|The 2nd Annual Caribbean Information Technology Forum; |
E-Commerce and Offshore Business Summit, November 6th, 2002 at the Jack Tar Resort, in St. Kitts www.samuelgroup.com/cprmg/summit
Who Should Attend: Information Technology VIP's, Offshore Industry Executives, Technical Support Personnel, Offshore Service Providers, Offshore Gaming Company Owners, Top Level Management from the Tourism and Business Industry, Attorneys, Accountants, Consultants, Bankers, Marketing Executives, High Level Investors and Ministers of Governments.
Registration Tickets: US $120
Promotional Exhibits: US $500
Hotel: US $75 per night, per person (meals included)
SPEAKERS: Hon. Denzil Douglas, Prime Minister of St. Kitts/Nevis; Ronald L Platt, Attorney At Law, Specialist in Offshore Business and Trade Legislative Senior Director Government Affairs Washington D.C.; Paul J. Moreira, President & Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Star Airlines; John McIsaac, (McIsaac & Associates), Project Management, Business Development and E-Commerce Consultant; Jeffery Houle, International E-commerce specialist; Sebastian Stephens, CEO and founder of The Datastate Group. Responsible for the initial creation of subsidiaries Blue-Stream Communications, IslandFibre as well as overall Group strategy across the Caribbean region; Grant F. Smith Program Manager Networked Business Strategies Latin America, The Yankee Group Research Inc. presenting an IT trends update for Latin America and the Caribbean; And other guest speakers including: Ministers of Governments; Government Regulators, and Tax Administrators.
TOPICS: The latest on Offshore Trust Corporate Planning * Information Technology and Ecommerce as it Relates to The Caribbean * Internet Gaming Laws and Enforcement * Communications, Linking the Caribbean Locally * How To Select The Best Location For Your Offshore Business * Project Financing * Country Regulations * Alternatives to Traditional Credit Cards * How To Create A Secure & Successful Online Business * New Technologies * Money Laundering* Taxes & International Business * Governments Role in Promotions and Marketing * Computer Technology, where do we go from here * How To Create The Best Offshore Jurisdiction * Finding New Markets.
Awards will be presented to: Erasmus Williams for online journalist; Norman Gus thomas for GIS online; The Antigua and Barbuda International Institute of Technology for it's IT education programme; the Countries of St. Kitts/Nevis, Antigua/Barbuda and Jamaica, for their contribution to the advancement of Information Technology in the Caribbean; Sebastian Stephens for Blue Stream Communications; IBM for their Business Computers; AT&T for their wireless service.
9:30 am: The Official Opening of The Summit
10:00 am: Trust, Internet Banking & Offshore Business
12:15 pm: Lunch Break
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm: Information Technology Forum
and Ecommerce Issues
5:30 pm: Gala Fashion Show and Awards Presentation
For registration tickets, for exhibits, or for sponsorship, or to participate contact: Mr. Samuel president of The Caribbean Public Relations and Marketing Group or Ms. Barbara Scafe Assistant Project Manager at: cprmg@samuelgroup
Proceeds From The Summit To Benefit Women In The Caribbean with Breast Cancer.