Registration is open to candidates from all Caribbean Countries
About the Event / Enhancing Caribbean Innovation
CANTO and their partners continue to serve Caribbean Youth by providing a platform dedicated for the advancement of our future Caribbean innovators and leaders. This year’s competition will take the form of a Virtual Hackathon and Pre Accelerator which will provide a unique opportunity for leading Caribbean software designers, developers, entrepreneurs and innovators to represent their country by working together to develop a pre-identified business solution. This event is designed to engage the Caribbean youth, both local and abroad, in stimulating Caribbean tech start-ups to gain exposure, provide expert advice on business development, and participate in CANTO’s 33rd Conference and Trade Exhibition in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The event promises to provide a fun, exciting and interactive experience that will not only captivate the minds of the Caribbean youth but also provide excellent networking opportunities. This is our 3rd year partnering with CANTO and DSS with two successful events CANTO CODE 1.0 and CANTO CODE 2.0 we plan to make this year's event bigger and better as we move forward together Enhancing Caribbean Innovation. See you in Punta Cana
Frequently Asked Questions / All you need to know
Apply via the PIEDATA website.
Each team is allowed 3 participants. Please note that not all team members are required to code. For more information please reach out directly.
A growth-hackathon is about identifying the most valuable action items you can do for your product – and creating a list around them for super easy implementation and knocking them out one by one in a concealed time block. It's about practically applying the 80/20 principle, setting up as much automation and delegation as possible
The objective is to move quickly through the process from startup idea to viable business through customer validation. The Pre-Accelerator lays the framework for early-stage entrepreneurs to learn how to execute on their idea.
Caribbean Organized Developers and Entrepreneurs