L to R: Stephen Spence, Consultant, Arkitechs; Junior Mc Intyre, CTU CARCIP Programme Coordinator; Bernadette Lewis, Secretary General, CTU; Selby Wilson, Telecommunications Strategist, CTU; Mauro Miyake, OCP/SMC Lead Caribbean, Microsoft; Rafael Suarez- Cloud Specialist, Microsoft; and Lisette Hernandez, Territory Channel Manager, Microsoft.
OFFICIAL PHOTO OF THE 37TH EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Front row, l-r: Nigel Cassimire, CTU Secretariat; Diana Francis, St. Kitts and Nevis; Hon. Vincent Byron Jr.; St. Kitts and Nevis; Bernadette Lewis, CTU Secretariat; Hon. Melford Nicholas, Antigua and Barbuda; Anthony McMaster, British Virgin Islands. Second row, l-r: Bevil Wooding, ARIN; Michelle Garcia, CTU Secretariat; Roxanne John, St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Decima Corea, St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Wendy Jap a Joe, Suriname; Amicia Mussenden, St. Kitts and Nevis; Valeenee Wasimin, Suriname; Sonia Culmer, The Bahamas; Darryl Jackson, Antigua and Barbuda; Imi Chitterman, Grenada. Third row, l-r: Trevor Prevatt, CTU Secretariat; Selby Wilson, CTU Secretariat; Stephen Bereaux, The Bahamas; Ophelia Blanchard, St. Kitts and Nevis; Vaughn Hazell, Anguilla; Vance Lewis, British Virgin Islands; Clifford Bostic, Barbados; Jeremy Hodge, British Virgin Islands; Bennette Thomas, Dominica; Williams Ijeh, ITU.

PR/004/2017
CTU PRESS RELEASE

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (20th February 2017) – The Government of Antigua and Barbuda, in collaboration with the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), will be…

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PR/003/2017
CTU PRESS RELEASE

 Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (21st February 2017) – The rapid pace of innovation in information and communication technologies (ICT) is impacting every aspect of…

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PR/002/2017
CTU PRESS RELEASE

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (25thJanuary 2017)–Ms. Bernadette Lewis, Secretary General of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), made a call for strong collaboration among stakeholders…

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PR/001/2017
CTU PRESS RELEASE

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (20thJanuary 2017) – There are a growing number of persons with disabilities (PWDs) in the Caribbean. A study by the…

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Heads of Government welcomed and approved the Draft Roadmap for a Single ICT Space and commended the ICT cluster led by the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), the COTED,…

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The secretary general of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), Bernadette Lewis, addressed the 28th inter-sessional meeting of the conference of the heads of government of…

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Creating Caribbean futures: Why data infrastructure upgrades are the next step in regional evolution. Many Caribbean livelihoods are made and lost around seasonal fluctuations in foreigners’ travel. For much…

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With the relentless advancement of technology, new opportunities and challenges are constantly emerging with myriad impacts and potential impacts on market dynamics and on all stakeholders.

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The CTU also promotes coordination of ICT at the regional level, identifies and removes roadblocks to ICT development, keeps track of industry progress and responds to the needs…

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With strong relationships at the governmental and technical levels as well as with strategic partners, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) is well-placed to coordinate the projects necessary to…

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Through a variety of projects and initiatives, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) works with member states and stakeholders to develop the necessary skill sets to maximize the benefits…

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CTU membership is open to any Caribbean country, as well as any civil society or private sector organisation interested in contributing to and benefiting from the Union’s development…

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International delegates take a photo call at the Regional Radiocommunications Seminar for the Americas, organised by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), held…

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With the right mix of political will, technical expertise and private sector investment, the Caribbean has the potential to convert its digital assets into a real cultural dividend….

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