For me, this is quite timely – but only because I was going to write a blog on what I perceive are the obstacles to setting up a small business here in Bermuda.
The US Consul General’s initiative is to be welcomed and it is to his credit that Robert Settje is contributing to Bermuda in such a way.
But despite things like the EEZs and payroll tax relief for employing people, there is still much more that could be done to support new and fledgling businesses.
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Yesterday’s opinion article is quite timely as it provides me with the opportunity to both highlight the many resources available to entrepreneurs as well to clarify the support available to new and fledgling businesses.
Tangible help. The Bermuda Economic Development Corporation [BEDC] supports the development of entrepreneurship for small and medium enterprises and all businesses established in an Economic Empowerment Zone [EEZ] with:
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