Bruce Reganold and Bryan Haralovich from Welch LLP participated in a dynamic discussion on tech in the Bahamas with the Bahamas High Commission, GIV Bahamas, Kanata North BIA, Willis College and other leaders in the technology industry. The discussions included the possibility of putting together a tech park in Exuma. The objective being to educate Bahamians about the opportunities in the tech industry, provide a place where tech companies could send their employees to work remotely, and provide a place where tech owners and contractors could move to take advantage of lower tax rates and enjoy the beautiful island.
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