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CARIBBEAN: Female entrepreneurs win PitchIT challenge

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CARIBBEAN 360 – Five female entrepreneurs each won US$5,000 in seed funding, a place in a PitchIt Caribbean accelerator programme and participation in an international pitching competition, after winning the PitchIt Caribbean Challenge held in Trinidad this month.

Kelly-Ann Bethel of SKED and Ayana St. Louis of D Carnival Scene, both from Trinidad and Tobago; Jamaicans Monique Powell of QuickPlate and Danielle Tait of The Interview; and Nerissa Golden of IndeTours in Montserrat, emerged the best among 25 Caribbean entrepreneurs who took part in the challenge which brought together Caribbean App developers and Tech Startup for a two-day bootcamp training session and two-day Pitch competition.

PitchIT Caribbean is a programme aimed at enhancing the mobile app development ecosystem across CARICOM. It is designed to accelerate mobile app entrepreneurs through the startup life cycle, which runs from ideation to pitch, from pitch to market and from market to maturity.

READ MORE: http://www.caribbean360.com/business/trinidadian-tech-entrepreneur-wins-pitchit-caribbean-challenge 


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