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The Eco-Industrial Development Company of Tobago (E-IDCOT) Ltd is a private limited liability company,
established by the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to assist in the diversification of the Tobago economy
through the promotion of environmentally-sustainable production, and the provision of project management
services on the island.
The Company invites applications from suitably qualified Nationals for the position of Marketing and
o Develop the Company's Marketing Plan, in collaboration with relevant internal and external stakeholders.
o Promote the Cove Business Park as a viable investment location and E-IDCOT as the investment
sourcing entity for Tobago.
o Prepare / facilitate preparation and review all the Company's promotional material.
o Conduct Public and Media relations programs on a continuous basis.
o Plan, organise and implement seminars, conferences, workshops and other organisational events,
internal and external.
o Update and maintain Company website and other e-marketing communications.
o A first degree in Marketing with at least two (2) years' experience in the industry; OR
o A first degree in Business Administration / Management / Communications with emphasis on
marketing, with at least three (3) years' experience in the industry
o A 'people person' capable of interacting and networking with persons at all levels.
o Energetic, outgoing and well organised
o Strong computer literacy and solid writing abilities.
o Works well under pressure
o Deadline and results driven.
o Ability to work in a team-based environment and in teams.
After being nominated unopposed, Garvin War-
wick will be welcomed as the National Basketball
Federation of T&T s (NBFTT) president, when the
association hosts its annual general meeting at the
Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, today, from 10 am. At
the close of nominations last week, Warwick was
the only one nominated and seconded for the posi-
tion of president.
Among his ambitions are to oversee T&T s return
to a Caribbean powerhouse and to help guide the
team to Olympic qualification.
"My goal is to
move the National
tion of T&T for-
ward and regain
our glory as
pions and also
qualify our nation
for the Summer
Olympics in 2020,"
Warwick was quot-
ed as saying in the
nominee s vision
He holds a
diploma in market-
ing from the Insti-
tute of Training and
hired as a market-
ing analyst in the
events and sponsorship department of TSTT. He is
currently the manager of events and sponsorship.
A former player, Warwick currently coaches Fatima s
basketball team and has aided in the restructuring
of the North Zone division programme of the T&T
Schools Basketball Association, which was the only
zone to host a schools basketball tournament last
His profile stated: "After working with the North
Zone committee and the schools league, I realised
there was a need to create a development programme
for children between the ages of 5-12 years of age
in order to teach them the fundamentals of basket-
He will officially take over from former president,
Courtney McNish, who resigned for the second time
during his tenure, last month, citing a disagreement
with board members in selecting a delegate for the
FIBA extraordinary congress.
He first resigned in 2012 following a last-placed
finish by T&T s national women s team at the Centro
Basket Tournament, held in Puerto Rico. His resig-
nation letter, however, was not accepted by the
NBFTT s board.
McNish took over for former president Brian Man-
ning in 2010.
Following McNish s latest resignation in mid-Feb-
ruary, NBFTT general secretary Nadine Khan also
resigned, as did vice president (finance) Peter Clavery,
who in a resignation letter said he vacated his position
because of a lack of productivity and development
in the sport in the local governing body for basket-
Today s election is virtually a formality.
With each zone having five votes, and the Basketball
Coaches Association of T&T, the Association of Bas-
ketball Officials of T&T and the T&T Schools Bas-
ketball Association having five votes each, a total of
48 votes can be made today.
The six other members expected to formally learn
their roles are Alexis Browne---vice president, organ-
isation and development, Daron Lall---vice president
training and technical support, Hyacinth Hart vice
president finance, Claire Mitchell---general secretary,
Arnold Thomas---assistant secretary and Chezette
Baillie---vice president, marketing and communication,
who is seeking reelection for the same post.
Browne is a coach as well as administrator
in a number of sporting disciplines. He holds
posts of vice president and public relations
officer of the Secondary Schools Basketball
Association as well as secretary to the Sec-
ondary Schools Tennis Association.
Browne is an executive member of the
T&T Physical Education Teachers Associ-
ation, secretary of the Association of Physical
Education Teachers of T&T and advisor to
the Port-of-Spain Secondary Track and
Lall, meanwhile, holder of a BSc in engi-
neering is a petroleum engineer. He remains
active in basketball and is also the assistant
secretary of the South Central Zonal Com-
Hart represented T&T s national netball
team from 1985-1994 and was awarded a
full basketball scholarship to the Wayland
Baptist University and holds a BBA (account-
Master of science in community and eco-
nomic development, Mitchell, is a former
CEO at the National Entrepreneurship
Development Company Limited (Nedco)
and is currently executive director of Neigh-
bourhood Housing Services of Staten Island.
Thomas has established a number of
sporting teams, clubs and leagues including
the Long Circular/Mucurapo Police Youth
Club, the Mt Hope Spurs Basketball Club
and the Mt Hope Community Basketball
He is a police officer currently pursuing
a BSc sports management with minors in
marketing and economics at the University
of the West Indies.
Warwick set to take over from McNish
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