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.
Using the Jamaican National Crowdfunding platform iSupportJamaica.com, these are a few Jamaican-based globally minded Startups currently raising capital on the platform. Have a look and if you are so moved, whip out your credit card. Get to know them and tell us what you think about their ideas. Kraasimages.com| Authentic Caribbean
PitchIT Caribbean Challenge, a Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship competition and showcase produced by the Caribbean Mobile Innovation Programme ( CMIP), announced the 25 Caribbean Startup teams who will be vying for US$5000 in seed funding and a spot in one of four PitchIT Caribbean Accelerators. There are 9 Jamaican Startups, 9 Trinidadian
Kingston BETA Tech Community Meetup + Pitch event, kicked off the first in its 2016 series on Thursday March 24th 2016. It was flush with announcements and 11 tech-driven pitches both from aspiring and current Jamaican Tech Entrepreneurs, plus a new Youth Innovation Pitch segment for high school students. Slashroots is
It is that time again! Kingston BETA - The Hub of Jamaica's Tech Startup Scene is having a Global Entrepreneurship Week Edition on Wednesday November 18th, 6:30pm at JAMPRO Headquarters and we are now open for Startup/Idea Pitch submissions. How to get on the Pitch Stage at Kingston Beta? Your fellow tech/startup
Like Africa, Miami, parts of Eastern Europe, the Caribbean’s Startup Ecosystem is nascent and growing. At the moment, Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, and Dominican Republic has been getting alot of attention, because of the level of tech entrepreneurial activity, that's been bubbling up there. And yes Jamaica has been leading the
The Vine List A social Shopping Startup formed at the First Startup Weekend Jamaica event staged by tech entrepreneurship non prfot ConnectiMass in October 2013, before heading to the government led accelerator Startup Jamaica - is one of three "local start-up technology companies have been selected to benefit from a
The Caribbean’s Tech Startup Ecosystem started with the first wave of Internet Startups in the mid 90s, inspired by, and at times clones of, the American success stories. The region had, and in some cases still has, its own eBay (jamdeal.com), Yahoo (top5Jamaica.com), early social networks (caribbeanmassive.com and vibesconnect.com),online dating (caribsingles.com),alumni