Evolving Tecknologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited has refocused its mandate to reflect a new energetic, visionary role in the development of the modern economic zones (EZs) in Trinidad and Tobago. Our legacy spans over 11 years in industrial park development and management, of which we are proud...
e-Teck has a long-standing record as a property management and infrastructure development power-house. The refurbishment of the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre and transformation of the Hilton Tobago to the critically acclaimed Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort have maintained and sustained the economic viability of these 4-star hotels as modern, commercially viable spaces.
The new addressing standard is developed by the Universal Postal Union. Within this standard and will improve TTPost’s mail delivery by improving the quality of addresses nationwide, through the assignment of building numbers in a logical and sequential manner.
InvesTT Limited, the nation's first-line investment promotion agency, hosted a business luncheon titled “Growth Opportunities between Trinidad & Tobago and India” on Tuesday 31st January, 2012 at the National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA), with the aim of sharing investment opportunities for partnerships, trade and export with India as a result of the Prime Minister’s Sate visit to India earlier this month (January 4-17,2012).
On a State visit to India from January 2nd-14th 2012, Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is heading a party of 60 persons comprising State officials and leaders of State-owned enterprises to participate in bi-lateral discussions with the Government of India on issues of trade and business, economic growth, tertiary education, job creation, competitiveness and innovation, greater productivity and increased global trade.
Adache Group Architects was introduced to the construction and renovation project of Magdalena Grand Beach Resort in August 2011. e TecK currently oversees the construction and renovation of the hotel and new operator, efm Hospitality, will be focusing on the operations of the hotel. Adache will be providing Interior Design and Architectural assistance to the renovation team.
e TecK launched its first in a series of stakeholders meetings designed to share with key stakeholders in the Tourism and Hospitality sector of Tobago, Government’s proposed strategy for engagement of an investor/operator for the VHL Tobago Hotel and Spa.
Trinidad and Tobago has flourished under the nurturing arm of oil and gas production for the last century. But it must outgrow its dependence on these natural resources due to changes in the global economy. New technologies allow oil to be extracted from shale, ‘tight' sands and coal formations. Consumers and environmentalist lobby policy makers, with progressively greater success, to find and use more environmentally friendly sources of energy. With the demand for Trinidad and Tobago's oil and gas potentially on the decline, aggressive strategies are needed to safeguard this country's economic future. Many have repeatedly called on Trinidad and Tobago to move away from its reliance on a commodity-based economy and invest in developing a knowledge-based economy (KBE). Others contend, however, that it is not one or the other, but a mixture of both that is required.
Global companies, no matter the industry, are becoming more focused on data to drive their business. This operating approach, combined with the increase in amount of actual data being generated worldwide has created a greater demand for support services – from data management to storage. And research has shown that there is a growing trend among multinational companies to look beyond their home market for more efficient IT solutions. However, because information technology is the backbone of any business, from large technology giants like Google to smaller start-ups, these offshore sites must be of high quality and reliability. The data needs to be seamlessly accessible and safe.
Tamana InTech Park, the Caribbean's premier Science and Technology Park, comes alive later this year as the single most important initiative to date by Trinidad and Tobago in the quest to transform the national economy away from its historic dependence on oil and gas. As a home for technology -based and knowledge-based firms in the non-energy sector, the excitement over Tamana InTech Park as a key plank in Trinidad and Tobago's diversification strategy, is undoubtedly rising.
At first glance, the question may appear as rhetoric, but the angel being referred to is not a being with a halo and wings. Instead, these angels are high net worth entrepreneurs who usually seek to invest their own funds in private companies, typically at the seed or early stages. . They want to be involved with start-ups without the sleepless nights of start-ups. Many serve as active advisors or mentors for entrepreneurs and provide additional relationships to aid the business' growth. Angel investors typically look for companies with strong growth potential, solid management teams and sufficient information about related markets so their value can be reasonably assessed. Angel investing helps fuel the economy and creates new jobs. In the US and other developed markets, it is the largest source of capital for early stage entrepreneurs, and it is the most likely source of seed and early stage capital. Google, Amazon, Apple and Starbucks are some of the most well-known companies to start with angel investment funding.
The theme of the discourses could not be more poignant: "Securing our Citizens" Future by Promoting Human Prosperity, Energy Security and Environmental Sustainability - a topic with far reaching implications which impact on the younger generation heavily and will dictate the world that our children live in.e TecK Vice President, Wendy Fitzwilliam was one of the feature speakers at the Youth Forum and spoke on the topic ‘The Role of Young People in Business and Entrepreneurship.’ Her presentation focused on the role of youth in creating new business and highlighted e TecK’s role in developing new opportunities within Trinidad and Tobago (TT) and the rest of the region for young people wishing to start their own businesses.