Are you looking to invest in the cannabis sector in the Caribbean? There are currently only two countries where you can and Invest Caribbean, (ICN), – the global private sector investment agency of the Caribbean + Ritzury Bespoke’s green glove service is here to help.

The service for investors seeking to invest in the Barbados, the Caribbean country’s new medical marijuana sector, which opened officially for business in January includes all ground-up project development services relating to Barbados’ new cannabis sector. These will include policy research, feasibility studies, competitive analysis reports, licensing applications, globally accepted business plan services, matching foreign investors with local entrepreneurs, scouting and procurement of project locations, company registration, legal and operations management services, capital raise and branding and marketing services – all under one roof.

ICN, a US-based agency, also does capital raise for developers with funders globally on projects that are USD 10 million and up, in sectors like manufacturing, commercial warehouse, mining, energy, health care, marijuana real estate and more. Our focus is largely on debt finance, but there are options for joint venture as well as asset financing and SBLC monetization. Mega projects of USD 100 million and up are welcome.

ICN, in its nine years of existence, has been the consistent conduit between private and institutional funders’ and governments and private sector developers in the Caribbean region specifically.

It has been lauded by both regional governments and top global CEOs alike including Sir Richard Branson, for its effectiveness in being the matchmaker between funders and developers.

Invest Caribbean is the brainchild of Caribbean-born media entrepreneur, Felicia J. Persaud. It was founded in 2011 and began with a power breakfast in collaboration with regional tourism arm, the Caribbean Tourism Organization.

Its annual investment forums have attracted the Who’s Who of the capital markets. In the past four years alone, over 3,000 investment bankers, private equity investors, ministers of governments, hotel developers, tourism officials, architects, real estate developers, financial advisers, entrepreneurs, Chinese government officials and investors as well as the media have attended the events that are heavily promoted.

Past speakers and panelists have included:
US Vice President Kamala Harris

Anthony Eterno, U.S. State Department

Cao, Pengcheng, Vice Chairman, Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development

Diana Jensen, OPIC

Qahir Dhanani, World Bank Group

Jonathan S. Blue, Chairman & Managing Director Of Blue Equity, LLC

W. Dave Dowrich, former Vice President Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs​

Raul Slavin, Aspenall Energies

Mark Austin, Bright Capital

Jacques-Philippe Piverger, MPowered

Justin Locke, Carbon War Room

Government ministers and leaders from:

The Turks & Caicos
Trinidad & Tobago
​St. Kitts & Nevis
Saint Martin

and more.

Past ICN honorees have included billionaire Sir Richard Branson, billion-dollar company, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Sandals Resorts Founder and Chairman, Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, HBO Latin America, DHL Caribbean, First Citizens TT, interCaribbean Airways & One Caribbean Television.

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