Flow Helps Showcase Saint Lucia Business Awards to the World

Press Release:-Saint Lucians at home and throughout the world got the opportunity to view and enjoy a live broadcast of the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture’s 2017 Business Awards presentation, thanks to the help and support of Saint Lucia’s leading quad-play provider, Flow.

Flow was the Live Broadcast Sponsor of this year’s gala event, which was held at the Johnson Centre, Rodney Bay on Saturday, January 28.

The company used its state-of-the-art Integrated Services Digital Network to facilitate HD-quality transmission direct from the awards venue over Choice TV, and throughout the world via live streaming over the internet, mobile phones, tablets and other digital devices. Flow has been a regular sponsor of the Saint Lucia Business Awards since its inception.

Flow Saint Lucia Marketing and Communications Executive, Shermalyn Sidonie-John said, “Our business is all about keeping people close and connected, and it is people connecting and supporting each other that drives a successful business. That’s why we always welcome the opportunity to play our part in recognising the outstanding achievers of the local business community and bringing people together to recognise the great firms, business leaders and innovators we have in this country – both big and small.

“Flow wishes to congratulate all the winners on their success and their enterprising spirit, which is what Saint Lucia needs in order to progress and achieve economic success in an ever-changing global economy,” said Sidonie-John.

Executive Director for the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, Mr. Brian Louisy expressed his gratitude for Flow’s continuing support for the event: “As always, we were delighted to have Flow on board as a partner and we are grateful for their assistance in showcasing the awards evening to the world. It assisted in making the event a great success.”

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