OPENING REMARKS SPEAKERS’ BIOS
AWARDS: USD100,000 to USD400,000 intechnical assistance grants. Call for tourism or agri-tourism clusters to increase spending on community-based experiences and sustainable food chains, with $400,000
Block-chain has the potential to combine dimensions of digital identity like never before. Not only aggregating alternative information, block-chain maximizes frictionless transactions, security, and individual
Building Institutional Capacity for Strengthening Business Clusters; Call for Applications Extended to September 15th, 2017
If your mandate is to foster the productivity and growth of micro, small, or medium enterprises (MSMEs), you may be interested in supporting business clusters.
The low level of innovation in the Caribbean is a constraint to the region’s economic growth, and technological change represents a key factor in increasing
November 23 , 2016 –Compete Caribbean’s final event in its three-day long celebration and dialog was the climax of the Mediathon at the IDB Barbados
Media Release November 22, 2016 Compete Caribbean host regional dialogue on competitiveness The Compete Caribbean Regional Dialogue held at Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre on Tuesday
Media Release November 21, 2016 Compete Caribbean celebrates end of Phase 1 Compete Caribbean today hosted a ceremony at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre for
Will Trinidad & Tobago’s energy services suppliers outlast the country’s energy supply? This was one of the questions posed to the participants of the Joint
Strategic Regional Dialogue on Private Sector Development in the Caribbean and the Compete Caribbean Regional Consultative Forum
The first Compete Caribbean Regional Consultative Forum (RCF) and Strategic Regional Dialogue on Private Sector Development in the Caribbean was held on April 8th and 9th, 2013 at the Cave Hill School of Business, the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill campus), Barbados.