U.S. Embassy Bridgetown has announced the winner of its STEM Video Competition- The winner is The St. Vincent is the St. Vincent Girls’ High School.
The contest, which was open to all secondary school students in St. Vincent and the Grenadines over the age of 13, required students to produce a short video explaining why STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — is important in their community. The contest supported the U.S. Embassy’s goal of promoting STEM education as a driver of sustainable economic growth, and as a means to foster innovation and empower youth.
Digicel has launched the latest and hottest smartphones from Samsung’s Galaxy flagship line, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. These smartphones push the boundaries of traditional devices with their seamless hardware design and variety of new service offerings.
A technology incubation programme that provides business support services for young entrepreneurs in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and Haiti is open for applications. The Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP) is an initiative of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the World Bank Group in partnership with the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre. It tailors support for participants according to the stage at which the entrepreneur or firm is currently operating.
Left to Right – Board member Alex Tasker, Digicel Barbados CEO Conor Looney and Board member Barry O’Brien.
Digicel (Barbados) Limited has announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors. They are former Commercial Director, Alex Tasker and former CEO, Barry O’Brien.
CHIEF Executive Officer (CEO) of Digicel (Barbados) Limited., Johnny Ingle, will be leaving the business after eight years with the telecommunications giant. The announcement has come six months after Ingle took the helm of Digicel Barbados in June of this year.
Digicel is making it easier and more affordable to own a smartphone with the launch of its new trade-in programme which offers customers the best value by giving them a chance to turn in their used or defective handsets and receive credit towards the purchase of a brand new one.
Cable and Wireless Communications (C&W) has begun to test drone technology that would help expedite network and connectivity restoration in the aftermath of natural disasters such as a hurricane or a tropical storm.
Digicel Barbados CEO Mark Linehan signing the MOU for Barbados’ Internet Exchange Point (IXP), while Legal Counsel for Digicel Nadia Alleyne, looks on.
Digicel has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to become a member of the Barbados Internet Exchange Point (IXP).