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The New York Carib News
Published: 30 August 2016

NEW YORK CITY – U.S., Caribbean and African leaders are gearing up to meet at the 21st Annual Caribbean Multi-National Business Conference (CMBC).  The event, spearheaded by New York Carib News takes place in Panama City, Panama from November 10-13, 2016 at the Riu Plaza Hotel & Resort.

Pioneering forces at CARIB NEWS – the international weekly newspaper and online news service – are Publisher and CEO, Karl B. Rodney, and President, Faye A. Rodney. 

Over the past twenty years CARIB NEWS has collaborated with influential leaders to deliver on the fundamentals of doing business in the 21st century, using the Conference as a medium for business networking amongst national, regional, and international stakeholders.

Susan L. Taylor, American editor, writer, journalist and Founder and CEO of CARES Mentoring Movement is among many influencers confirmed to attend the fall event in Panama.

Ms Taylor brings a wealth of knowledge and business expertise to the forum, and has been a huge asset in collaborative efforts over the years. Ms Taylor commented: “This Conference brings a great menu of issues for us to feed on and to make a difference. I always look forward to attend again.”

The Conference is hailed as a weekend that changes lives, a great investment for expansion and growth, and where the best minds address real solutions to global business, economic and environmental issues.

Panama City, Panama will play second-time host of the Conference.  Government officials from the host country including the Mayor of the City of Panama, Hon. Jose Blandon Figueroa, Former Mayor of Panama City, Juan Carlos Navarro, and Consul General of Panama, Hon. Juan Carlos Diaz Atencio have enthusiastically endorsed the Conference, and look forward to the opportunities the Conference will bring to Panama. 


For more information contact info@caribnews.com (212) 944-1991 

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