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Sun, Sea and Startups – The Story of Jamaica’s Startup Scene

March 10, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off on Sun, Sea and Startups – The Story of Jamaica’s Startup Scene»



This keynote presentation made by our Founder and Executive Dirctor Ingrid Riley at the inaugural Black Tech Week in Miami, February 23-28th, 2015 is all about the story of Jamaican Tech Entrepreneurship. While you had to be there to get the full effect of this story, we thought it would be good to publish it as a reference point for many. Sun, Sea and Startups ...

Our Founder Ingrid Riley was one of 5 women whose work was featured at TEDxBAW13 by Gary WhiteHill

December 09, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off on Our Founder Ingrid Riley was one of 5 women whose work was featured at TEDxBAW13 by Gary WhiteHill»



Our Founder and Executive Director Ingrid Riley was one of 5 women whose work was featured at the TEDxBAW13 by opening keynote speaker Gary WhiteHill-who is a serial tech entrepreneur, Founder of Entrepreneur Week, speaker and also on the advisory board of ConnectiMass. You can see archive tweets by searching for #TEDxBAW13.

ConnectiMass Founder Ingrid Riley is recognised as a “Game Changer”

November 28, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off on ConnectiMass Founder Ingrid Riley is recognised as a “Game Changer”»



Our Founder Ingrid Riley is recognised for her game changing leadership in driving tech entrepreneurship in Jamaica and across the Caribbean.  She has been named one of  the PSOJ/Jamaica Gleaner 50Under50 business leaders shaping Jamaica's future award. Her profile reads " KICK-STARTING Caribbean tech startups is the primary goal of Ingrid Riley's company, ConnectiMass. Founded in 2007 as a digital marketing agency that held tech events, the company evolved into a social venture that provides marketing, media, training, events and business development to current and aspiring tech entrepreneurs who want ...

Digital JAM 2.0 – Happy to be part of the Project. Two personal highlights.

July 05, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Blog,Company News   |   Comments Off on Digital JAM 2.0 – Happy to be part of the Project. Two personal highlights.»



by Ingrid Riley It's always great to see more initiatives emerging across the Caribbean that's geared to showcasing and rewarding existing tech talent as well as encouraging more individuals to come into the Tech industry as developers, entrepreneurs and professionals. DigitalJAM2.0 was one such initiative by the World Bank and Government of Jamaica. We were happy to be part of the team that help make it happen especially leading in the development of the first Open Data Sports Hackathon in the World, kinda fitting that it was held in Jamaica, Sprint Factory of the World. It will surely be ...

The Panel of Speakers at Kingston BETA June 21 Edition ( Pic)

June 26, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Blog   |   Comments Off on The Panel of Speakers at Kingston BETA June 21 Edition ( Pic)»



Photo: L- R: Matthew McNaughton, Co-founder Slashroots Developers Community; Khary Sharpe, Ceo of Bakari Digital; Ingrid Riley, Co-Founder/Host of Kingston BETA; Bevil Wooding, Internet Strategist/Founder of Bright Path Foundation ( Trinidad) ; Rodney Browne, Ceo of eCaribbean Ltd ( St Kitts) and Tony Eliasz, Head of Mobile Innovation and Entrepreneurship at InfoDev, World Bank Kingston BETA June 2012 Report here