Member countries of the commonwealth are in Port Vila this week, to discuss on how small and medium size businesses can tap into the global trade.

This activity is part of the commonwealth connectivity agenda which heads of member countries approved on April last year with the main aim of trade and investment link for all commonwealth member countries.

Commonwealth connectivity agenda focuses on 5 key areas with voluntary groups for countries to work on as cluster groups.

These five areas includes physical, digital, regulatory, business to business and supply side connectivity.

Vanuatu leads the supply side cluster group and holds their first meeting this week in Port Vila.