I’m an Exporter video shorts series starts July 30, 2021, at 3:00 pm (AST). This 9 episode series showcases Caribbean exporters whose businesses have benefitted from the CARIFORUM-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)

Meet exporters from across the region, operating in diverse sectors and learn how they have leveraged the EPA to achieve exporting success.

Watch a new episode every Friday at 3:00 pm (AST).

I’m an Exporter video shorts series starts July 30, 2021, at 3:00 pm (AST). Watch a new episode every Friday at 3:00 pm (AST).
It’s easy to secure and protect your patents and trademarks when exporting to Europe under the CARIFORUM-EPA Agreement. Confidently export your products like Indira Weech of bahamaSpa™ by ensuring that your brand is protected.
The CARIFORUM-EU EPA provides quota free access and allows exporters access to multiple markets in the European Union from one port of entry. Jack Astacio of J & J Spirits shares his story of exporting success.
The CARIFORUM-EU EPA allows Caribbean professionals in the creative industries to access business opportunities in the European market and maximize their export potential. Music producer Latin Will, of Second 2 None Music Entertainment, shares his experience.
Baron Foods is a multi-award winning brand with a range of 160 products and exporting to over 30 countries worldwide and the entire European Union. CEO Ronald Ramjattan attributes much of this success to the CARIFORUM-EU EPA which provides export assistance, quota free access and duty concessions, for Caribbean products.
Did you know that you can use inputs from outside CARIFORUM and still qualify as a Caribbean product under the CARIFORUM EU-EPA? Conduct the necessary research and ensure that your products meet the requirements to qualify for preferential access to export to the EU.
SMEs can benefit immensely from grant funding, training initiatives and technical support provided under the CARIFORUM-EU EPA. Owner of The Villas at Sunset Lane, Jacqueline Thomas, shares how this support has positively impacted her business.
Caribbean professionals in the service sector can take their businesses to the next level by enhancing their service offerings and partnering with EU firms. Norma Shorey of Catalyst Consultants encourages all service providers to take advantage of all the benefits the CARIFORUM-EU EPA offers.
Do your branding and labelling meet EU requirements? Tan Bun Skrati NV, a tree to bar chocolate company based in 🇸🇷 , upgraded its packaging with training and assistance provided by support from the European Union. Now the firm exports to The Netherlands and the rest of the European Union under the CARIFORUM- EU EPA.
Support under the CARIFORUM-EU EPA enables greater cooperation and collaboration between sector-specific regional development agencies, such as IICA, and the private sector, resulting in an improved enabling export environment for the region’s agricultural sector.

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