Invest Caribbean Founder To Unveil 10 Point Plan To Strengthen US-CARICOM Trade And Investment

Felicia J. Persaud, founder/CEO, Invest Caribbean. (ICN/CAAN image)
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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Feb. 24, 2021: Invest Caribbean founder and CEO, Felicia J. Persaud, is set to unveil a 10-Point agenda for the US and CARICOM tomorrow.

Persaud will be part of the lunch time chat series that will focus on the topic: ‘Strengthening CARICOM-U.S. Relations Through Trade And Investment.’

The event is presented by The Shridath Ramphal Center, (SRC), in collaboration with the US Embassy in Barbados and the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus, Barbados.

Event time is Feb. 25, 2021 at 11:30 EST/12:30 AST. Register for free HERE

As the dust settles on the new Biden-Harris Administration, questions loom as to what a trade and investment agenda for CARICOM and the US will look like going forward. 

David Lewis, vice president of the D.C.-based Manchester Trade Ltd, will present on the topic while Persaud will be the discussant.

The event will be moderated by Dr. Jan Yves Remy, deputy director of the SRC.

Invest Caribbean is the global private sector investment agency of the Caribbean. The company has partnered with the international project services Bespoke Division of the Barbados-based company, The Ritzury Group, to launch the service for investors seeking to invest in the country’s new medical marijuana sector, which opened officially for business in January.

The companies are currently working with middle to large operating ‘distressed’ companies that are seeking growth capital – debt and/ or equity or some form of liquidity, whether through partial sale, recapitalization or via a management buy-in (MBI) or a management buyout (MBO).

For more information contact ICN and Ritzury at or

Invest Caribbean was founded in 2011 by the Caribbean-born immigrant and provides specialized, fundraising support for project developers and governments, and works alongside private equity and debt funders to add depth, breadth and responsiveness to clients fundraising and investor relations efforts in the real estate, cannabis, health care, energy, mining and manufacturing sectors. The company, through CaribPR Wire and Hard Beat Communications, also offers global content distribution including SEC filings and IR webcasting and teleconferencing as well as customized digital experiences and creatives. For more information see