Over 70 local and regional entrepreneurs and innovators are currently benefiting from training in product and business development skills under the Caribbean Green Tech Start-up Boot camp.
The programme, which is an initiative of the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre (CCIC) aims to identify and support Caribbean entrepreneurs and new ventures that are developing locally appropriate solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The boot camp which started on Friday (February 26) is scheduled to be completed on February 28.
Participants are being exposed to the rudiments of developing a start up team and are being given advice on market access and marketing of their products.
They will also have the opportunity to network with peers and industry experts from the energy sector.
At the end of the 54 hour intensive boot camp, participants will be empowered with the skills and tools relevant to start sustainable and innovative, green technology businesses.
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