Talk Your Business:
Bahamas Red Cross President, Brenden Watson, Project Smile founder Believe Glynatsis and F.O.A.M (Families of All Murdered victims) founder Kandhi Gibson sit dowm with The Things That Matter host Kirk Johnson to talk about their nonprofits in The Bahamas and how their organizations contribute to community and national development. Live on Guardian Radio 96.9FM and www.guardiantalkradio.com
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Owner of Geneva Brass Seafood, Percival Roberts, defends his hiring of fishermen from the Dominican Republic to work his boats.
He says some Bahamian fishermen are lazy and not as disciplined as the Dominican fishermen he’s worked with.
And President of the recently formed Bahamas Auto Repair Association Dwaine Scavella talks about this new organization representing auto mechanics and automotive technicians, and the challenges facing this sector.
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