The CCIC supports early stage entrepreneurs across the Caribbean. Our areas of concentration are (a) water management (b) sustainable agriculture (c) energy efficiency (d) solar energy and (e) resource use efficiency. For more information on the CCIC, please visit our website at www.caribbeancic.org.
Any Technology/business solution that is considered environmentally friendly based on its production process or supply chain.
This is an intense 54 hour weekend event. In which entrepreneurs are empowered with the skills and tools relevant to start a sustainable business. Individuals may come with and pitch a startup idea that can address the problems caused by climate change or attend the idea generation session to pick up ideas from industry experts. For more information on the CCIC, please visit our website at www.caribbeancic.org.
The CGS bootcamp commences Friday, May 20th at 5pm until Sunday, May 22nd
Center for Enterprise Development, Innovation Avenue, Freeport,
Three Awards will be allotted for the best idea pitch
1st: TTD$ 6500
2nd: TTD$ 3500
3rd: TTD$ 1500
Free entry to the upcoming Business Accelerator Programme. (The winner will move on to the accelerator programme where they will be provided with funding for certain expenditures and further assistance to develop their business).
YES. If you have any issues, please contact
Mrs. Aura Watson-Bereaux
Center for Enterprise Development Innovation Avenue, Freeport, Trinidad
Telephone: (868) 299-0209
Entrepreneurs, business enthusiasts, university students, graduates, engineers, developers, people in agriculture, science and technology fields. Marketing gurus, among others.
A ‘pre- bootcamp’ event
An environment that will help participants create ideas for the bootcamp.
Talks on actionable market problems by top leaders in the climate space, hence providing a better understanding of business opportunities in clean tech/green tech and how potential entrepreneurs can get their feet in the door with buyers.
Provide potential bootcamp participants with a better understanding of the real technology/project problems related to environmentally-friendly technology/solutions
Help participants to have a better appreciation about what is a startup and what needs to be focused on when creating a startup as well as understanding startup terminologies, methods, processes and metrics.
Thursday, April 7th, 2016.
Centre for Enterprise Development (CED) Innovation Avenue. Freeport, Trinidad and Tobago.
No you don't have to print anything before coming; we will have all your information available.
How to contact the CCIC?
LinkedIn: Caribbean Climate Innovation Center
Address: Scientific Research Council Admin Building
Hope Gardens Complex, Kingston 6, Jamaica.