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The Women Behind SiliconCaribe’s Caribbean Bloggers Week

Five women, living in four cities spanning the Caribbean and Diaspora USA and Europe, who has a collective online influence of just over 5 million people, are the ones behind SiliconCaribe.com’s first annual Caribbean Bloggers Week. Being staged from December 5th to 10th, 2016, under the theme “ The Power of Digital Influence," the six days of scheduled activities, will celebrate and showcase the power of Digital Influencers of Caribbean + Caribbean descent who are Bloggers, Podcasters, Instagrammers, YouTubers and other types of Digital Creatives. The event which is staged 90% online, will profile and interview emerging and rockstar Digital Influencers; publish educational how-to and how-I-did articles from expert bloggers;  release The Status of Caribbean Blogosphere Trend Report; launch an Official Caribbean Blog directory plus host two Twitter Chats. The week will culminate with Blogger Meetups hosted by top Caribbean Bloggers in Kingston, Port of Spain, New York and London. Caribbean Bloggers Week is founded by Ingrid Riley, publisher and editor of the 9 year-old SiliconCaribe.com Caribbean Tech blog. She is is an award-winning  tech entrepreneur, blogger and pioneering tech evangelist based in Jamaica. “Caribbean Bloggers Week is our newest event and our intention is that it inspires the increased development, marketing and distribution of more original Caribbean Digital Content. You see, it is of great value that more of us, come to understand the value and opportunity of owning a blog, an independent digital media platform, for which you can set your own agenda. A platform where you can produce text, audio, photo

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