A Guide to Doing Business in Barbados contains information relevant to doing business in Barbados. This resource includes information pertaining to the business environment, setting up a business, accommodation, taxation, and education. Opens in PDF and is only available in English.

The Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a private sector organization which represents the interests of its members and area's business community. The site strives to better the environment for businesses by providing links to company directories, yellow pages, and other useful business materials. 

The Barbados Integrated Government Portal (BIG) offers information on different government ministries, departments, and agencies. This resource also provides essential information for both citizens and businesses such as financial requirements, taxes, and registration information.

The Barbados Investment and Development Corporation website covers the entire spectrum of international business and investment in Barbados. The site provides information on starting businesses and exporting services and goods. Users can find legal information, statistics, tutorials, and various service forms on the website.

The Barbados Stock Exchange (BSE) is a privately owned nonprofit organization. Its goal is to create wealth by trading in a cost effective and efficient way throughout the Caribbean. The site also offers news, education for investors, and trading reports.

Invest Barbados (IB) is an economic development agency of the government of Barbados. It is responsible for attracting and sustaining international investment in Barbados. The site contains general information on the country, as well as provides current information about Barbados' business environment for investors.

The mission of the Ministry of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce is to encourage economic development and the improvement of the quality of life for the people of Barbados through the facilitation of commerce, entrepreneurship, and the protection of consumers. The official website of the Ministry of Small Business, Entrepreneurship and Commerce contain all relevant legislation and applications for conducting trade in Barbados.

Nation News is a local publication in Barbados that features recent business headlines and news stories. 

The Telecommunications Unit of Barbados (TU) is responsible for promoting a competitive environment, ensuring the industry is easily accessible, and developing and implementing regulatory policies. On the site, you can also find resources related to Barbados domains, government notices, application forms, and types of licenses.

The Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA) facilitates and promotes investment in the Caribbean region. The CAIPA website includes information regarding investment opportunities and incentives, as well as general information about the economies of each of its member countries.