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New Speaker Announced For Guyana UK Diaspora Conference, November 2023

by D Fitz-Roberts
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Lucas de Beaufort

NEW CONFIRMED SPEAKER: Mr. Lucas de Beaufort, Lead Investment Officer – Investment Funds at IDB Invest, Washington. Lucas will discuss the successful launch of The IDB Invest Caribbean Series in Suriname and Guyana and IDB’s commitment for sustainable private sector development in Guyana, also he will be joined by Guyanese financial expert Michele Small in a ‘Fireside Style’ discussion open to the audience.

Michele Small

All are invited to a special event targeting the Guyana market supported by the Government of Guyana and the Guyana diaspora in the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States. This unique conference, the Guyana Diaspora Sustainability & Investment Conference further seeks to provide limited opportunities to diaspora groups through local partnerships in Guyana and London based Chambers of Commerce facilitated by government officials and well-placed Guyanese knowledgeable about the Guyana investment landscape.

Dr Coreen Jacobs-Chester

SPEAKER UPDATE: Dr Coreen Jacobs-Chester, Director, International Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies at the University of Guyana is expected to speak on the social and economic impact of migration and also the causes and challenges of migration issues.

Get Your Early Bird Tickets today as sales close on 18th October 2023…

Reserve your tickets today and join us at Kensington Conference & Events centre, Hornton Street, London w8 7nx.

For more details visit: www.guyanadiasporaconference.com

Guyana Diaspora Sustainability & Investment Conference, Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th November 2023 – securing Guyana’s future through diaspora engagement.

Brought to you by HenleyCaribbean Sustainable Ventures and Caribdirect Multi-Media


D Fitz-Roberts

D Fitz-Roberts

D Fitz-Roberts is a multi-talented writer on socio-economic issues having worked in journalism across the Caribbean (Grenada, Guyana and BVI) in the 90s. He has worked in London with Black Britain Online, New Nation Newspaper and Caribbean Times. An academic with a passion for research on distributed ledger technologies in emerging economies he is keen to see the Caribbean embrace bitcoin and blockchain technologies to keep pace with the west. He writes periodically for mainstream publications and is the founder of CaribDirect.com. He is also the author of Caribbean children’s book LifeSucks! available on Amazon.


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