10 On The Weekend is a weekly (-ish) feature in IMI, the concept of which is simple: Each time, we ask the same ten questions of a different IMI Pro, letting readers get to know the interviewee on a more personal and informal level than they might during the ordinary course of business. Our guest this week is Anastasia Barna, CEO of One World Migration.
Today is Grenada's Independence Day!
Grenada's Independence Day is a national holiday in the country, celebrated on 7 February to celebrate the island nation's independence from the United Kingdom since 1974.
Grenada is an island nation located in the Caribbean Sea. It has a rich and varied history spanning several centuries.
The islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498 during his third voyage to the Americas. The island was inhabited by Carib Indians.
Grenada was claimed by France in the 1600s and later occupied by the English in the late 1700s. During this time, the island was mainly used as a sugar cane plantation.
Grenada became a British Crown colony in the late 19th century and remained so until independence in 1974. During this time, significant political and social changes have taken place on the island.
It is widely known for the opportunity to obtain second citizenship for investment.
With a Grenada passport, you can visit 180+ countries without a visa, including the UK, EU, China, and most Commonwealth of Nations countries.
Businessmen and investors are choosing Dubai to invest their money into real estate. We will tell you more details about this lucrative market and present some up-to-date information on conditions, prices, popular objects, and overall trends.
One World Migration spoke with Lee Oldroyd, Chief Commercial Officer of Gulf Craft.