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Bermudians of the Year

Erica Smith: Champion of Small Business

Erica Smith, executive director of the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) since 2014, and her team already dedicated their working life to helping entrepreneurs and small businesses succeed by offering workshops, one-to-one advice, incubator programmes and a variety of loan options.  Then COVID hit and Smith went into overdrive. “We were able to ramp up and provide additional resources,” she says. “We were fortunate to be provided additional funds from the Bermuda Government to deploy to businesses by way of…


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9 Christmas Things with Bishop Nick Dill

Bishop Nick was born on Dock Hill, Devonshire in hurricane Arlene in the dark ages of 1963. Husband to Fiona, and Father to 6 amazing children. A perpetual drain on his parent's patience and money, he did two degrees -…


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At the Helm: Karen Border Takes Charge of the Bermuda National Trust

Formerly communications manager at Conyers, Karen Border has lately moved to an office quite different from the modern one she was used to in Clarendon House, Hamilton. As the recently appointed executive director of the Bermuda National Trust (BNT), her…


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25 Things With DJ Chubb

DJ Chubb is one of Bermuda's most versatile DJs, entertaining his audience both onstage and on-air. He has won Best of Bermuda Awards for best Radio Personality 6 times now. He can be found on his weekday show on Vibe…


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Our 2021 Rising Stars

The Bermudian’s 2021 crop of Rising Stars is an impressive group of young people with limitless passion and an infectious drive for success, and together they prove that Bermuda’s future shines very bright. Meghan Diel Age: 29Industry: InsurancePosition: Underwriter (Property)Place of employment: …

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Where I Grew Up: Ruth Thomas, Devonshire Parish

Born in 1932, Ruth Thomas spent her first 17 years in Devonshire Parish although she says, “I didn’t live deep into the heart of Devonshire. I was on the edge and what people don’t know today is they called it…