It’s Kingston BETA‘s 10th anniversary year and our first event for 2017. We are kicking off a year-long 10th anniversary celebration with the first in our event series. It will be on Thursday March 2, 2016 at JAMPRO Head Quarters, 18 Trafalgar Road in New Kingston Business District.
It starts at 6:30 p.m. It’s only JMD$500 to contribute to the community.
We will have special guests who were at the very first Kingston BETA back in 2017, we will be saying a big thank you to so many people who’ve helped us and been part of the movement from day one.
We will also have special Speakers and Pitches from across the Caribbean in person and by Skype video.
CALLS FOR PITCHES!
To get on the line up to Pitch. Email Event Producer + Host Ingrid Riley Ingrid@connectimass.com with just a paragraph of the who and what and we will confirm you within 48hrs.
We’re proud of Kingston BETA – it’s the first and longest running Caribbean Tech Startup Community + Pitch Event. We are proud of the impact that we’ve had in kickstarting the Jamaican and Caribbean Startup Ecosystem. We are committed to continuing to bring people together to Learn, Launch and Prosper in the emerging #DigitalCaribbean and Global Digital Economy.
More details to come. Join us on Facebook, twitter and join our mailing list by adding your email address in that box on the right of our site. Our Hashtag is #kgnbeta10
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As a producer of Caribbean technology events, we have produced the most Caribbean Tech Events for Entrepreneurs, Digital Media, Women, Caribbean Businesses and the Caribbean Tech Industry and Diaspora, than anyone else. We’ve done over 80 Meetups+ Pitch events, 3 Caribbean Tech Conferences, 3 Caribbean wide Hackathons, a few Mobile App Competitions, Online Twitter Chats and Startup Weekends. We launched Caribbean Bloggers Week in 2016 and we will stage the first Caribbean Women in Tech coming up in September 2017.