Push for eCommerce in Barbados

TECH NEWS - THE SMALL Business Association (SBA) is pushing e-commerce in a big way and as such has formed partnerships to enable its members to more fully utilise the technology. Business operations manager Andrea C Taylor said the SBA was working with both banks and Government in this regard. “We

Online Wholesale Club Launches online by Jamaica tech company.

Despite the lack of a memorable brand name yet with an excellent underlying ethos of  Buy Jamaica, Build Jamaica theme, asljamaica.com labels themselves " Your Online Wholesale Club" that gives you "Real Rewards, Not Coupons" went live with a grocery shopping store online this week. 3892

Zimbuyer.com- What’s missing in the Caribbean

Zimbuyer.Com is a new one stop online shopping facility for Zimbabweans in the Diaspora, offering easy access to purchase groceries and other services for their loved ones back home. The site is attractive, easy to use and allows Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora a single source in

FLASHBACK Tech in Jamaica: Caribexchange Trade Net Magazine

I know those of you who are new to Tech generally and new to The tech industry in Jamaica specifically will not remember this magazine -Trade Net. It started 8 years ago as a free magazine from Caribexchange.com which was an eprocurement startup based at the Technology Innovation Centre at

Dot.com domain turns 25. Happy Birthday!

Exactly 25 years ago, computer manufacturer Symbolics, based in Cambridge, Mass., registered the first .com domain. Today there are 84 million. Of course a Web site, 25yearsof.com, is celebrating the anniversary. And a Facebook fan page declares: There are 11.9 million e-commerce and online business Web sites, 4.3 million entertainment-related

T&T’s Internet sector 10 years behind..i.e opportunity rich!

(Trinidad)T&T’s information technology (IT) industry is far behind that of the developed world, said Miles Abraham, director, Simply Intense Media (SIM). “T&T is about ten years behind first-world nations. What was happening in the United Kingdom (UK) about ten years ago is where we are at now. The mobile phone