I wrote this as a Facebook Post just a couple of weeks ago and got shared so many times, I decided to publish it here to an even larger audience. It was a letter to the Caribbean Tech Community that I've been apart of for almost 10 years. So here
by Byron Gibson Despite current and projected continued global growth in electronic and mobile commerce, as a region with above average mobile penetration (approximately 128%) as well as world-class fibre and cellular data networks, the Caribbean has failed to capitalize on, and remains woefully low on electronic or mobile commerce activity.
1.Digicel Play passes 10,000 subscribers in Jamaica Digicel Play has announced that it has surpassed the 10,000 subscriber mark in Jamaica just a few months after launch. With this milestone being reached well ahead of schedule, the company said this is a testament to the quality and strength of the service.
Inscribed at his grave in London is one of Karl Marx’s most powerful statements, “The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it.” Written in 1845, Marx’s revolutionary thinking set off a century defined by the struggle between communism and capitalism – culminating
We started Mobile Monday Report on SiliconCaribe.com 5 years ago- now it's back by popular demand. So, every Monday from now, we will publish a report on Caribbean Mobile Industry - Mobile apps, startups, mobile money, telecoms, Mobile services and the Mobile lifestyle. Mobile Monday This Week on SiliconCaribe - features
The 3 year old Caribbean-led Startup M-Survey has scored funding with a seed round from CrossCulture Venture firm. MSurvey led by Co-f0under and CEO Kenfield Griffith, a Caribbean Native of Bajan/Montserratian decent and MIT Graduate was one of SiliconCaribe.com's op 25 Caribbean Startups to watch in 2015. MSurvey, is a mobile