THE business incubator/accelerator programme, Start-Up Jamaica (SUJ), is helping young technology entrepreneurs to develop innovative products and services for the local and international markets.
An initiative of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (MSTEM), the programme was launched in June 2014 and staged its first boot camp in September of the same year.
Chief etrepreneurship officer of SUJ, Mark Hugh Sam, said that the start-ups that participated in the boot camp focused on aggressive product development and sales strategies to get their business ideas to a point where the proposed product or service is commercially viable, prior to seeking investment.
Published in the Observer
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