Kevin Schnell and Maya Matthews-Sterling, owners of Caribbean Solar Company, have been named the 2017 Virgin Islands Small Business Persons of the Year.
Employers and the public are reminded that, effective Thursday, June 1, the minimum wage in the U.S.V.I. will be increased to $9.50 per hour for all employees except tourist service and restaurant employees.
Items imported into the territory via the United States Postal Service for sale or disposition of a business transaction are subject to excise taxes.
VIEDC, a subsidiary of the Economic Development Authority (USVIEDA), will convene a meeting on applications from the following businesses:
To further promote the customer-centric model at the Customer Experience Center, Viya extended its operational hours on May 1 at its Customer Experience Centers.
The Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands District office of the U.S. Small Business Administration has presented the V.I. Small Business Person of the Year Award to Kevin J. Schnell and Maya Matthews of St. John.
The co-CEOs of Lockhart Companies Inc. (LCI) have announced the retirement of a valued, long serving senior officer, and the promotion of two relatively new senior officers.
This Business After Hours will be held Thursday evening, May 25, at Al Cohen’s Plaza, Building 2 (at the back of Paint Depot on Raphune Hill).
The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network Inc. has announced its latest initiative with the addition of the Mobile Public Computer Center (PCC) Lab, which will help to enhance public computer access for residents to the viNGN network
The V.I. Government and Airbnb have signed an agreement in the Caribbean that will allow the platform to collect the 12.5 percent Hotel Room Occupancy Tax on behalf of hosts and remit the funds to the BIR.