Archive for January, 2014

The Next Kingston BETA Meetup is on Thursday February 27th, 2014!

January 24, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog,Company News   |   Comments Off on The Next Kingston BETA Meetup is on Thursday February 27th, 2014!»



Thursdays belong to @KINGSTON BETA! It's Time to step up to the mic and pitch! We at @CONNECTiMASS kick off our 2014 event series on Thursday February 27th 6 30pm at The Pegasus Hotel. $500jmd | #kgnbeta Want to Pitch your Tech related Idea/Startup?. Email Ingrid@connectimass.com with your name and a paragraph on your idea/startup. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, developer, college student or tech enthusiast, we want to see you at the next KINGSTON BETA MeetUp. And yes, this year marks the 7th anniversary of Kingston BETA. Over 50 events, 5000 attendees ...

NEWS: Wolmer’s teen takes on Tech Entrepreneurship

January 07, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off on NEWS: Wolmer’s teen takes on Tech Entrepreneurship»



EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD Wayne Dawkins is already taking the steps to realise his dreams of becoming one of Jamaica's tech entrepreneurs. The Wolmer's Boys' sixth former heeded the advice of one of his role models and was inspired to attend StartUp Weekend Jamaica recently. During that event, he was invited to join one the teams that would spend 54 hours to create the business model for a new Tech StartUp. Wayne and his new colleagues became Team PopUp Shop and ultimately earned third place in the StartUp Weekend Jamaica competition. Since then, Dawkins has been ...

Our Founder Ingrid Riley on the list of the Caribbean’s 25 Most Interesting people

January 02, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Blog,Company News   |   Comments Off on Our Founder Ingrid Riley on the list of the Caribbean’s 25 Most Interesting people»



It's really great to have our work recognised and our founder and champion for all things tech entrepreneurship in the Caribbean has been recognised once again and this time by CaribJournal.com. The Caribbean News Magazine  compiled a list of the Caribbean's 25 Most Interesting people based on those who were considered newsmakers for the year as well as those who made a difference in the region. CaribJournal wrote " One of the Caribbean’s best-known entrepreneurs, the Jamaican native is trying to help connect the region’s information and technology sector — and doing ...