Success Stories

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Grand Bahamian company becomes Access Accelerator’s largest funded business

Fowlco Marine and Logistics Management successfully accessed $500,000 in financial investments through the Access Accelerator Small Business Development Centre. This is the largest amount yet to be invested into an Acces...

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SBDC secures funding for children’s mobile ride rental company

More Play Entertainment successfully obtained 69,000 dollars in investment capital through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC).  The entertainment service owned by Alisa Sands-Hutcheson speci...

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SBDC secures funding for funeral service in Grand Bahama

Le Pavillion successfully obtained 186,000 dollars in capital loans from Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC).  The cemetery and mausoleum service is owned b...

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Restaurant receives funding through the SBDC

Dynasty Café obtained $89,000 in investment loans from the Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC). Owned by Kimberly Marshall, Dynasty Café is a soul food ...

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Cookie bakery receives funding through Access Accelerator/SBDC

The Cookie Caterer successfully obtained $75,000 in loan investments from Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC).  The Cookie Caterer is a local bakery that se...

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Creative village secures funding through Access Accelerator

iDiscover successfully obtained over $93,000 in equity investment from The Bahamas Entrepreneurial Venture Fund, through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC). iDiscover, is a village of authen...

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Printing company accesses over $200,000 in funding through the Access Accelerator

Kevco Printing successfully obtained $215,000 in loan investments from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC). Juluis Tinker started Kevco Printing, a lar...

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Technology company started in Cat Island receives over $100,000 investment.

Alvernia Business Consulting (ABC Bahamas Ltd.) received $112,500 in investment loans from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) through the Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Centre (SBDC). ABC Bahamas Ltd. is a bo...

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Entrepreneur secures over $200,000 in investment funding

The Access Accelerator, Small Business Development Center has assisted Cheryl’s Bahamas Taxi & Tours in accessing $230,000 in debt financing from the Royal Bank of Canada. Cheryl Cambridge, owner of Cheryl’s Bahamas...

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Exuma school receives $163,000 in funding to revolutionise Family Island education through the SBDC

Through the work of the Access Accelerator Small Business Development Centre (SBDC) the second private school on the island of Exuma has successfully accessed $163,000 in investment funding. Exuma Christian Academy (ECA...