email: gccic@chaguanaschamber.org Website: www.chaguanaschamber.org

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India – Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce Chairman: Mr Deo Gosine Vice Chairman: Mr Ramnarine Ramkissioon c/o The Centre of Excellence Macoya Road, Tunapuna Tel: (868) 319-1780 Email: info@ittchamber.org Website: www.ittchamber.org Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce President: Mr Lincoln Ragbirsingh Vice President: Mr Sahid Hosein 18 Penal Rock Road, Penal Tel/Fax: (868) 647-0452 E-Mail: lragbirsingh@yahoo.com

Bandleader Wayne Berkeley Photo by Brian Ng Fatt,Trinidad and Tobago Guardian. Used with permission.

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Caribbean Estates, Lands & Villas Corner Milford & Golden Grove Roads Canaan, Tobago Tel: (868) 639-5263, 639-9663 Fax: (868) 639-2258 Email: info@realestatetobago.com Website: www.realestatetobago.com

Natalie Mahabir Owner / Broker

Since opening our doors in Tobago in 2000, our progressive and innovative approach to real estate, together with our hard-earned reputation for professionalism and integrity, has helped make Caribbean Estates, Lands & Villas the leader in the Tobago real estate market. The company handles all aspects of real estate, from residential land and home sales to commercial sales and rentals and tourism investments. Our extensive listings include properties throughout Tobago and a wide range of high quality holiday villas and apartments. We have assembled a strong and experienced sales team who are very knowledgeable about all aspects of the real estate industry. In addition, our agents can also offer advice on valuations, architectural and construction services, legal services and guidance through the planning approval process. Our rental and property management team works tirelessly to ensure that all the holiday villas and other properties under our portfolio are maintained to the highest standard, and that guests have a relaxing and enjoyable stay. Our mission is to give the very best service at all times.

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Port Authority of Trinidad & Tobago 1 Dock Road Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 623-2901/5 Fax: (868) 623-2901/5 ext 249 Website: www.patnt.com

Kelvin Harris

Leon Grant

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Exec. Mgr. Scarborough & G.S.S.

Charmaine Lewis

Sandra Henry

Neil Bridgelal

Exec. Mgr. Finance & Administration

Hugh Gibson

Head of Information Technology

Head of Marketing

Lenin Oliviere

Mgr. Property Development

Health & Safety Officer

Robert Ramsubhag Equipment Mgr.

Selective statistical details for the past year (2010) are as follows: Throughput of 388,960 TEU’s. More than 51% of these were trans-shipment units. Break bulk tonnage 168,861. Ro-Ro cars 16,374. Total vessel calls 638. Of that, 54 were Ro-Ro car carriers. Bulk cargo vessels 19, Break bulk cargo vessel calls 34. Contact Information: • Colin Lucas GM/CEO(pro tem) /CEO – PPOS Tel: (868) 623- 2901/5 Ext 101 Email: colinl@patnt.com • Sandra Henry Head of Marketing Tel: (868) 623- 2901/5 Ext 271 Email: sandrah@patnt.com • Kelvin Harris Tel: (868) 623- 2901/5 Ext 134 Email: kelvinh@patnt.com Port Authority website: www.patnt.com

Lyrine Lewis

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Erva Bruno Port Secretary

Claudette Edwards Mgr. of Insurance Admin. & Claims

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In February 2011, the Port Authority bade farewell to the Portia Management Consultant Team, welcoming Mr. Colin Lucas once again to the helm of the organization. Lucas has been appointed Chief Executive Officer, of both the Port Authority and the Port of Port of Spain (PPOS). With over 31 years Port experience, and having served as the Port’s General Manager from 1997 to 2004, Mr. Colin Lucas is no stranger to Port Operations. He is committed to ensuring that PPOS continues to meet industry standards and accomplish its mission of becoming “the most attractive, efficient, customer oriented Port in the Region”. The Port of Port of Spain is the cargo handling unit of the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago. It is the country’s main port, providing berthing for international cargo vessels ranging from container, breakbulk and roll-on/roll-off to dry bulk, liquid bulk and cruise passenger carriers. Port of Port of Spain also provides towage services, container stripping and stuffing services, warehousing, and a one-stop barrel shop for clearance and delivery of personal effects.

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Enjoy the thrill of Internet Shopping The Aeropost Network provides E-commerce solutions in the Caribbean and Latin America. We have been servicing the region for the last 25 years as the leader in facilitating Internet purchases and deliveries. We enable through our end-to-end service and support:

James Fendell

Wayne Chee Ting

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Linking local merchants to US wholesalers and suppliers. A personal or corporate delivery address in Miami for Internet Shopping, 800/As seen on Gillian Rodriguez-Clark

In house shopping advisors for purchasing on your behalf.

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Fernandes Industrial Compound 627-4877 Port of Spain 628-9244 Gopaul Lands, Marabella 658-4105 Atlantic Plaza, Point Lisas 679-6562 TLH Building, Milford Road, Scarborough 631-8640

Insa Shipping Services Limited

24 Las Lomas Road Las Lomas No. 3 Trinidad Tel: (868) 628-1774 Cell: (868) 769-2133 Email: foxxcouriers@yahoo.com

133 Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 625-9909 Fax: (868) 625-5897 Email: insashipping@gmail.com Website: www.insashipping.com

Jenson Fox Managing Director Cell: 769-2133

Foxx Couriers Ltd is the twin islands’ couriers committed to sharing your passion for customer service excellence. In response to today’s ever-evolving industry, Foxx Couriers is inspired to provide the ultimate delivery service. Foxx Couriers offers its clients service backed by over 15 years of industry experience with an understanding of clients’ expectation of value for money. It is excited to introduce a door-to-door delivery service throughout Trinidad and Tobago. Although national in scope, the Tobago link has been given special importance. Foxx Couriers can accept and deliver almost any item nationwide up to 26kg. For larger and bulkier items special arrangements are accepted with prior notification. We are committed to provide security of products, frequency of delivery, cost savings and service.

Ian Angeron Managing Director

Anthony Fox

Roseline Poon

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Insa Shipping Services Limited is a professional “one-stop shop” providing door-to-door service for customs brokerage, freight forwarding and logistics. We also provide cargo consolidation; air and ocean freight handling; import and export services; transportation and professional consultation. The owners/directors are Ian Angeron and Roseline Poon, who have a competent team to coordinate your shipments from the point of receiving your documentation to the point of delivering your cargo. We have experience of over 50 years in the customs brokerage, freight forwarding and logistics fields and are well equipped to service our clients. Our offices use the ACE customs program. We utilise two-way radio communication and cellphones in order to track the status of your goods and keep you informed in a timely manner. Call us anytime or visit our website at www. insashipping.com and fill in a rate request form. We would be happy to provide you with a quotation for shipping or customs brokerage services. •

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Shipping Solutions & Services Limited

15 Scott Bushe Street Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 623-3355, 625-2388 Fax: (868) 623-8570 Email: om@shipping.co.tt Website: www.shipping.co.tt

Suite 11, Cruise Ship Complex Dock Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad Tel: (868) 627-3627; Fax: (868) 623-4475 Email: operations@shippingsolutionsandservices.com Website: www.shippingsolutionsandservices.com

The Shipping Association of Trinidad and Tobago (SATT) was established in 1938 and represents the interests of key industry stakeholders such as shipping agents, ship owners and/or ship operators, ship brokers, freight forwarders, ports and terminals, and NVOCCs, among others. Some of SATT’s principal objectives include:

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Shipping Solutions and Services Limited was established in 2004 to provide services in the fields of FCL, LCL and consolidation cargo via air, sea and land; international freight and logistics; port and vessel agency; heavy lift vessel and cargo management (inclusive of jack-ups and semi-submersibles); marine repairs, towage and husbandry.

Ashton Le Blanc Managing Director

Playing a significant role in facilitating interaction between members and these entities to influence key efficiencies vital to SATT, trade facilitation and industry reform.

The Association is committed to strengthening the position of its members in the marketplace, and promoting capacity-building initiatives for the merchant marine industry. SATT will continue to evolve to ensure that it remains relevant to its diverse membership in an ever-challenging environment.

Judy Le Blanc Director of Business Development

ADHOC SERVICES Customs brokerage; international trade documentation; inland transportation; hull cleaning; logistic services; cargo and freight services; ship equipment hot works; vessel on/off hire; marine; electrical, mechanical and structural engineering. EFFICIENCIES Heavy-lift coordination; logistics and operations; benchmarking and cost control to ensure the best price; customs and immigration authorities representation on arrival and departure during vessel port stay. Shipping Solutions and Services Limited operates on a 24/7 schedule with a professional team of staff ready to serve each customer. We believe that great business relationships are built on trust, integrity and dedication and by fully understanding our customers’ needs, thereby positioning our services to meet those needs.

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Hilton Hotel

Prime Minister’s Residence and Diplomatic Centre

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David Myers President, Winfosoft Inc.

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Winfosoft Inc. is a consulting and software applications firm whose executive management team has over 30 years of business applications/ERP experience. Winfosoft entered the Caribbean when it contracted with one of the largest Caribbean manufacturers of non-alcoholic drinks, and, in 2010, with a group of companies within the manufacturing, packaging and brewing segment of one of the largest Caribbean conglomerates. With this commitment, Winfosoft has established Winfosoft Caribbean, managed by local resources that have 25-plus years’ experience in providing business solutions to the Caribbean. Winfosoft is a Gold Certified Microsoft Partner, a member of Microsoft’s President Club, and winner of the Microsoft Competency Award for best customer service and industry expertise. Solution offerings include Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM focused towards distributors and manufacturers, group companies and governments, as well as Winfosoft’s own applications – mobile sales, route management and accounting, pricing and promotions.

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Bajnath, Vaman ......................... 14 Balbirsingh, Valmiki .................. 120 Baldeosingh, Steve .................... 65 Balgobin, Indra .......................... 50 Balkissoon, Rakesh ................. 130 Ballah-Tull, Lindi......................... 22 Baptiste, Emile .......................... 14 Baptiste, Josef .......................... 32 Baptiste, Nigel M. ...................... 26 Baron, Eric ................................ 51 Barrow,Gary ............................ 169 Beckles, Bobby ......................... 76 Beepath, Sookdeo .................. 107 Beepath-Ramjohn, Judy .......... 156 Belgrave, David ....................... 165 Benjamin, Adrian ....................... 93 Benjamin, Gillian ........................ 28 Besson, Linda ......................... 143 Bhagan-Khan, Carol .................. 93 Birchwood James, Carol Ann .. 178 Birju, Dayanand ......................... 14 Bissessar, Reshma .................. 133 Bissoon, Ken ........................... 156 Blackman, Camille ..................... 58 Blaize, Richard ........................... 91 Bolai, Roger............................. 170 Bonterre, Bradley..................... 116 Boochoon, Yvonne .................. 130 Boodoo, Russell ...................... 138 Boodoosingh, Jo-Anne .............. 50 Bowen, Ava ............................... 97 Bowen, Kirt ............................... 90 Bridgelal, Neil .......................... 157 Britto-Lee, Celia....................... 115 Broadbridge, Stephen ............. 178 Bruno, Erva ............................. 157 Burju, Dayanand ........................ 14 Burke, Peter .............................. 64 Butcher, Pat ............................ 120 Butcher, Patricia ........................ 48 Caballero, Charmaine ................ 26 Cadiz, Stephen ............................ 6 Camacho, Douglas ............ 21, 108 Campbell, Norris...................... 169 Carew, Marlon ......................... 170 Carmichael, Carole .................. 170 Carr, Makaya ........................... 131 Carrillo, Miguel ........................... 50

Carrington, Helen .................... 133 Carrington, Ken ....................... 120 Carrington, Lennox G. ............... 91 Carrington, Pete ........................ 91 Castillo, Jacqui ........................ 104 Chadee, Amarjit ....................... 137 Chai-Alves, Lousanna .............. 178 Champion, Michelle ................ 130 Chang, Byron .......................... 167 Charles, Anthony ..................... 106 Charles, Esther ........................ 104 Charles, Jason .......................... 91 Charles, Lorna ......................... 104 Chee Ping, Rhett ..................... 160 Chee Ting, Wayne ................... 158 Chin Aleong, Marc ................... 135 Chin, Mervyn J. ......................... 43 Chin-Vieira, Alicia ....................... 32 Chinapoo, Ian ............................ 31 Chinnia-Ramadeen, Rosalind..... 14 Chote, Lisa ................................ 84 Christopher, Sharon ................... 22 Clark, Gillian ............................ 158 Clarke, Aldwyn .......................... 98 Clarke, Byron D. ........................ 24 Clarke, Kevin ............................. 98 Clarke, Peter ........................... 106 Clarke-De Freitas, Tricia ............. 98 Colthrust, Philip ....................... 170 Colthrust, Roxanne .................. 123 Constantine, Clyde .................... 84 Correia, Frances .......................... 9 Cramer, Alastair ........................... 5 Crawford, Andrew ................... 140 Crichlow-Cockburn, Cherrie-Ann ... ................................................ 104 Crichton, Raymond ................... 22 Cross, Ian .................................... 9 Cuffie, Gladston ......................... 30 Cupid, Carl D............................. 51 Da Costa, Loraine.................... 137 Dabideen-Maraj, Stara ............... 80 Dalrymple, Garvin .................... 115 Daniel, Jerome .......................... 76 Daniell, K. Michael ..................... 35 Darbasie, Karen ......................... 32 Dasent, John ........................... 131 Dass, Wayne ............................. 36 De Boehmler, Allan .................. 95 De Boehmler, Rodney ................ 95 De Four, Arnold ......................... 59 De Gannes, Martin.................... 28 De Gannes, David ..................... 16 De Silva, Diane ........................ 144 De Silva, Mitchell ....................... 28 De Sousa, Dianna .................... 169 De Souza,....................... Ian R.26 Deane, Trevor .......................... 169 Denny, Christopher .................... 32 Detje, Michael ............................ 24

Dhoray, Sasha .......................... 50 Dick, Richard ........................... 135 Dillon, Carlos ........................... 151 Dillon, Frank .............................. 72 Din Chong, Christopher ........... 125 Dipchan, Molita ....................... 130 Dore, Ian.................................. 130 Driver, Thackwray .................... 143 Duchesneau, Jeff ..................... 158 Duke, Glenroy............................ 53 Dulal-Whiteway, David J. ........... 26 Duncan, Hugh .......................... 33 Duncan, Clint ........................... 156 Dwarika, Anjenney ..................... 51 Earle, Rhonda ............................ 51 Edwards, Avril............................ 22 Edwards, Claudette ................. 157 Edwards, Joseph....................... 14 Edwards-Alleyne, E. Joanne ... 160 Enill, Allison................................ 95 Espinet, Richard ........................ 21 Evans, Dennis............................ 32 Eyre, Mervyn................................ 9 Farah, Anthony D..................... 108 Fearon, Nicole ......................... 164 Fendell, James ........................ 158 Florence, Gregor...................... 130 Ford, Brent ................................ 21 Forde, Louie .............................. 65 Fox, Anthony ........................... 159 Fox, Jenson............................. 159 Francis, Rawle E. ....................... 17 Frankland, Steven .................... 132 Frederick, Louis J. ..................... 14 Frost, Sterling ............................ 32 Fuller, Ramon .......................... 126 Furlonge-Khan, Elizabeth ........... 94 Gangabissoon, Shuresh ............ 80 Ganteaume, Peter ..................... 21 Garcia, Kendell ............................ 5 García-Brooks, Anna -María ...... 26 Gatt, Gordon ........................... 103 George, Venice ........................ 107 Georges, Jenifer ........................ 61 Ghany, Lisa.............................. 146 Gibson, Hugh .......................... 157 Gillette, Lindsay ......................... 64 Gillezeau, Graeme ..................... 79 Gittens, Peter .......................... 137 Glaisher, Dawn ........................ 150 Gobin-Seecharan, Desiree ....... 142 Gomes, Garvin ........................ 141 Gomes, Priya ........................... 132 Gomes, Ricky .............................. 5 Gomez, Ian ................................ 14 Gonsalves, Emmanuel E. ........... 51 Gonsalves, Lindsay.................. 103 Gonsalves, Teresa ..................... 31 Gopaul, Karen ......................... 104

Gopeesingh, Anyl Lloyd ........... 132 Gormandy, Debbie....................... 1 Gosein, Meghnath ..................... 89 Gosine, Beena ......................... 150 Gosine, Shubhash ................... 150 Goswami, Rakesh ................... 169 Gowrie, Charlene ..................... 139 Graham, Kalydon..................... 112 Grannum, James ..................... 116 Gransaull, John ......................... 61 Grant, Kyran .............................. 34 Grant, Leon ............................. 157 Gregoire, Gary ......................... 150 GrifďŹ th, Adlyne ......................... 103 Grosvenor-La Pierre, Janine..... 115 Gruny, Alison ........................... 125 Guevara, Leslie .......................... 71 Guichard, Dietrich .................... 116 Gurley-Mouttet, Aileen ............. 120 Hackett, David ........................... 24 Hadad, Diane ............................ 14 Hadeed, Christian .................... 103 Hadeed, Dominic .................. 6,145 Hadeed, Troy ............................. 99 Halls, Michael ............................ 16 Hamid, Imran ............................... 1 Hamid, Shiraz ............................ 33 Hamilton, Wade ......................... 59 Harford, Anthony ..................... 167 Harford, Ronald F. Dec. ............. 26 Harripaul, Arjoon ........................ 36 Harris, Kelvin ........................... 157 Harris, Stephen ......................... 99 Harrylal, Nirmala ........................ 50 Harryram, Kaimraj ...................... 80 Hassanali, Karlene ................... 140 Hassanali, Khalid ....................... 65 Haynes, Zilla .............................. 71 Hector, Carl ............................... 64 Heeralal, Harjoon ....................... 22 Heeralal, Sue-Ellen .................... 78 Henderson, Anna .................... 167 Henderson, Ian ........................ 165 Hennis, Brian ........................... 103 Henry, Ralph, Dr....................... 151 Henry, Sandra.......................... 157 Henzell, Wes ....................... Lee 32 Hepburn, Karrian ....................... 28 Herai, Amos .............................. 24 Herbert, Ricky ........................... 16 Hernandez, ........................ Felix 14 Herrera, Carol Ann ................... 172 Hilaire, Sheila J. ....................... 132 Hill, George E. ......................... 169 Holder, Corinne........................ 139 Hosein, Aleem ........................... 64 Hosein, Azam .......................... 116 Hosein, Imtiaz ............................ 91 Hosein, Kazim ......................... 116

Hospedales, Andrew ............... 130 Howai, Larry .............................. 22 Howe-Dopwell, Jennilynn ........ 104 Hoyte, Merle Dr.......................... 51 Imamshah, Enid....................... 130 IngleďŹ eld, Peter .......................... 64 Isava, Richard .......................... 103 Jacob, Peter ............................ 107 Jacobs, Ko ................................ 69 Jadoonanan, Sushilla................. 84 Jagessar-Lutchman, Tracey ..... 114 Jaggarnath, Sharlene ................ 51 Jaggernauth, Rabindra .................. ....................................8,135 &145 Jagmohan, Sati ......................... 72 James, Belinda .......................... 28 Jameson, Warren ...................... 17 Jardine, Mary........................... 150 Jardine, Stacy.......................... 137 Joadsingh, Varma ...................... 14 Jodhan, Luigi ........................... 130 Jodhan, Shaun ........................ 130 Joel, Leisel .............................. 139 Johnson, Kelvin ....................... 143 Jokhoo, Khemram ..................... 64 Jones, Derrick ......................... 169 Jones, Emlyn ............................. 90 Jones, Haydn ............................ 58 Jones, John............................... 58 Jones, Raphael ....................... 53 Jones-McLean, Aline ................. 53 Joseph, Andre ........................... 36 Joseph, Glenford ....................... 90 Joseph, Lisa-Ann .................... 126 Joseph, Nicholas ..................... 137 Joseph, Nicole......................... 137 Joseph, Sheri .......................... 140 Julien, Jason ............................. 22 Jupiter, Andrew ......................... 58 Juteram, Jacqueline ................ 135 Kalliecharan, Gary...................... 14 Kalloo, Gary ............................. 166 Kamara, Kasala ......................... 84 Kangal, Daveannand ................. 34 Kanhai, Derek .......................... 103 Kanhai, Relindor J. .................. 150 Keil, Fabian ................................ 28 Khan, Faziah .............................. 28 Khan, Mikkell ........................... 125 Khan, Reshard........................... 64 Khan, Ryan C. ......................... 126 Khan, Shabir............................ 106 Khan, Soraya ............................. 69 King, Ernest ............................. 142 King-Newton, Patrice ................ 51 Kipps, Eric ................................. 97 Kisto, Dave .............................. 114 Kluft, Melvin ............................... 78 Knaggs, John .......................... 150 Knaggs, Sharon....................... 150

Koylass, Naseem ....................... 51 Kravatzky, Axel ........................ 133 Kumar, Catherine ..................... 145 Lall, Jennifer ............................ 143 Lalla, Christopher ........................ 1 Laquis-Rampaul, Rachel............ 32 Laughlin, Ivan .......................... 144 Lazzari, Robert ........................ 106 Le Blanc, Ashton ..................... 160 Le Blanc, Judy......................... 160 Le Hunte, Robert ....................... 26 Leal, Manuel .............................. 32 Lee Loy, Angela ... Inside Back Cover Lee Ying, Saadia...................... 139 Legge, Gary............................. 120 Lennox, Sealy H. ..................... 144 Lequay, Kurt .............................. 91 Lewis, Arnold............................. 90 Lewis, Charmaine .................... 157 Lewis, David ............................ 120 Lewis, Karlene ........................... 94 Lewis, Lyrine............................ 157 Lewis, Mark ............................. 120 Lewis, Mervyn ......................... 120 Lewis, Richard ..................... 4, 120 Lezama, Adrian......................... 28 Lezama, Renato...................... 103 Lok Jack, Arthur ........................ 21 Look Kin, Richard ...................... 32 Lopez, Susan .......................... 107 Lord-Lewis, Marleen .................. 58 Lousaing, Marjorie ................... 150 Low Foon, Glen ....................... 165 Lucas, Colin ............................ 157 Lucas, Sameel ......................... 131 Luk Pat, Damian ...................... 164 LumKang, Robert .................... 164 Lynch, Peggy E. ........................ 51 Mack, Jeff.................................. 21 Mahabir, Natalie ....................... 152 Mahabir-Wyatt, Diana ............. 139 Mahabirsingh, Ramona .............. 95 Mahadeo, Rena ......................... 51 Maharaj, Bramie .......................... 1 Maharaj, Dayanand.................... 14 Maharaj, Gharish ..................... 120 Maharaj, Kailash ...................... 171 Maharaj, Krishendath ................. 24

Maharaj, Krishnarine ................ 165 Maharaj, Namdeo ...................... 96 Maharaj, Rudranand ................ 137 Maharaj, Rudranath ................... 64 Maingot, Kristi ......................... 132 Manchoon, Curtis .................... 138 Manchoon, Margaret ............... 138 Manocha, Dipinder .................... 96 Manocha, Shaun ....................... 96 Manoo, Ahalia ......................... 107 Manraj, Shiva ............................. 22 Maraj, Anil ................................... 5 Marajh, Devindra ..................... 104 Mark, Sekou .............................. 22 Martina, Steven ......................... 21 Martins, Terrence ..................... 120 Mata, Monique ........................ 164 Maynard, Richard ...................... 34 Mc Clean, Solange ................... 1 Mc Donald, Wendy .................. 166 Mc Intosh, S. Andrew ................ 59 McClean, Kevin ....................... 140 McKenzie, Allan .................. I. Dr 51 Mendez, Shadeeka.................. 137 Messiah, Edghill....................... 169 Millette, Sherwyn ....................... 51 Mills, Fenwick .......................... 169 Minors, Nigel ............................. 72 Mitchell, Selvonne...................... 88 Mohammed, Celeste ............... 166 Mohammed, Derek .................. 137 Mohammed, Javed.................... 80 Mohammed, Jennifer ............... 115 Mohammed, Jim Murad ............ 84 Mohammed, Lily ...................... 107 Mohammed, Nesha ................. 130 Mohammed, Rafael ................... 53 Mohammed, Risa ........................ 5 Mohammed, Sean ..................... 69 Mohammed, Shabana ................. 5 Mohammed, Sherri .................... 88 Mohammed, Steve Dr ............. 138 Mohan, Kenwin ......................... 76 Mohan, Lutchmin .................... 107 Mohan, Nyla ............................ 137 Montas, Adi Mabel .................... 50 Montserin, Adam ..................... 139 Mooleedhar, Devati .................... 33

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Moonilal, Roodal Dr ................... 96 Moron-Gittens, Michael ............... 1 Moses, D’Angelo ....................... 95 Motilal, Verneshia..................... 141 Mouttet Joseph, Jo-Anne ........ 137 Mouttet, Charles A..................... 26 Mouttet, Victor B. .................... 120 Mowser, Robert ....................... 103 Moze, Blaine ................................ 1 Mukerji, Bis ................................ 24 Mungal, Kamla .......................... 50 Mungroo, Curtis........................... 5 Muradali, Afzal........................... 53 Murray, Marlene ....................... 137 Murray-Solomon, Susan .......... 106 Mustapha -Scott, Natasha....... 145 Myers, David ........................... 172 Nancoo, Keston ...................... 143 Nandial, Dale D. ........................ 51 Narayansingh, Patricia ............... 24 Nath, Larry ................................ 22 Nelson, Susan ......................... 104 Newallo, Michelle ..................... 115 Newton, Hayden........................ 14 Nicholas, Fayola ........................ 50 Nicholas-Kneyseh, Michael T. .... 88 Nicholas-Kneyseh, Sean ............ 88 Noel, Ronell ............................... 93 Noreiga, Kenrick ........................ 80 Nothnagel, Nicholas .................. 16 Oliver, Susanna ........................ 139 Oliviere, Lenin .......................... 157 Omar, Deryck ............................ 94 Orr, Curtis .................................. 51 Palmer, Mona .......................... 130 Pantin, Aveme ......................... 156 Parks, Janet ............................ 151 Parsanlal, Neil .......................... 139 Pascall, Alvin ........................... 151 Patrick, Shelly Ann ................... 164 Patrick, Staci-Ann .................... 166 Paul, Gillian Dr ........................... 51 Paul, Hayden ............................. 76 Peón, Roberto ......................... 169 Percy, Charles ..................... 6, 143 Permuy, Frances ...................... 137 Persad, Niala ........................... 104 Persad, Ronah .......................... 94

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Persad, Savon ........................... 28 Persad, Sherry Ann ................... 36 Phillips, Atiba ........................... 166 Phriday-Lewis, Zita .................... 90 Pierre, Anthony P. ............ 134, 137 Pierre, Franklyn .......................... 95 Pierre, Mervyn ........................... 58 Pierre, Nicolle .......................... 126 Pires, Natalie ........................... 141 Pollard, Reginald ..................... 126 Poon, Roseline ........................ 159 Potts, Arthur C. Dr ..................... 51 Pouchet, Lorraine .................... 178 Prescott, Fabien ........................ 16 Proudfoot, Andrew .................. 126 Quamina, Jacqueline H.C. ......... 26 Quan, Johnny ............................ 71 Quan, Richard ........................... 71 Quentrall-Thomas, Lara ........... 140 Questel, Quinten ...................... 171 Quinton, Nigel............................ 88 Ragbir, Harold.......................... 156 Raggay, David ......................... 137 Raghunanan, Allan .................... 51 Rahaman, H. Philip .................... 31 Ram, Arnold .............................. 64 Ramdeo, Carl ............................ 84 Ramdhanie, Rebecca ................ 59 Ramdial, Richard ..................... 131 Ramdial, Suresh ........................ 14 Ramirez Sean .......................... 137 Ramjattansingh, Randall .......... 164 Ramkissoon, Dhaniram.............. 84 Ramlal-Chirkoot, Lalita............... 51 Ramnarine Kevin ......................... 6 Ramnarine, Jalim ..................... 165 Ramoutar, Krishendath .............. 64 Ramoutar, Ravi A. .................... 104 Rampaul, Errol ........................... 94 Rampersad Christian ................... 5 Ramroop, Ramesh .................... 71 Ramsaran, Kassima................. 164 Ramsaran, Marcus .................... 71 Ramsaroop, Sham .................... 80 Ramsingh, Devanand .............. 171 Ramsubhag, Robert ................ 157 Raphael, Edison ...................... 106 Rattansingh, Lennox .................. 84

Ravishankar, V. .......................... 33 Raymond, Mark ......................... 43 Reddock, Theodore ................... 94 Reid, Fenwick .......................... 165 Reid, Lisa ................................ 164 Richardson, Godwyn ............... 151 Riley, Dexter .............................. 61 Roberts, Kerryll ........................ 139 Robinson, Glenroy P. ............... 114 Robinson, Joan M. .................. 114 Rodriguez-Clark, Gillian ........... 158 Rodriguez, ................... Debbie 167 Rogers, Linus .......................... 169 Roopchandsingh, Tickaram ....... 59 Roopnarine, Devnath ................. 93 Rostant, Ketura ....................... 115 Rostant, Marc .......................... 167 Rowe, Roland .......................... 164 Rudden, Kyle ........................... 137 Sabga, Andrew.................... 8,145 Sahadeo, Ryan .......................... 80 Salvatori-Collier, Anna .............. 132 Samaroo, Ann Marie .............. 130 Sampson, Geneva ..................... 51 Samuel, Anne Marie ................ 115 Samuel, Camille Dr .................... 51 Sancho, Carolyn ........................ 93 Sandy, Christopher .................... 22 Sankar, Gilbert ........................... 28 Sarabjit, Deonarine .................... 72 Saunders, Richard ................... 150 Scipio-Hosang, Michelle ............ 58 Scoon, Stephen ...................... 158 Scott, Lennox ............................ 16 Seaman, Brian ........................... 93 Sebarath, Mahadeo .................. 28 Seecharan, Ramlakan.............. 104 Seeraj, Anthony ......................... 31 Seerattan, Ronnie .................... 141 Seymour, Carl .......................... 165 Shah, Reaaz .............................. 31 Shepard, Christian ..................... 5 Shim, Melissa .......................... 140 Sim, Bruce ................................ 24 Simon-Thompson, Nicole .......... 69 Singh, Anand ........................... 166 Singh, Joanne ......................... 107 Singh, Joth ................................ 96 Singh, Roopnarine Oumade ...... 26 Singh, Stephen A. ..................... 35 Slaytor, John................................ 9 Smith, Dirk................................. 22 Smith, Hugh ................................ 9 Smith, Janice............................. 97 Smith, Jenifer ............................ 43 Smith, Raymond ........................ 28 Sobion, Judith ........................... 22 Solomon, Garry ......................... 72 Solomon, Homer ....................... 16 Sookdar Warren ........................ 22

Sookdeo, Jean ........................ 130 Sookoo, Suresh B. .................... 24 Sosa, Watnel ............................. 22 Soverall, Robert ......................... 28 Spiers, Stuart .......................... 150 St. Clair Anthony........................ 22 Stephen-Henry, Greta .............. 104 Stott, Barrie ............................. 131 Subiah, Niegel ......................... 156 Sutherland, Kieran ................... 106 Sylvester, Neil ............................ 51 Tarquini, Tracey ........................ 139 Taylor, Ashley ........................... 156 Taylor-Hanna, Andrea ................ 26 Tewari, Ravi ............................... 21 Tewarie Singh, Shavindra ......... 170 Tewarie, Nirad.......................... 145 Thomas, Crystal ........................ 80 Thomas, Dexter ....................... 170 Thomas, Keith ......................... 167 Thomas, Neive ........................ 139 Thomas, Robert ........................ 99 Thompson, Dayne ................... 120 Thompson, Junior ..................... 80 Thomson, Gregory I. .................. 26 Thorne, Maria ............................ 59 Ticklal, Dinesh ......................... 167 Tull, Kendall ............................. 166 Valley, Kurt ................................. 22 Van Lare, Ruth ........................... 14 Ventour-Corbie, Lenora.............. 33 Villaroel, Lorraine ..................... 131 Wall, Gillian .............................. 131 Watkins, L. Anthony................. 139 Wharwood, Sean ..................... 130 White, Denyse ......................... 166 Wiggins, Roger .......................... 72 Wilcox, Terry ............................ 106 Williams, Dwight ........................ 97 Williams, Maureen ................... 126 Williams, Steve .......................... 94 Wilson, Earl ............................. 137 Wilson, Lygia ........................... 107 Wilson, Neil ............................. 151 Wiltshire, Simon ......................... 93 Winkel, Maurits .......................... 78 Wong, Anthony......................... 26 Wong, David ........................ 8, 145 Woo, Krystal ................................ 1 Woodhams, Christopher .......... 103 Wooding, Camille .................... 142 Yip Chuck, Karen....................... 26 Yorke-Westcott, Jacqueline ..... 142 Young, Richard P. ...................... 28 Young, Melanie ........................ 167 Zaki, Salwa ................................ 28

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Pierre & Co. .................................................................. 134 Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business .................................. 50 ASCO Trinidad Limited ..................................................................... 61 Association of Real Estate Agents (AREA)....................................... 150 Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC).. 108 Atlantic ............................................................................................ 66 Beacon Insurance Company Limited ...... 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KCL Capital Market Brokers Limited ................................................. 35 Kencita Limited ............................................................................... 150 Kentz-OJ’s E&I Services JV .............................................................. 42 Key West Real Estate ..................................................................... 150 Label House Group Limited .................................................... 120, 121 Lake Asphalt of Trinidad and Tobago (1978) Limited ......................... 72 Leadership Consulting Group ......................................................... 138 Lennox H. Sealy and Associates Limited ........................................ 144 MAX Corporate Support Solutions ................................................. 144 Medicard Limited ............................................................................ 138 Mical Marketing Limited .................................................................. 125 Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs .................................................. 6 Ministry of Trade and Industry ............................................................. 6 Myersontooth Company (Trinidad) .................................................. 115 National Energy Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NEC) .. 58 National Energy Skills Center (NESC) ................................................ 53 National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) ............................................................................. 58, 59 and 60 National Helicopter Services Limited ................................................ 16 National ICT Company Limited (iGovTT).......................................... 166 National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NIB)........... 104, 105 National Maintenance Training and Security Company Limited (MTS)................................................................................................ 84 National Training Agency of Trinidad and Tobago (NTA) ..................... 54 Neal and Massy Automotive Limited – Volvo ....................................... 5 Neal and Massy Group ....................................................................... 5 New India Assurance Company (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited ....... 107 NGC Group of Companies ............................................. 58, 59 and 60 National Information and Communication Technology Company Limited (iGovTT).............................................................................. 166 Nu Med Imaging Limited................................................................. 144 Occupational Safety and Health Authority and Agency (OSHA) ......... 93 ODYSSEY CONSULTinc Limited .................................................... 139 Optometrists Today (Today’s Optical Limited) ...................................... 7 Paramount Group of Companies ...................................................... 40 Paramount Transport and Trading Company Limited ........................ 40 Paramount Transport and Trading Contractors Limited ..................... 40 Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce ............................................... 146 Pereira and Company Limited......................................................... 167 Personnel Management Services Limited (PMSL) ........................... 139 Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (Petrotrin) . 64, 65 Piranha International Limited ............................................................. 99 Point Lisas Industrial Port Development Corporation Ltd. (Plipdeco) ....................................................................................... 156 Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago ............................................. 157 Port of Port of Spain (PPOS) ........................................................... 157 Power for Rent Limited ..................................................................... 73 Precision Design Studio .................................................................. 125 Private Investment Company Limited .............................................. 150 Process System Limited (PSL) .......................................................... 43 PROCOMER .................................................................................. 140 Proudfoot Communications Limited ................................................ 126 Publicis Caribbean Limited ............................................................. 124 Quarter Turn Limited ......................................................................... 79 R.O.S.E. Environmental Limited ........................................................ 97 RBC Royal Bank ........................................................................ 24, 25

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RBG Trinidad and Tobago Limited .................................................... 75 Realty Broker Services .................................................................... 150 Regency Recruitment Limited ......................................................... 140 Renew Star Serpentine Limited....................................................... 132 Repsol .............................................................................................. 74 Republic Bank Limited ................................................................ 26, 27 Reputation Management Caribbean Ltd. (RMC).............................. 126 Ric’s Real Estate Services ............................................................... 150 Right Enterprises ............................................................................ 172 SAFE-TEC Limited ............................................................................ 41 Sandra Welch-Farrell and Company (SWF&Co.).............................. 141 Sasicaribbean ................................................................................. 127 Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited .................................... 28, 29 SCRIP-J ......................................................................................... 122 SDL Media Consultancy ................................................................. 126 SeaJade Investments ..................................................................... 150 Secure Recycling Limited ................................................................ 99 Select Institute of Foreign Languages ............................................... 55 Servus Limited .................................................................................. 85 Shipping Association of Trinidad and Tobago (SATT) ....................... 160 Shipping Solutions and Services Limited......................................... 160 Sight Factory Limited ...................................................................... 170 SI Media ................................................................................. 124, 171 Southern United Agencies Company Limited (SUAC)...................... 116 Standby Power Limited .................................................................... 76 Starplus Communications Limited .................................................. 126 Streamline Solutions ....................................................................... 141 Stuart Spiers Real Estate Services .................................................. 150 Syntegra Change Architects Limited ............................................... 133 Technine IT Solutions Limited.......................................................... 168 Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT).......... 169 Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association (THTA) ................................ 178 Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC) ...................... 176, 177 Tracmac Engineering Limited – Olympian............................................ 3 Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) ............................. 94 Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce ......... 8, 145 Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce – Tobago Division .................................................... 8, 145 Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI) ...... 8, 145 Trinidad and Tobago Contractors Association (TTCA) ....................... 43 Trinidad and Tobago Convention Bureau ........................................ 177 Trinidad and Tobago Film Company Limited.................................... 127 Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute ................. 48, 49 Trinidad and Tobago Incoming Tour Operators Association (T&TITOA) ....................................................................................... 178 Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects........................................ 43 Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) ............ 6, 145 Trinidad and Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Ltd. (NP) .................................................................................................. 77 Trinidad Hotels, Restaurants and Tourism Association .................... 178 Trinidad Offshore Fabricators Unlimited ............................................. 80 Trinidad Properties Management Company .................................... 150 Trintrac Limited – John Deere ........................................................... 44 TSG Consulting .............................................................................. 142 Vega Minerals ................................................................................... 40 Vehicle Tracking.co.tt ........................................................................ 17 Vel Real Estate................................................................................ 150 Venture Capital Incentive Programme .............................................. 34 Vista Villas Property and Housing Development .............................. 116 Waste Disposals (2003) Limited ........................................................ 95 Winfosoft Inc. ................................................................................. 172 World Wide Equipment Caribbean Limited........................................ 78 Xceptional Events Limited ............................................................... 146 Zam Industries Limited ..................................................................... 80

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