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Tuesday, January 10, 2006 

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Youth Business Trinidad & Tobago (YBTT) was initiated by the British High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago (His Excellency Mr Peter Harborne) and commenced operating in October 2000. The first loan being approved in January 2001.
YBTT provides support to young persons between the ages of 18 and 35 and after three years of operation over 60 businesses have been funded. Projects approved include beauty salons, barbershop operations, T-shirt design, welding operations, cosmetology and several other business types.
By the year 2005 YBTT anticipates that approximately 90 businesses will have been started through its efforts and many more employed as a result.

Garland Samuel
General Manager
Youth Business Trinidad and Tobago
Room 1, First Floor
Royal Plaza
16 - 18 Main Road
Chaguanas
Trinidad and Tobago
Telephone : 1-868-665-8621
Email : ybtt@tstt.net.tt

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