In keeping with its commitment to supporting the arts, Deloitte Barbados made it possible for one promising Barbadian singer to benefit from international exposure.
Mia Ch’An Cumberbatch performed live at a women’s leadership forum in St. Martin attended by the likes of Iyanla Vanzant and CNN’s Soledad O’Brien.
“I thank Deloitte for its help with making the tour possible. I had the opportunity to perform in front of and speak to some of the most powerful women in the world. My show was a huge success with the venue being filled each night. I cannot say how awe-inspiring that experience was, knowing that they all came out to see a young girl from Barbados perform. It was my largest audience to date and each night it grew. I felt and still feel blessed to have experienced it,” said Ch’An on her return to Barbados.
The Art of Deloitte consists of the provision of audit, tax, financial advisory and consulting services.
However the firm continuously supports the development of audio and visual arts.
“We work in four key business areas — audit, financial advisory, tax and consulting — but our real strength comes from combining the talents of those groups to address clients’ needs. Fortune and BusinessWeek consistently rank Deloitte among the best places to work, which is good news for our talent and our clients alike. When the best people tackle the most compelling challenges, everyone wins. As such, it is our pleasure to support budding talent and provide opportunities for global exposure,” explained Renatta Mohammed, Senior Manager, Marketing & Business Development at Deloitte Barbados.
Mohammed also noted that several entertainers rely on the local firm for tax related services.
Ch’An is hosting a concert tonight from 8 p.m. at the Combermere School to assist in further tours and the general public is invited to join Deloitte in supporting her ongoing efforts to take her music world-wide.
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