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About the CTU

The Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) is an inter-governmental organisation dedicated to supporting the development of the Caribbean information and communications technologies (ICT) sector.

Guiding Principles

The CTU operates on principles of integrity, transparency and accountability and is committed to the standards of excellence in the execution of its work.

Become a Member

The CTU recognises that realising the goals of functional Caribbean integration enabled by ICT requires the commitment and collaboration of many diverse stakeholders. We invite you to join us in Shaping Caribbean Communications as a member of the CTU.

Upcoming Events

4th Caribbean ICT Collaboration Forum

Event Information 4th Caribbean ICT Collaboration Forum Overview 4th Caribbean ICT Collaboration Forum Provisional Agenda Information for Participants Registration (Due to the numbers already registered, registration is now closed.) Hotel Booking Link: Caribbean Telecommunications Union After Dark and Trini Dinner (US$50.00) Presentations for Download Day 1 Time Activity Presenter 08:00 Registration 08:30 OPENING SESSION Moderator: […]

Capacity Caribbean 2020

Now in its 14th year Capacity Caribbean will return to San Juan, Puerto Rico between 11-12 February 2020. Capacity Caribbean will bring together the industry leaders of the region, promote the development of existing partnerships and provide the chance to explore new business opportunities. The event will also host informative sessions designed to encourage discussion […]

News & Articles

Huawei Powers State-of-the-Art Innovation Lab at UWI

[Port of Spain, Trinidad, September 28, 2019] Global technology giant Huawei has donated over $13 million (US$2 million) in equipment for a state-of-the-art innovation lab at UWI, St Augustine that could see T&T-designed tech products emerging on the world stage. Officially named the “bmobile-UWI Innovation Lab powered by Huawei,” representatives of all three organisations were […]


CTU PRESS RELEASE Paramaribo, Suriname (10th September 2019) – Following its successful launch of Caribbean FutureScape in April 2019, the CTU is taking its technology immersion roadshow to Suriname. Caribbean FutureScape visitors – citizens, will experience how technology may be effectively applied to everyday activities in Caribbean life and the possibilities for an exciting future […]


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