Turks and Caicos Islands

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Economic outlines and opportunities for innovation


The economy of Turks and Caicos Islands relies on the tourism industry, real estate development and the exportation of seafood. A wide variety of financial services are available, including company formation, offshore insurance, banking, trusts, limited partnerships and limited life companies. Key opportunities for innovation
  • Fostering ‘value innovation’ in the tourism sector. It can be designed and geared at improving the quality of services, or the experience of visitors.
  • Utilization, development and commercialization of alternative medicines
  • Innovations in waste management and in energy (to reduce the dependence on fossil fuel)
  • Tertiary education should establish reward systems to incentivize general curiosity and research

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About

Member state: United Kingdom
Surface (km2): 948
EEZ (km2): 154 068
Population (2013):
31 458
Capital: Grand Turk
Language: English
GDP per capita (€ – 2013): 17 340
Main economic sectors: Tourism, Financial Services Intermediation, Real Estate-renting and business activities, Agriculture and Fishing
Government website: www.gov.tc

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  • Video OCTA Innovation BRUZZ: Turks and Caicos Islands with the Premier Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson

    Video from the OCTA Innovation BRUZZ on Turks and Caicos Islands on 13th of July 2017 On the 13th July 2017 at the Brussels Press Club, The Chair of the Overseas Countries and Territories Association, Honourable Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, Premier and Minister for Investment and Trade of the Turks and Caicos Islands, gave a presentation on […]    Read More
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  • Regional Innovation Workshop in Sint Maarten, 5-7 October

    Caribbean regional workshop will take place 5-7 October 2015 at Sint Maarten. The main aim of the activity is to improve OCTs and OCTA’s capacities and ensure better exchange of experience and expertise in Innovation by gathering the IMs and other relevant stakeholders in regional workshops and a project conference, which would contribute to facilitate […]    Read More
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  • Joint Statement By UK Overseas Territories Leaders

    BVI, 27 July 2015 – Hamilton, Bermuda – July 24: We, the elected Leaders and or Representatives of the Overseas Territories, met on 23rd – 24th July 2015, to discuss issues of mutual interest and the forthcoming Joint Ministerial Council Meeting (JMC), with UK Ministers to be held in December 2015 in London. The purpose […]    Read More
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  • Turks and Caicos – Greening the economy project

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