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The Daily Post bid goodbye to the head of the Sales and Marketing Department, Peter Stadly on Friday afternoon after over a decade of service to the print and radio company. 

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V-lab hosted an Open Day on Tuesday this week, allowing businesses looking to start up again a chance to seek business advice from business professionals in different specialized sectors.

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As Vanuatu loses more and more of its skilled workers from the tourism industry to seasonal work in Australia and New Zealand, the Government has kickstarted a few initiatives to attract more people to the industry, to help fill in the gap before the border reopening in July.

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The Vanuatu Institute of Technology (VIT) School of Tourism and Hospitality is currently conducting short trainings for 80 participants to support the tourism industry preparatory program once border reopens in July.

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Small and medium size businesses are the backbone of all Pacific Island cultures – without them the economy would not survive or thrive. In this series I look at different ways in which we can grow and develop our small businesses sustainably.

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The final day of an important 2-day training workshop at Melanesian Hotel this week, has helped trainers from four prominent communities namely Pango, Erangorango, Mele and Mangaliliu, with how to recognise and deal with emotional and physical abuse among children victims of natural as well …

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Small and medium size businesses are the backbone of all Pacific Island cultures – without them the economy would not survive or thrive. In this new series I look at different ways in which we can grow and develop our small businesses sustainably.

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2021 was a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No-one knows what the rest of 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead.

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2021 was a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No-one knows what the rest of 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead. Imagine we are all prepari…

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2021 was a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No one knows what the rest of 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead. Imagine we are all prepari…

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Vanuatu tourism businesses are going through the certification process to get ‘Clean, Caring and Checked’ under the Safe Business Operations (SBO) checking process, undertaken by the Department of Tourism (DoT).

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2021 was a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No one knows what the rest of 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead. Imagine we are all prepari…

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Good morning my fellow readers, it has been almost a month of lockdown and the authorities are putting in strict measures to lower the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, but the kava business is still going on strong.

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2021 was a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No-one knows what the rest of 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead. Imagine we are all prepari…

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The Vanuatu Tourism Office (VTO) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Warren Gama as the new Business Intelligence Manager. Warren is responsible for managing tourism surveys, data and insights. This includes planning, organising, and executing market research and surveys in the tou…

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2021 has been a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No-one knows what 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead. Imagine we are all preparing for …

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2021 has been a tough and challenging year for everyone. Every country and every person has been affected by Covid in different ways. No-one knows what 2022 has in store. However, what we do know is that we have to be on our best form to face the year ahead. Imagine we are all preparing for …

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The Vanuatu Life Limited, a new business located at the Korman area, is producing beers daily from Monday to Saturday.

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A Tannese businessman and farmer, Nelson Niras, believes now is the best time for Vanuatu to export products to regional and international markets.

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An entrepreneur is someone who sees a new opportunity and creates a business or social enterprise to exploit it.

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Pacific Horticultural and Agricultural Market Access Plus Program (PHAMA Plus) and Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) Australia are forging closer engagement to support Pacific exporters enhance and maintain existing markets and help new exporters identify new opportunities.

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An entrepreneur is someone who sees a new opportunity and creates a business or social enterprise to exploit it.

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Wantok recently signed an undertaking agreement with the Telecommunications Radio-communications and Broadcasting Regulator (TRBR)alongside Vodafone and Digicel, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Wantok shares that Wantok is geared up and ready to provide the services to meet the agreement.

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The first native Cooperative in Vanuatu, then New Hebrides, was re-opened on June 15, 2021 as a side event of the Shepherds Mini Agriculture Show held in Morua, Tongoa from June 15 to 17, 2021 and culminated with the SHEFA Day celebration on Friday, June 18 2021.

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An entrepreneur is someone who sees a new opportunity and creates a business or social enterprise to exploit it.

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The entire 22 day and night staff of Vanuatu Wise Kava and the Vila Rose Hotel in Melcofe have been given their first vaccine shot as part of the COVID vaccine roll-out at the Convention Centre, apart from one night security guard who only has just started work for the companies.

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The business world in Vanuatu is still predominantly male oriented, but COVID-19 related job losses have shown no gender favouritism. Loss of income for families has driven men to fruit picking overseas and families becoming reliant on remittance money to finance the basics of life like food…

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Premium copra is sold at VT 75,000 per ton whereas the Traditional Black Copra (TBC) is sold at VT48,000 per ton, a price difference solely based on quality.

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