The Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC), Liberia Business Association (LIBA) and other stakeholders on February 19, 2019 held a roundtable business and acquaintance discussion with executives of the American ‘National Black Association-MBA at a local restaurant in Monrovia on how best both can collaboratively enhance their respective services that would benefit their two countries.
The 10-man delegation headed by Liberia Honorary Consul General to Washington, Cynthia Lynn Blandford and the President of the National Black Association MBA, Mr. 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 indicated that their visit to Liberia and Ghana is aimed at interacting with the state actors on how both can collaboratively 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.
Speaking on behalf of the Liberian state actors, the President of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC), Mr. J. Wendell Addy 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.
Reflecting on the many contributions Liberia has made a lot of international community making specific reference of Africa, bragged that Liberia was on the forefront for the liberation of some countries on the containment, 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; Sinior Occupancy Planner; US ARM-Jones Lang LaSalle American, Incorporated among others.
At the end of the successful discussion between the visitors and the Liberian state actors, a delicious lunch including Liberian and western food was served, as the visitors enjoyed their meal and at the same time chatting with their Liberian counterparts.