GCCI leadership seminar open to small business operators

- Urling says scarce skills could lead to static private sector

The migration of skilled workers poses an imminent threat to the growth of the productive sector in Guyana, which can only be overcome by accelerated training programmes designed to replace them, President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) Clinton Urling told the Stabroek Business earlier this week.

In an invited comment ahead of the chamber’s leadership seminar to be held at the Pegasus Hotel next Tuesday, January 29, Urling said that “without proper and effective leadership, our private sector runs the risk of becoming underperforming and/or static entities that [are] vulnerable to the challenges presented in the current global and domestic competitiveness environment. In fact,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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