I honestly don't know why so many people are worrying about Travis Kalanick, founder and former CEO Uber. Or worse, some are making it seem almost noble that he stepped down as Ceo in the wake of high profile investor mutiny that followed a flood of reports of it's uber
by Nerissa Golden
The Caribbean entrepreneurship space has been quite busy for the past seven years. Millions of Euros and Canadian dollars have been invested to help stir up a desire for enterprise development and to strengthen existing structures to improve local economies. What is the strategy for continuity once funding
In the fourth episode of This Week in Caribbean Tech Live on our Silicon Caribe Facebook this Thursday June 22, 2017, I have a lot of news and information on Caribbean Startups, Apps and Events. I will also discuss the status of Caribbean ecommerce and the call for regulation of
In moving fast and breaking things, in doing things without asking permission, cos you know you can beg forgiveness after if needs be - remember this...karma never forgets an address. It maybe embedded part of the global startup culture, so if you are prepared to get back what it is
We put Cybercrime in the Caribbean in the spotlight in our Top Caribbean Tech News segment this week as I host another episode of This Week in Caribbean Tech Live on our Facebook Page. 1 pm EST. We will have Trevor Forrest, Chief Advisor to the Minister of Science, Energy
That's the theme of the next Kingston BETA event for aspiring and current tech entrepreneurs and digital creatives. It will be held on Thursday April 27th, 2017. The usual time and yes we’re still at JAMPRO HQ.
We’re talking about Failing Forward and why Failing Fast and Often is the Path
Are we, Caribbean techies and tech consumers, being (unduly) influenced by the views and opinions of those outside the region?
Among pundits, and even among consumers globally, there seems to be a jaded view of tech products and services, which seems to be reflected in the recent performance of tech stock
Last week, the Internet Society released what is likely to be a seminal report on the Internet in the Caribbean. Here, we introduce the report to our readers.
The Internet is widely recognised as being a catalyst for economic growth and development, and Caribbean countries have been eager to embrace this
For the next couple of months as our 10th Anniversary unfolds, we will be sharing with you a bit of Caribbean Tech History, Caribbean Internet History. You can look for it every Tuesday and Thursday here on our blog and also on Instagram. Over the next few weeks we will
I know Michelle Marius personally, we've worked together on projects in the past and she is one of the chillest, smartest and detailed oriented people I know. I curate some of her blog posts from ICT-Pulse.com here on SiliconCaribe and I signed up for her ProjectCalls email every week. So