DAIC launches new business radio show on Kairi FM

The Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce (DAIC) is excited to introduce “Talking Business in 60 Minutes,” a new radio program aimed at making a significant impact on the entrepreneurial community in Dominica and beyond. Scheduled to air on the last Wednesday of each month from 7 pm to 8 pm, the show is expected to attract a diverse audience of business enthusiasts, aspiring entrepreneurs, and seasoned industry professionals. Produced in collaboration with the Dominica Hotel and Tourism Association and Kairi FM, the program will provide valuable insights, expert interviews, and practical strategies to support business success.

“Talking Business in 60 Minutes” will delve into various topics such as market trends, innovative business practices, and success stories, offering a platform for discussion, inspiration, and empowerment. Each episode will feature engaging conversations led by industry experts, enabling listeners to acquire valuable knowledge and tools for navigating the business landscape. The show will also encourage audience participation through live call-ins, fostering a community of individuals passionate about achieving business excellence.

Kerwin JnoBaptiste, Executive Director of the Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce, expressed enthusiasm for the program’s launch.

“We are excited to launch ‘Talking Business in 60 Minutes’ in collaboration with our esteemed partners,” said  JnoBaptiste. “This program embodies our commitment to fostering a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in Dominica. We invite business enthusiasts from all walks of life to join us on this transformative journey.”

The inaugural episode is set to air on Wednesday, March 27 exclusively on Kairi FM 107.9, 93.1, 91.1, and 88.7FM, with updates available on major social media platforms and Flow TV Channel 953 for those unable to tune in live.

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