Stefan Lander

Teen entrepreneur, Stefan Lander, makes a point during the interview at the St Helena offices of his two companies on Friday.

—Photo: Jermaine Cruikshank

AT JUST 14-years-old, Stefan Lander was already making business decisions and developing brands for organisations through his family’s two businesses.

Now 17, the St Mary’s College pupil manages his own companies; an online courier service called EzShopTT and an online delivery service called EzDeliveryTT. “EzShopTT can ship anything from anywhere in the world. In addition to that, we also provide free delivery through the EzDeliveryTT service,” he told Express Business last week Friday, during an interview at EzShopTT’s office in St Helena.

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This week, we at Bourse take a look at the financial performance of two major players in the Non-Banking Finance sector: Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited (SFC) and Guardian Holdings Limited (GHL), for the six-month period ended June 30th, 2019. 

LAST week saw 1,346,042 shares traded on first tier market, a decrease of 14.24 per cent on the previous week’s total of 1,569,519 shares crossing the floor. The value of the shares traded was up by 15.62 per cent to $14,347,690.73 from the previous week’s value of $12,409,110.29.

Thanks but no thanks. Wheel and come again. This is the message president of the Public Services Association Watson Duke has sent to UNC political leader Kamla Persad Bissessar, who on Tuesday called for unity with the trade union movement, ahead of next year’s general election.

THE Chief Executive Officer of the Heritage Petroleum Company Mike Wylie has taken leave of absence from the job on medical grounds. This was confirmed by chairman of Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Company (TPH) Wilfred Espinet, who said the CEO was on sick leave.