Chamber of Commerce, LIBA Meet U.S. Business Executives

October 23, 2019

Originally published on the Liberian Observer   The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC), Liberia Business Association (LIBA) and other stakeholders on February 19, 2019, hosted a round-table business and acquaintance discussion with executives of the American ‘National Black MBAs Association (NBMBAA) at a resort in Monrovia on how best both can collaborate to enhance their respective services that would benefit their two countries, a release has said. According to the release, the 10-person delegation headed by Liberia’s Honorary Consul General to Washington, Cynthia Lynn Blandford and the president of the National Black MBAs Association, Jesse J. Tyson, in separate remarks, expressed thanks and appreciation to the Liberian business stakeholders for the gathering and assured of possible collaboration. They further said that their visit to Liberia and Ghana is aimed at interacting with the state actors on how both can collaborative to work together in the growth and development of their respective institutions, and also scout out the possibility of establishing a genuine relationship in their sector. The President of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC), J. Wendell Addy, who spoke on behalf of the Liberian state actors, expressed thanks and appreciation of the visit of the American business executives for coming to Liberia, noting that their visit would help to bring rewarding results to the country. Visiting US delegation holding discussion with their Liberian Counterparts Reflecting on the many contributions Liberia has made, much of the international community, making specific reference of Africa, bragged that Liberia was on the forefront for the liberation of some countries on the continent, particularly the liberation of Ethiopia. Some members of the delegation included Henry J. Turner MBA, Small Business development Specialist; London McCloud, President, Click and Learn; Bruce Thompson, Vice President, Arconic; Michelle D. Jackson, Senior Occupancy Planner, US ARM-Jones Lang LaSalle American Incorporated. The discussion was climaxed with a sumptuous lunch, including Liberian and western food was served as the visitors enjoyed their meal and at the same time, chatting with their Liberian counterparts.  

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The Liberian Consulate in Georgia partners with Brussels Airlines to boost Travel, Tourism and Investment in Liberia

January 10, 2018

PRESS RELEASE: For Immediate release Contact: Cynthia Blandford Email: Phone: 404-565-1154 ATLANTA – January 10, 2018 –  The Liberian Consulate in Atlanta, Georgia, is pleased to congratulate President-Elect Mr. George Weah and Vice President-Elect Madam Jewel Howard-Taylor on a successful election in Liberia and is happy for the peaceful transfer of power to the new government. Congratulations! The Consul General is also pleased to announce a partnership with Brussels Airlines to promote a quality travel experience to guests traveling to Liberia in 2018 to help boost travel, tourism and investment in the country. Brussels Airlines motto is, “We go the extra smile” because they work tirelessly to make traveling a pleasure for its guests. With Brussels Airlines award winning Business Class offerings, Economy Privilege cabin and Economy cabin, Brussels Airlines is ready to serve you. Liberia is Open for Business, and for those traveling for the presidential Inaugural events in Monrovia, Brussels Airlines is the airline of choice!

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Liberian and U.S. Business Summit

March 19, 2012

On behalf of the Honorary Consul General Republic of Liberia, The Honorable Cynthia Lynn Blandford and in collaboration with the Liberian Embassy, Washington, D.C. You are cordially invited to attend the Liberia: Open For Business 2012 Summit March 30, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia Liberian Government officials in attendance will include: H. E. Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Vice President, Republic of Liberia, Hon. William V. S. Bull, Liberian Ambassador to the U. S., Hon. Cynthia Lynn Blandford, Honorary Consul General, Republic of Liberia (Georgia), Hon. Miata Beysolow, Minister of Commerce & Industry, the Hon. Natty B. Davis, Chairman, National Investment Commission, Hon. best domain name search T. Nelson Williams, Managing Director, Liberian Petroleum Refinery Company, the Hon. Mary Broh, Acting Mayor of the City of Monrovia & the Liberian Chamber of Commerce as well as other key officials. Summit Program and Forms: Liberia and US Business Summit Mini Program Business Summit 2012 Questionnaire Summit Registration: Early Bird Registration Fee: $50.00* * Early Bird Registration for those registering before March 1, 2012. Regular Registration Fee: $75.00** **General Registration is for those registering between March 2 & March 23, 2012. Late Registration Fee: $100.00*** ***Late Registration is for those registering on or after March 24, 2012 or At the Door. Summit Conference – Showcasing: “Liberia: An Investor’s Paradise” 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. (Continental Breakfast) Conference Networking Mixer 12:00 P.M. – 1:00 P.M. (Light refreshments will be served) Business to Business Networking 1:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M. Ministers of Government one-on-one meetings For more information please call the Liberian Consulate at (404) 590-1655 or

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