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CIPO Newsletter November 2015

The objectives of Phase II is to enhance and upgrade the online business registration system which will accelerate sustainable business entry of firms in the Commonwealth of Dominica, and improve user experience, stability and reliability for the online business registration community. It will streamline procedures to include social security registration, commercial registries, notary registries, operating.. read more

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Phase 2, Business Entry Reform Project Officially Launched – CIPO

On July 03, 2015, the Phase II of the Business Entry Reform Program was officially launched at the Fort Young Hotel. Present were the Honorable Rayburn Blackmoore, Minister for Justice, Immigration and National Security, members from the public and private sector, media, ministries, heads of division, and project team. The Launch commenced once the Minister.. read more

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Phase 2, Business Entry Reform Project in Dominica- CIPO Newsletter

In November of 2012, Companies and Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) transitioned from a manual system to the new E-Registry software; Online Company Registration Software. The system which is now used to process all company and business name registrations is also being used by the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) and Dominica Social Security (DSS) to extract.. read more

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Inland Revenue Division Introduces Tax e-Filing System

As part of an ongoing reform process, the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) has launched a tax e-filing system for tax payers in the Commonwealth of Dominica. The services provided are: Registration of e-user module enabling electronic user (e-user) registration, Inland Revenue Division user registration, and empowerment of the e-user to use e-services on behalf of.. read more

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Tourism Online Awareness – Raising Consciousness in Our Industry

It is vital that businesses within Dominica’s tourism industry understand the benefits of online technologies. Regionally, too many small firms are still plagued with continued operations of only traditional means of communication, and have yet to be convinced of the desperate need to get online, with special focus on Dominica. By comparison, several larger enterprises.. read more

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Social Media at the Work Place: A necessity or a drain on productivity

At the workplace computer and internet connectivity is as common place, as the pen and pencils and in some organisations is used more than the latter. It is a given, that technology drives this new world. We have seen the gains that technology has offered us in bridging the gap between trade, economy, health and.. read more

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Local Enterprises – Embracing E-Business

The business environment is becoming more and more competitive, and as a result there is a growing need for local businesses to make the necessary adjustments to respond to both local and foreign competition. Some business experts think that the delay in embracing e-business by local businesses is currently affecting their business potential to grow.. read more