At BMEX getting ready!
Bringing a piece of Guyana to Barbados! GO Invest participants will display their products during the BMex Show May 22 - 25, 2015 at LESC
At BMEX getting ready!
Did you know that Barbados has four (4) students studying Agro-Processing in Guyana?
Doing Business Between Barbados & Guyana. Business Forum held today at Bagnall's Point Gallery.
Are you ready for BMEX? We are ready! Our friends are ready! So we expect that you are ready!
See you on May 22, 2015 or anytime before BMEX ends on May 25, 2015.
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Visit us at Booths Numbers UF16 to UF19 and UF21 to UF28 all on the Upper Floor of the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.
Do you see something that you want to get more information on? Then visit the GO Invest Booth at BMEX on May 22 to 25, 2015 and speak directly to the businesses.
Deen Furniture Wicker Rattan Works by Deen Douglas established in 2010. The company makes furniture for the living room, dining room and patio, Bar sets and Relax Chairs all from Wicker vine.
A & J Grocery, Craft & Agri Shop by Amanda Mahadeo established in 2014. The Shop sells Amerindian Handicraft such as fruit bowls, necklaces, hammocks and traditional clothing like straw skirts and mats made of straw.
This establishment is a member of the Guyana Arts and Craft Producers Association. Their products are made from the Tibisiri straw which is obtained from the Ite Palm. Items made from this product are well preserved and durable, they are of high quality with attractive designs and shapes.
South American Coco Company by Lois Rickford. Products include Lois Extra Virgin Coconut Oil which is Body and Hair oil with and without fragrance to treat dryness, flakes, itching and remove marks from all skin types and Lois Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Soap which is Bath soaps with and without fragrance to treat dryness, flakes, itching and remove marks from all skin types.
The South American Coco Company started in October 2012 with a small operation at Good Hope Gardens, East Coast Demerara, producing Lois’ Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Original) with two employees. The Company has extended its operation in the West Coast of Berbice in 2013 as part of an expansion and increased product line. It utilizes the latest technology in its manufacturing processes. This gives the company great flexibility and adaptability to meet customer requirements. The company currently employs six persons, five of which are females and one male.
The Company produces 7 different products in three main product lines – Lois’ Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, (Original), Lois’ Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Scented) and Lois’ Lifespring Derma Care Soap.
The Production team takes pride in their ability to produce the finest quality products in a timely manner to fulfill each and every market acquired aiming to add at least one new product each year to their product line, all derived from Coconut.
Miracle Hands Designs by Carol Alexis Fraser established in 1992 producing leather and straw bags, leather and jute bags, Linen shirts with hand painting, Linen, cotton and shell dresses, earrings, chains, necklaces and belts made with leather and shells, slippers and shoes made of leather and craft items made from recycled bottles
Arawak Leather Craft by Richard Winter established in 2000.
Ladies handbags, Ladies, Gents and Children slippers, Leather belts, Leather Fruit Bowls and Leather Coffee Tables all made with 100% locally produced leather and handcrafted with various designs and symbols.
Jet's Enterprises by Jethro Warner established since 2000. Products include Noni Juice and drink, Mauby concentrate and drink, Tamarind concentrate and drink, Gooseberry concentrate, Sorrel concentrate and the Capadula Beverage
Jah Works by Juliana Hughes producing jewelry made from seeds, wood, bamboo, natural fibres and more.
Jah Works is Nature’s Mystic and a business that was founded on the basis of using self-creative thoughts and inspiration. It began through the embracing of Rastafarian Levity. Their mission is to make Guyana’s seeds beautiful and marketable notwithstanding the utilization of other natural resources such as stones, natural fibres and bamboo.
Jah Works is a member of the Guyana Arts and Craft Producers Association and have been attending several craft shows locally and internationally.
Sueria Manufacturing Inc. established in 2014 with 30 employees and managed by Frank Sanichara. The company products include menthol flavoured candy, fruit flavoured candy, peanuts mixed with salt, chili nuts which are spicy flavoured peanuts, mixed nuts and honey-roasted peanuts.
Their 18,000 sq. feet factory is located in Industrial site Eccles, East Bank Demerara. Currently manufactured are hard candy and processed nuts. They are in the process of extending our factory to start producing other snack based items such as plantain chips.
Their main markets are the Caribbean, North America and Africa.
Farley's Digital Arts Plus by Jack Farley, established since 1996. Oil paintings, Hand-made wooden pen holders, Wooden plaques, Key chains and Key holders.
Farley’s Digital Arts Plus (FDAP) is a family business launched in 1995 by Jack & Helena Farley. We specialize in the creation of general and personalized wooden craft to our customers locally in Guyana and internationally in places like Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Suriname, Grenada, St. Lucia, Antigua, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Canada, and USA. FDAP has evolved and grown from strength to strength over the years. Today, we are proud to own our own souvenir shop in the ground floor of the City Mall, Georgetown, Guyana.
Each item that FDAP produces is unique. Craft ideas and inspirations come from each member of the family which makes them very personal to us, and we would build upon those ideas to create end products that are both attractive to look at and inspirational to our customers. Apart from the general souvenirs we create, we at FDAP find great joy in creating custom pieces for our customers who would like to have a unique gift for their loved one or family member, and even custom plaques that can be given out as an award. For more detailed information about us and what we do feel free to visit http://farleyscraft.com.
We offer unique wooden craft, hand made in Guyana.Visit Farley Digital Arts Plus for all your general and personalized art and craft needs in Guyana.
Kamyana Leather Craft Plus by Kamyana Thomas established in 2007 making purely leather products in all forms - bags, shoes, slippers, hand bands, etc.
Gail's Variety by Gail Sukhai established for fifteen years producing leather slippers in a variety of colours and designs, leather bags, leather belts for gents, ladies and children and leather accessories of different styles and sizes.
Gail’s variety was established fifteen years ago and specialized in making wigs, fabric painting and tie-dying fabric and garments, etc.
After becoming a member of the Guyana Arts and Craft Association, she was encouraged to explore more avenues in the creation of craft items. Ever since, she has launched out into the creation of leather craft which has now become the principal activity of the business.
Presently, she and her employees work as a team to create custom made products for their customers
Eddie's Craft Guyana
Eddie's Craft Guyana by Edward Kuke-King producing handbags, belts, wallets, slippers, etc made from leather; cravings, bowls, jewelry boxes, etc made from wood and place mats, coasters, etc made from straw.
Eddie’s Craft Guyana, was established in 1980 by Edward Luke-King. He manufactures all types of leather goods. The business is also a supplier of wood and straw items and a wide variety of souvenir items. The business also has a souvenir shop that is located at the Hibiscus Craft Plaza in Central Georgetown
Dawn Unique Craft by Dawn Squires making knitted /crocheted Chair backs, Table cloths, Table centers/ Dollies and Beach wear
Leather Hand Craft by Davana Sukraj established in 2008. Slippers, belts and key rings all made with 100% Guyana leather.
Mariska"s Design by Sonia Noel making ladies dresses and tops and gents shirts.
Over the last two decades, Sonia Noel has been trailblazing with her show-stopping style and pervasive universal flair, firmly placing her within Caribbean’s inner circle of elite designers.
Indeed, this fierce patriot has flown the Guyanese flag all over the world, gracing an abundance of fashion events in China, London, Toronto, New York, Spain and throughout the Caribbean. In 2007, she launched the Guyana Fashion Weekend and 2008 Guyana Model Search and Designers Portfolio.
Miss Noel was the first Caribbean designer invited to Brown University to give a presentation on Caribbean fashion. She received a Regional Lifetime Achievement Award from BMA. Caribbean Fashion Ambassador from USVI, Presidents Awards from GMSA, Pride of Bartica among other local and Regional accolades.
Sonia Noel has use the platform of fashion to incorporate social causes and collaborated with many charities in and out of Guyana over the years. Sonia Noel Foundation for Created Arts was launched in 2012 to create access for young talent. She is also the publishers of the new Caribbean magazine making style.
With all the above accomplishments being a mom to her 2 daughters and gran son is what she is most proud of.
Masawwiri Handicraft by Sean Hopkinson, established in 2004 making slipper key rings, wooden necklaces and bangles.
Petal's Creative Craft by Petal Frank with hats, bags and mats made with straw, slippers made of leather and straw and key rings made of leather.
Patrick & Louisa Craft Products
Clarry Furniture Establishment by Clarence Ceres established 2001 producing Sarah & Exe Console Sets which is a Table with maatching mirror; Solomon Suite - 1 suite with a 2 sitter and a 1 sitter; Dinette set - Oval table with curved back chairs; and Solomon and David - Oval table with decorative back chairs
Ameridian Handi Craft by Sookdeo Sancharra producing Nibi chairs, Nibi baskets and Mucco baskets.
Frankie's Shell Craft by Frank pens holders, shell maps, mirror frames, jewelry boxes and picture frames all made out of shells and plywood.
Patrick & Louisa Craft Products by Louisa Simon, established in 2009. Producers of assorted trays, bowl sets, bags, bow and arrow sets, and jewelry boxes all made from straw from the Lte Palm.
Skipper Jewelry by Rupraj Brijmohan established in 1982.
Exquisite Fine Arts by Bryan Clarke, established in 2014. Paintings on canvas with wooden frames.
Timeless Treasures by Andrea Brathwaite established since 1992. Timeless Treasures has been producing unique garments for men and women of discerning tastes for over fifteen years. The company has participated in trade and fashion shows in North America and several Caribbean countries. Their interest is to supply niche markets with our products.
190 Camp & Church Streets
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