About

Partners

BCCEC_Logo-220.png

Bahamas Chamber of Commerce

The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation is a non-profit organization which represents a wide cross-section of private sector businesses in The Bahamas. We currently have a membership base of more than 500 registered companies from various industries including tourism, which as The Bahamas’ main industry accounts for 75% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Other industries that we proudly represent include banking and finance, retail, construction and light manufacturing.

For more information please visit their website The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce.

citizens-logo.png

Citizens for a Better Bahamas  

Citizens for a Better Bahamas promote reforms which encourage and improve accountability and transparency in all sectors of society and engage on a non-partisan basis with individuals and groups to resist all forms of corruption for the betterment of all people in The Bahamas.

Citizens for a Better Bahamas values transparency, accountability, integrity, solidarity, courage, justice, democracy and the rule of law. 

For more information please visit their website Citizens for a Better Bahamas.

Nassua-Institute-logo.png

The Nassau Institute

Founded in 1995 The Nassau Institute is a nonprofit research think tank that promotes capitalism and free markets. Our mission is to formulate and promote public policies for The Bahamas based on the principles of limited government, individual freedom, and the rule of law. The Nassau Institute encourages the revival of historical research promoting the free and enterprising commonwealth and countering the political philosophy of statism in all its forms.

The Institute draws from the works of scholars such as Ludwig Von Mises, Friedrich Hayek, Murray Rothbard and others of the Austrian School as well as contemporary economists such as Milton Friedman, James Buchanan, George Reisman and numerous others who have advanced the cause of liberty.

For more information please visit their website The Nassau Institute.