|Aircraft Owners Association of Guyana Ltd
159 Charlotte Street, Georgetown
Tel: +592-226-0605, +592-222-2525; +592-222-2150
|President: Colonel (retd) Anthony Mekedeci (ag)
Established in 1992, the Aircraft Owners Association of Guyana was formed for the purpose of furthering the development and expansion of private sector aviation in all aspects connected with the civil aviation trade.
|Bartica Chamber of Commerce and Industry
60 First Avenue, Bartica, Region 7 Essequibo River. Tel: +592-445-0055, Cell:+592-658-2780 Email:email@example.com
|President: Anthony Murray
The Bartica Chamber of Commerce and Industry was registered on September 1999. The Office is located at lot 60 First Avenue Bartica, Region 7,Essequibo River. Some of the core objectives of the Chamber are: The promotion and protection of trade and manufacturing industries in the region of Bartica and its environs; Representation and accurate expression of the consensus position of the business community of Bartica and its environs, among others.
|Berbice Chamber of Commerce and Development Association
12 Chapel Street New Amsterdam, Berbice Tel: +592-333-3324 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|President: Ramroop Rajnauth
The Berbice Chamber of Commerce and Development Association was founded on May 9, 2002. The Chamber is located at lot 12 Chapel Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. The Chamber currently has a membership of thirty-four (34) companies, which include businesses within the Information Technology, Pharmaceutical, Banking, Manufacturing, Distribution, Retail, Insurance and Telecommunication sector, among other.
|The Consultative Association of Guyanese Industry Ltd P. O. BOX #10730 157 Waterloo Street
Guyana Tel: 592-225-7170, 592-226-4603
Fax: 592-227-0725 Email: email@example.com
|President: Samuel J.Goolseran
The Consultative Association of Guyanese Industry (CAGI) was established in 1962 to represent the interests of employers in the resolution of labour relations issues. It was soon recognized as the national Employers’ Organization on labour, social policy and human resource development agenda, and as the counterpart of trade unions and trade union centres.
As a member of the Private Sector Commission, the umbrella body for private sector organizations, CAGI is the lead speaker on labour policy, industrial relations, and trade unions matters.
Its membership is comprised of major companies and corporations, and small and medium size enterprises both in the private and public corporate sectors. Members are classified under the following group interests:
Shipping, other transport, distributive trade, mining, manufacturing, agriculture, timber (forestry), building and civil engineering, insurances, banking, public corporations, and other interests.
|Central Corentyne Chamber of Commerce
53 Rose Hall, Corentyne
|President: Mohamed Raffik
The Central Corentyne Chamber of Commerce was founded on November 24, 2004. The office is housed at Lot 65’A’, Rose Hall Town, Corentyne, Berbice. The current membership is Twenty-Three (23) companies, comprising of businesses within the Banking, Farming, Insurance, Pharmaceutical and Construction Sectors; Law & Accounting firms; General hardware, etc. The catchment area of this Chamber is between Bolram and Tarlogie on the Corentyne coast.
|Forest Product Association of Guyana
157 Waterloo Street, Georgetown
|President: Deonarine Ramsaroop
The Forest Products Association of Guyana (FPA) was registered on February 4, 1944. The association is a body comprising any person, firm or company resident in Guyana, engaged in the obtaining, production, conversion, sale or storage of any Forest Products. The FPA is widely recognized as representing the interest of Forest Products in a continuous process of consultation with the Guyana Forestry Commission and the relevant Ministries and Agencies of Government.
|Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry
156 Waterloo St, N/C/burg, G/town
Tel: +592-225-5846, +592-227-0106
|President: Deodat Indar
The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been in existence since 1889. It is the oldest and most prestigious Private Sector representative body in the country. It serves as a voice for businesses; and promotes and protects the interests of members by fostering ethical practices in commerce, trade & services, training, education, and quality.
|GuyCraft Producers Association||President: Patricia Helwig
The Guyana Arts and Craft Producers Association was founded in 2008. The Association is located at 1-4 Urquhart Street, Cummingsburg, Georgetown. The main objective of the Association is to support producers through marketing activities, training programs, networking and advocacy.
|Guyana Association of Bankers c/o Republic Bank,
Promenade Gardens, New Market Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown
|President: Richard Sammy
The Guyana Association of Bankers was established in 1993. The Association comprises the six (6) commercial banks in Guyana and was formed in the late 1980s. some of the main objectives are to make recommendations to the Government, Bank of Guyana and other entities on matters relating to monetary administration, and fiscal and economic policies as they impact on the commercial banking system in Guyana; to establish ethical and professional standards of performance for the banking industry in Guyana; to promote public awareness of good banking practice and to promote financial literacy among the public and to foster the development of human resources at all levels within the banking industry in Guyana.
|Guyana Association of Private Security Organisations (GAPSO)
273 Lamaha Street, North Cumminsburg ,Georgetown, Guyana. Tel: +592-226-3181
|President: Christopher Thompson|
|Guyana Association of Trawler Owners and Seafood Processors
Prittipaul Singh Investments, McDoom, East Bank Demerara
|President: Reuben Charles
The Guyana Association of Trawler Owners & Seafood Processors (GATO&SP) was established in 1999. The purpose of the creation of this association is to promote, foster and protect the rights, interests and welfare of its members; to regulate relations among members in respect of all facets of the harvesting and processing of seafood and to collect and circulate to members statistics and other relevant information relating to the harvesting of fish, shrimp and other seafood and the processing of such seafood in neighbouring and other Caribbean countries and elsewhere. The members comprise the owners of trawlers and seafood processors.
|Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association
295 Quamina Street, Georgetown
|President: Hilbert Shields
The Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) was initially established in 1982. The rationale for establishing this organisation was based on two factors: the need for a unified body to represent all the gold and diamond miners and to promote the development of the sector. The Association has a membership of all miners, large, medium and small scale. The GGDMA prides itself on having a membership consisting of twenty top producers of the past ten years and having 80 percent of all minerals being sold produced by their members.
|Guyana Manufacturing & Services Association Ltd.
157 Waterloo Street, Georgetown
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.gmsagy.org
|President: Shyam Nokta
The Guyana Manufacturing & Services Association Ltd. (GMSA) was founded in 1963 as the Guyana Light Employers Association, the organization re-registered in 1967 as the Guyana Manufacturers’ Association. In 2005, the Association formally changed its name to the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association Limited in recognition to the growing services sub-sector. GMSA has established itself as the organization recognized by private firms and Guyana’s government as the body for consultation on matters regarding Guyana’s manufacturing sector and more recently our growing services sub-sector.
|Guyana Region 3 Chamber of Commerce and Industry
56 Bushy Park, Old Road, Parika Tel: +592-264-0600
|President: Mr. Richard Sukdeo|
|Guyana Rice Exporters and Millers Association Inc.
157 Waterloo Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown Cell: +592-6875221
|President:Mr. Rajindra Persaud|
|Institute of Private Enterprise Development
253 South Road, Georgetown
Email: email@example.com Website: www.ipedgy.com
|CEO: Ramesh Persaud
The Institute of Private Enterprise Development (IPED) provides supervised loans and Business Development Services to groups and individuals of the Micro and Small Business Sectors countrywide. IPED is a company registered under the Company Act, Chapter 89:01 of the Laws of Guyana, as a not-for-profit and limited by guarantee institution.
|Linden Chamber of Industry, Commerce and Development (LCICD)
97-98 Republic Avenue, McKenzie, Linden Tel:+592-444-2901 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|President: Mr. Victor Fernandes
The Linden Chamber of Industry, Commerce and Development (LCICD) is a registered organisation established in 1962 and representing the interest of all type of Businesses in Region 10 ranging from small retailers to medium-sized enterprises and large companies such as, BOSAI, GT&T. LCICD is the only national recognised umbrella organisation for businesses in Region 10. LCICD maintains strong relationships with other private sector organisations, government agencies, and other Chambers in Guyana.
|National Air Transport Association 158 D Waterloo Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown Cell: +5922259648 E-mail: email@example.com Website:www.nataguyana.org
||President: Captain Gerald Gouveia
The National Air Transport Association (NATA), which was officially launched
|National Aquaculture Association of Guyana
Lot 251 Purshotam Street, Prashad Nagar, Georgetown, Guyana.
|President: Beni Sankar
Established in 2007, The National Aquaculture Association of Guyana is a private sector, public sector, and donor forum for the promotion and education
Shipping Association of Guyana 10-11 Lombard St., Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown, Guyana. South America. Tel: +592 226-2169 Fax: +592 226-9656 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana Tel: +5922259647 Email:email@example.com||President: Mr. Mitra Ramkumar|
|Upper Corentyne Chamber of Commerce & Industry|