We're refreshed from our usual summer break and ready for our next 10TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT which will be on Thursday October 26th, 2017 at JAMPRO HQ, 6:30pm. It's the usual JMD$500 community contribution. Kingston BETA is a SiliconCaribe Media event. Our Panel Theme is: The State of Jamaica's Tech Startup Ecosystem.
In this Episode CARIBBEAN TECH NEWS Jamaica’s Tech Scene is heating up big time - Do You Know Why? More Jobs, Smaller Savings Sap Entrepreneurial Energy? A Global Entreprenuership Monitor Report on Jamaica Status of The Mobile + Internet Infrastructure in the Hurricane damaged Caribbean CARIBBEAN STARTUP IN THE SPOTLIGHT Mannin Marsh, Founder of TheVineList CARIBBEAN TECH
In This Week's Episode #!4 of This Week in Caribbean Tech Live Caribbean Tech News Dominica-based School - NTRC’ Internet of Things Weather Monitoring Station wins Caribbean Award Usage Technologies To Roll Out Student-Tracking Software Is it good that Caribbean countries are getting into bed with Airbnb? and more Caribbean Startup Interview Heneka Watkis-Porter,
In this Episode CARIBBEAN TECH NEWS -The Caribbean Mobile Innovation Programme aka PitchitCaribbean is sending three Caribbean Startups to the Slush Global Impact Accelerator Event Jamaica will be changing THE COPYRIGHT ACT to protect digital privacy Musson Group is Building a Large Tech Park in Kingston, Jamaica Fresh Report is Out: What is the monthly
IN THIS EPISODE #11 Top Caribbean Tech News THIS Week Jamaica Stock Exchange looks to introduce blockchain technology Whoa!!! Conducting business with the Government of Jamaica just got easier now that GOV.JM is live. Airbnb Inks Yet Another Caribbean Nation- This time it’s Antigua Data protection law set for 2019
In this Episode #10 Top 5 Caribbean Tech News Items This Week - What;s this Survey saying about Caribbean Countries + Going Digital? - WHat is Jamaica's largest bank doing with an Innovation Internship Programme ? - What are the actual challenges being experienced with e-commerce in the Caribbean? A Survey is trying to
Without a doubt, the Caribbean still behind in conducting digital transactions online. We offer a few reasons why that is the case. In its 2016 study on Internet security and trust, the Centre for International Governance Innovation, a non-partisan think-tank, found that “a significant percentage of Internet users do not trust