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PIPSO sign MOU with HACCP Australia (Fiji) Ltd

26th May, 2017

10 May, 2017 (Suva, Fiji) – The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) met with HACCP Australia (Fiji) Ltd at the PIPSO Office in Suva where they jointly signed a Memorandum of

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LAUNCH FOOD FORUM – CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERSHIP AND INNOVATION IN THE PACIFIC

23rd March, 2017

PIPSO CEO Mereia Volavola is set to attend the LAUNCH Food Forum on 28 – 31 March 2017 in San Francisco, California. LAUNCH is a network centered innovation platform founded on the belief that the challenges of today are too big to be solved by one organisation alone. Founded in 2009 by NASA, US a...

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16 certified in Small Business Level 1 Training

09th February, 2017

The month of February started off on a high note for the 16 participants after receiving their certificate following a two-day Small Business Training Level 1 facilitated by PIPSO in Suva. The training was tailored for  micro to small businesses in looking at ways to Structure a Business, Record...

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ACP-EUTBT Programme holds Validation Workshop

26th January, 2017

MEDIA RELEASE Thursday 26 January 2017, (Suva, Fiji) – Today, the Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO), in partnership with the ACP-EU TBT Programme, held the validation workshop of the Project “Enhance Trade Capacities of Pacific Agribusiness and Improve Access to International M...

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PIPSO Partners With ACP-EU-TBT To Enhance Pacific Agribusiness

27th January, 2017

The Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO), in partnership with the African Caribbean and Pacific-European Union- Technical Barriers for Trade (ACP-EU TBT Programme) held a validation workshop yesterday. The workshops aimed at enhancing trade capacities of Pacific Agribusiness and impro...

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Coastal fisheries monitoring and surveillance highlighted at Heads of Fisheries meet

20th March, 2017

Noumea, New Caledonia – Pacific Island countries and territories at the 10th Heads of Fisheries meeting have reaffirmed the increased priority for coastal fisheries in the region, including the need for improved monitoring, control and surveillance of coastal marine resources. In the 54 key statem...

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