July 9, 2016

Startup Trinidad & Tobago

Flag_of_Trinidad_and_Tobago.svgCountry: Trinidad & Tobago

Ecosystem Players

  • Startup Weekend T&T
  • Biz Booster:  The Lok Jack GSB BIZBOOSTER is primarily a SME growth centre and commercial business incubator established by the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business and its foundation partners. The BIZBOOSTER is a collaborative relationship among private enterprise, academia and government, aimed at providing innovative startups and existing companies with a wide range of services, financial and non-financial resources for growth, success and sustainability.
  • TechNews TT: is an expansion of the long running technology column,BitDepth. As of September 2015, the column, written by journalist Mark Lyndersay, has been continuously published for the last 20 years with a focus on personal technology and it’s impact on the lives of the people of Trinidad and Tobago.
  • http://www.entrepreneurlifett.com/  A non-governmental, entity on a mission to change the face of entrepreneurship in T&T. Created by a team of young, creative thinkers  Entrepreneur Life TT is a digital platform aimed at supplying the aspiring and current entrepreneur in Trinidad & Tobago, with FREE access to content that enables them to start, grow and transform their businesses. Our aim is to empower, impact and establish the next generation of Business leaders within Trinidad & Tobago.
  • The Community Hub Corporation: Arts, tech, environment
  • Noviate Creative Labs Limited Noviate Creative Labs Ltd is a software development company that was launched in March 2014. We specialize in the design and development of web and mobile applications for businesses and organizations, across various industries.
  • National Integrated Business Incubator System: is a project developed by the Ministry of Labour and Small Enterprise Development (MOLSED); this programme is created to provide a unique mix of business development support, infrastructure, operational and financial assistance that will assist in the growth and success of new and existing micro and small enterprises (MSEs). Specifically, IBIS will assist MSEs by providing assistance in the areas of mentoring, infrastructural support, Information Technology, operational support, financing, as well as networking opportunities for access to local and foreign markets.

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