Vision: To be the primary regional resource for the growth of services export in the Caribbean.

Objectives: The CNSC supports collaboration among the region’s service organizations in an effort to raise awareness on services issues, including joint lobbying and advocacy efforts, generate support at national and regional levels for the coalition movement and to share best practices. Ultimately, the network’s interest is in the development of the region’s services industries.

About the CNSC

The Caribbean Network of Service Coalitions (CNSC) is a compelling example of how the region can work functionally and strategically together to ensure positive developments at both the national and regional levels.

The CNSC is an informal network of independent national coalitions of service industries, who work in partnership to support and drive the development of the region’s services sectors.  Comprised currently of ten members (Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago), the CNSC is able to achieve meaningful successes, without the costs and bureaucracies of a regional institution.

The CNSC’s structure includes a rotating bi-annual Chairmanship, as well as an annually elected Vice-Chair and Secretary.

The CNSC is presently chaired by the St. Lucia Coalition of Service Industries.