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Our Client, an international specialist in the
provision of professional Project Resource Services
to the oil & gas sector is seeking to award a contract
for an individual to complete a market assessment.
This involves evaluating the market for project
management services in T&T, identifying potential
clients through surveying the market, visiting clients,
understanding their needs and making an estimation of
the level of business each may generate. The consultant
will also assess upstream and midstream prospects
as well as competitive dynamics.
international project market and market for highly
consulting environment is required
cover letter in confidence to:
PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services Limited
PO Box 550
11-13 Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
© 2013 PricewaterhouseCoopers. All rights reserved. In this document, "PwC"
refers to PricewaterhouseCoopers Trinidad and Tobago rm, which is a member
rm of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, each member rm of
which is a seperate legal entity.
We are pleased to invite applications for
the award of Full/Partial Scholarships/Grants
to our Members including members currently
pursuing A' Level Programs.
1. Be a Member of the Credit Union for at least five (5) years.
2. Be in good standing at least five (5) years prior to the application for the scholarship.
3. The programme being pursued must satisfy the aims and objectives of the Credit Union.
4. Have Proof of acceptance by an accredited institution.
Applications would also be accepted for the award of Grants in the following category:
All applicants shall be given equal consideration based on the verification and validity of the
information submitted and their compliance with the qualifying conditions.
o Be a student of some educational/training institution registered with the ACTT.
o Provide documentary evidence of participation in a programme of study.
o Provide evidence of continuing studies to the Credit Union. Should the candidate
discontinue the programme the Credit Union must be notified.
Application forms are now available at our Head Office, #61 Tenth Street, Barataria and all
other Branches located at LP#903 Eastern Main Road Sangre Grande, 17-19 Irving Street San
Fernando and Mt. Marie Scarborough Tobago.
Application forms should be completed and submitted to any of our offices no later than
August 19th 2013. Late and incomplete applications will NOT be considered.
All applicants would be duly informed of the Scholarship Committee's decision.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT OUR:
HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT
61 10th Street Barataria
674-6514 / 0963 / 4681 / 675-1296 Ext 2248/2255 0718078
Jamaican technology experts have welcomed a
new crowd-funding site as a possible lifeline for
start-ups in the industry.
ISupportJamaica.com, recently launched by JN
Small Business Loans and its sister organisation JN
Foundation, is a crowd-financing platform for the
English-speaking Caribbean. It currently supports
charities and community-based organisations seeking
funding for projects.
Local tech entrepreneurs, researchers and bloggers,
see enormous possibilities for tech start-ups on this
"It holds a lot of possibility and opportunities for
the tech industry, especially for start-ups, once done
right," said Ingrid Riley, social media strategist and
founder of the non-profit tech entrepreneurship
"Entrepreneurs in the tech industry should see
how they can plug in a few projects for which funding
could be secured because funding is one of the key
things the industry really needs, without question.
And so, it would be great to test the tech industry
and tech groups on the portal," she said.
The local information and communication tech-
nology industry has been experiencing increased
growth in recent years. Internet access now stands
at about 55 per cent of the population and continues
to grow, according to Internet World Stats. And the
Planning Institute of Jamaica has noted that mobile
technology, with penetration levels of 98.4 per cent,
has inundated the market.
Saffrey Brown, general manager of JN Foundation,
noted that, beyond funding, there were opportunities
for persons to make linkages that can spur greater
ideas and spawn new and lucrative possibilities.
urged to use new
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