Caribbean Entrepreneur Networks
Business Entrepreneurship Network – Caribbean: The Business Entrepreneurship Network (BEN) connects early stage entrepreneurs in the Caribbean with information and resources necessary to transform ideas into successful products or services. BEN also serves as a think tank for ambitious business owners who want to build relationships and grow their businesses.Through research, events and the media, we bridge the gap between entrepreneurs and necessary stakeholders to help make the Caribbean the best place in the world to start and grow a business.
Caribbean American Chamber Of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (CACCI), founded in August 1985, is a statewide membership organization, which has developed expertise in providing business assistance to small and start-up business owners, in areas of business planning, financing, certification, procurement, business expansion, and export/import opportunities.
Caribbean Hub: Caribbean Hub is a Slack community dedicated to the Caribbean entrepreneurship.Our goal is to connect entrepreneurs and professionals from the tech and startup industry in this area in order to chat, share and learn from each other.
Caribbean Internet Entrepreneurs Association: The Caribbean Internet Entrepreneurs Association is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and future entrepreneurs to leverage the power of the internet to build successful online businesses.
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Facebook Group: Common place for Caribbean business people, whether experienced, young or aspiring. Watch, Talk, Learn and Innovate!The goal is to exchange ideas & provide useful business-oriented information.
Caribbean Startups Facebook Group: Community promoting economic development through digital creativity and entrepreneurship.
Caribbean Women Entrepreneurs Network Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a prominent champion of the rights of females across the globe, particularly for the equality and opportunity for women to be full participants in their respective economies as political leaders and drivers of economic growth. In line with her efforts, the Caribbean Women’s Entrepreneurship Forum, hosted by the US Department of State, was held in Washington D.C. on March 12 & 13, 2012. Twenty-two (22) female entrepreneurs from ten (10) Caribbean countries were selected to attend the forum. All participants were owners of small or medium enterprises (SMEs) who possessed a wealth of knowledge, skills and expertise as well as zeal to further grow their respective businesses. These female entrepreneurs were from the Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Suriname and Trinidad.
Caribbean Small Business Ecademy: We educate, train and coach Caribbean Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners to grow their businesses FAST!
Caribbean Commonwealth Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs- We have a mission to create and sustain a recognized body that exists as part of the official Commonwealth process and is able to engage, contribute to and impact the work of the Commonwealth to raise awareness and address the issues of young entrepreneurs.
Youth Business Caribbean: We are a community of established organisations working with young people who want to establish entrepreneurial businesses in the Caribbean. Since 2012 we have been working together to strengthen the ecosystem for young entrepreneurs in the Caribbean. Connect with your local member using the navigation tab on the left hand side.