What is the
International Caribbean Business Council?

The International Caribbean Business Council is a (DBA) in compliance with the American Veterans Alliance, United States & Latin Veterans Support Embassy (USLVSE) & Veterans World Chamber (not for profit organization) Address: 1035 SW 12 Ct., Miami, Florida, 33135

The International Caribbean Business Council proudly formed in 2020 to support the Caribbean diaspora in compliance with the American Veterans Alliance, United States & Latin Veterans and International Chamber of Commerce, in existence since 1985. The not-for-profit Veteran organization, is in alliance with leaders in science, technology, education, research, politics, economics, finance, industrial, environmental and sports & entertainment. As a result, we are very proud to provide a horizontal approach with Governments, the private sector, non-governmental organizations, and the UN System. This horizontal approach helps to further mutual understanding and goodwill among the different sectors. The International Caribbean Business Council’s main purpose of existence is to create solutions and solve the problems that our communities are facing in these testing times. But our efforts to resolve these problems won’t reach their maximum effectiveness unless we have the support of our partners, associates, donors, sponsors and philanthropists within the Caribbean Communities. Under our vision, you’ll see that we have high aspirations to achieve greatness, and we appreciate mutual synergies to fulfil our goals.

ICBC

Vision

We plan to achieve the following key projects, within the Caribbean Communities, throughout the United States, the Caribbean and globally:

  • Affordable Housing locally and internationally.
  • Hydroponics, Aeroponics, Aquaponics, and Smart Protein Farming.
  • Local modern markets
  • Fruit & vegetables processing plants
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Smart Hospital Concept
  • Clean & Renewable Energy
  • Funeral homes and cemeteries
  • Housing support for veterans (and the community)
  • Veterans radio / TV broadcasting
  • Catering
  • Sports and entertainment
    • Promotions
    • Sponsorship
  • Security
    • Armed or unarmed guards
    • Cyber
    • Smart Drones
    • CCTV
International Caribbean Business Council

mission statement

“To foster a business relationship between the Caribbean Communities here in Florida, throughout the United States, the Caribbean and globally, in compliance with the American Veterans Alliance, US & Latin Veterans Support Embassy, Veteran’s World Chamber and Veterans around the World.”

ICBC goals and objectives

The main purpose and drive for success of all members, partners, associates, and staff within or linked to ULVSE aim to assist and support Veterans both locally and globally to ascertain a basic standard of living after giving service to their country. For the benefit of peace to all mankind on earth.

AVA, USLVSE and VWC

achievements and accolades

From 1985 to the present-day our illustrious chairman and founder, Mr. Waddell McGee has accomplished great feats throughout the 35 years. To name a few, the timeline is as follows:

· Became an owner of Mississippi cemetery: allowing veterans to be buried with dignity
· Established first Veterans Thrift Center

· Veterans newsletter and magazine publication
· Veterans security services

· Founded and became Chairman of the United States & Latin Veterans Support Embassy
· United States & Latin Veterans International Chamber of Commerce
· Veterans online radio station (WVET)
· Part owner of Lincoln Memorial Cemetery: Miami, Florida

Become

a member now

Prospective members can complete this form online or return to:

US and Latin Veterans Support Embassy

1035 SW 12th Ct. Miami, Florida 33135, United States

To learn more about the International Caribbean Business Council.

ONE TIME OPPORTUNITY COV-19 SPECIAL ($99.00) FOR 2021.

Please contact:

Noel Miller
Director of Global Affairs United States & Latin Veterans Support Embassy
212-419-1496
nmiller@uslvse.com