GTT deploys specific plans for local businesses

Chairman and CEO of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company, Damian Blackburn has promised new and improved services for the business sector in Guyana.

In its desire to be the preferred solution partner for all business segments in French Guiana, GTT Business Solutions has officially launched its range of services for small and medium-sized businesses.

As part of the new conneX packages, new and existing businesses will receive high-speed Internet service with free voice solutions of 3,500, 4,000 and 6,000 free minutes for local calls on the network and calls to the United States and Canada.

“We are truly here to work with you to transform your businesses, whether small, medium, micro; or a large company,” said the CEO of GTT.

GTT’s Business Solutions has positioned itself to become the small business champion in Guyana, driving advancement through innovative solutions, the CEO said.

“And we promise you as CEO of GTT that this is the beginning of the journey and not the end. Guyanese businesses in whatever way they serve,” said the CEO of GTT.

GTT is also committed to working with government and the private sector to advance its agenda where its services are needed.

Tourism, Industry and Trade Minister Oneidge Walrond said the partnership between GTT and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry exemplifies the kind of effort needed to complement the government’s efforts to develop a favorable climate for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Over the weekend, GTT and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted the Small Business Expo at Rayne Park.