The Annual AGM of The Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO) which was scheduled for Saturday March 14th had to be postponed due to technical difficulties.

Saturday’s meeting was to highlight the organization’s achievements over the past year as well as to present a report on ECCO’s finances to the members and well as adjustments to the organization’s bi laws.

According to ECCO’s Chairman Mr Martin James, the annual general meeting was an important one as a new board of directors was to be elected.

Grenada, Jamaica, St. Kitts. Antigua, St. Vincent and St. Lucia make up the Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization (ECCO) and therefore must be represented at the meeting.

That was supposed to be accomplished via audio visual technology but technical difficulties ultimately led to the meeting being called off.

Ongoing transformation of the organization, transparency, accountability and good governance are all topics expected to be discussed at the next meeting a date for which has not been agreed upon.

A new date for the meeting will be announced in the coming weeks.

Related posts