The Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI), which was established in 2006, is the voice of the services sector. TTCSI is a business support membership organisation comprised of services sector organisations and associations. It represents the local private sector’s interests to decision-makers as well as international, regional and local stakeholders. The main goal of the TTCSI is the building and development of a sustainable industry sector in Trinidad and Tobago.
Toward that end, we lobby and engage in direct dialogue with key decision-makers, undertake organizational strengthening and institutional building activities and facilitate the marketing and export of services of Trinidad and Tobago.
TTCSI membership is organized around seven clusters of related service industries. This structure allows the TTCSI to function as a one-stop shop for interaction with the services sector. Via the clusters arrangement, TTCSI can provide aggregated feedback, organized interventions and collated ‘local knowledge’ to national, regional and international decision-makers wanting to plan and implement interactions with the Trinidad & Tobago services sector.
The present mix of service industry clusters of TTCSI is:
- Business Services
- Construction & Related Engineering Services
- Environmental Services
- Financial Services
- Health & Related Social Services
- Tourism & Travel Related Social Services
- Recreational, Cultural & Sporting Services
TTCSI Gateway to Trade Market Connections Event
Vashti Guyadeen Chief Executive Officer TTCSI and Mark Edghill, President TTCSI “Let today be recorded as the day that heralded a new dawn for the reignition of the services sector in Trinidad and Tobago.” The words of the president of the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition…
May 25th, 2022
Congrats to Mark Edghill, new President, TTCSI
Remarks to Members at Annual General Meeting April 30th, 2021 I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board of Directors at TTCSI and the Immediate Past President, Ms. Lara Quentrall–Thomas, for their unwavering support and commitment to this association during what has…
May 12th, 2021