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Guyana is a country of 787,000 people. Infrastructure is a priority for the government and President Irfaan Ali has committed to tapping the country’s sovereign wealth fund to invest in the country’s infrastructure. The government plans to build new hospitals, roads and highways, hotels, schools, and expand the airport, all in an effort to overhaul the economy. The government knows it cannot do this alone, which is why it stands ready to welcome U.S. businesses and investors.

Trade Mission to Guyana

Dates: November 6-9, 2023 (4 days/4 nights), arrival in-country on November 5th

Where: Georgetown, Guyana

Registration: $1,600 per participant

Organized by the Bilateral Chamber, U.S. companies and organizations are invited to join a business development delegation to Guyana, the fastest-growing, emerging market in South America.  Participants will gain market and business insights, market entry guidance, and enjoy site visits and networking with Guyana government officials and companies. This visit is being arranged in partnership with U.S. Commercial Services in Houston and New Orleans. 


  • Meet: U.S. Embassy officials, foreign buyers, local facilitators, ministry officials, and public / private stakeholders. Plenty of networking opportunities with trade officials, leading private sector experts & like-minded U.S. businesses who are active in this market. 

  • Learn: About new and developing opportunities in this market for energy, real estate, infrastructure, renewables, healthcare, and agribusiness.

  • Grow: Chart your course to success through market briefings, introductions to key stakeholders, networking opportunities, and site visits.

This event is open to any U.S. company, non-profit or government agency interested in fostering greater partnerships in Guyana.

For 25 years, the Bilateral Chamber has leveraged its extensive resources and network to promote trade, investment, education and workforce training in emerging economies around the world.

For more information on the Task Force on Guyana or the Bilateral Chamber's Guyana initiatives and trade mission, contact Ms. Sukejna Kovacevic at

The Guyana Task Force promotes economic development in Guyana while facilitating business opportunities for the Bilateral Chamber’s member network and partners. The Task Force is composed of private and public sector leaders, representing government entities and diverse industries. Their counsel and expertise will help companies and organizations navigate the business landscape in this rapidly changing market. 

Guyana Task Force Committee

Jeffrey Van Putten

Managing Partner
Bancroft Guyana Investment Group

Coming soon

Paul Cheong

Private Sector Commission of Guyana

Coming soon

Tina Beharry

Chief Executive Officer
HAB International Inc.

Coming soon

Seth Persaud

Investment Officer
Guyana Office of Investment (GO-Invest)
Office of the President

Jeffrey Williamson

California State Trade Expansion

Coming soon

Agustin Arellano

President & CEO
HAS Development Corporation

Coming soon

Faizal Khan

Chief Executive Officer
GKB Industries Inc.

Coming soon

February 1, 2023

The Bilateral Chamber is gearing up for what is anticipated to be a year of record growth in Guyana. The Guyanese government just released the national budget for 2023 and it calls for major investment in agribusiness, infrastructure, ICT, and tourism.  

Ambassador Insight Series: Guyana

May 3, 2023 | Houston, TX

Guyana is the fastest growing economy in the world. Fueled by unprecedented oil discoveries, the Guyanese economy is expected to grow by at least 25% per annum for the next three to four years.

Boardroom Session: Guyana

March 20-23, 2022 | Georgetown, Guyana

The Chamber led a trade delegation from the United States to Guyana. The three-day trip brought together multiple business sectors from the U.S. with government officials and local business leaders.

March 2022 Trade Mission to Guyana

November 14-18, 2023 | Georgetown, Guyana

The Bilateral Chamber, in partnership with Louisiana District Export Council (LDEC), U.S. Embassy in Georgetown and U.S. Commercial Service Louisiana District Export Council (LDEC) brought a diverse delegation to Guyana. 

More details to come

2022 Guyana Trade Mission with U.S. Commercial Service Louisiana 

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