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Entrepreneurs to be empowered through online software tool
Academic institutions in the Caribbean will soon benefit from an innovative online entrepreneurial learning software, as Venture Highway of Columbus, Ohio, United States, recently collaborated with T&T’s CME Consulting Ltd to introduce its integrated learning tool to the region.
This initiative is indeed a major milestone, as students from Jamaica to T&T, will soon have access to the fundamentals of entrepreneurship using the same platform as students and faculty at the Ohio State University and Columbus College of Art and Design. The software is unique in that it provides an entrepreneurial foundation beyond traditional textbooks, logical sequencing of modules, simplicity and flexibility.
Kevin Gadd, Venture Highway’s chief executive officer, said: “We are eager to share our platform with Caribbean partners and glean insights into entrepreneurial behaviour and attitudes outside of the US.” Gadd is due to arrive in Trinidad next week to provide further insight on the use of this online learning platform.
Tertiary level institutions, business lecturers and other interested parties are advised to contact CME Consulting Ltd at 625-2263 or 729-9085 to schedule an introductory session.
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