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Management and staff of the BADMC celebrating the 21st Anniversary of the corporation, including acting CEO, Glendene Barlett (left), and BADMC Chairman Rev. Shawn Tudor (right).
 
 
   
21 years for BADMC
By Ashlee Cox

The Barbados Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (BADMC) Staff are resilient.

That was the observation made by Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BADMC, Glendene Barlett, as she spoke yesterday during at a service celebrating the 21st Anniversary of the Corporation at the Westmoreland Church of the Nazarene.

According to Bartlett, the BADMC has been through a lot of rough times and struggles, but they have fought hard to still be here and hold firm to their mandate.

“This year again, we had to retrench staff and also close one of our shops, so when I was asked the question by one of our members of staff, ‘Why are we celebrating 21 years at this time?’ I had to ponder before I answered,” she noted.

She continued, “This staff has shown resilience; that we are still operating given the past shows the strength of the staff. Though we have empl...

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