In a bid to improve Antigua and Barbuda’s business environment, the Antigua and Barbuda Investment Authority (ABIA) is considering fostering collaboration across key economic sectors.
The nation has slipped in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business ranking, currently standing at 113th out of 190 economies.
Garfield Joseph, the newly appointed Executive Director at ABIA, proposes the creation of a comprehensive online toolkit to simplify the business registration process.
Emphasizing the need for cooperation across sectors, Joseph envisions a streamlined experience for prospective business owners.
He stresses the importance of reducing bureaucracy, empowering people, and fostering partnerships with government entities, the Employers Federation, and the Chamber of Commerce to enhance competitiveness and promote skill development.
Joseph has already initiated discussions with private sector partners to explore collaboration in training and capacity building.
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