• trinidad not only sun, sand and sea but business too

    A bastion of culture ripe for investment

    Posted 22 April 2014 12:00 AM by Investt

    The sun rises on Port-of-Spain, music blares from loud speakers atop large trucks and, from South Quay to upper Frederick Street to Ariapita Avenue, thousands of masqueraders and partygoers, some barely covered, jump, chip, and “wine" — there’s nothing skittish about this dancing — for two whole days. After this, Lent. Trinidad and Tobago, known the world over for this dazzling annual Carnival, is home to a broader, thriving cultural scene.

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    John Legend, Keyshia Cole among stars to headline Tobago Jazz show

    Posted 11 March 2014 12:00 AM by Investt

    Tobago will be jiving to the rhythmic beat of percussion and melodic cry of the saxophone when the third annual Tobago Jazz Experience opens on April 19. Thousands of domestic and international visitors will convene on the paradisal island of Tobago over nine days to experience the best of local and international jazz-inspired music.

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  • trinidad and tobago for business, pleasure and life

    Invest in Trinidad and Tobago: Great location, great for business

    Posted 12 February 2014 12:00 AM by Investt

    How exactly does this small Caribbean country continue to drum up talk-of-the-town returns on investment? What makes Trinidad and Tobago so great for business? Why should you move here? The answers in the next 7 minutes.

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  • bunji highlights trinidad living

    A random, mini-party in the capital? Yes, this is Trinidad and you're all invited

    Posted 6 February 2014 12:00 AM by Investt

    In sweltering heat last Friday afternoon, on Independence Square in downtown Port-of-Spain, near the statue of Arthur Andrew Cipriani who, after fighting in World War 1, returned to serve in politics and lead the labour movement, a production crew loaded a piano on the promenade and threw a party. This is Trinidad: work hard, party hard.

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    “Home Again” a successful investment story

    Posted 7 May 2013 12:00 AM by Investt

    “Home Again,” the 2013 independent film about life after deportation, is a recent example of a successful Trinidad and Tobago investment story. The project was filmed on location in Trinidad by Canadian filmmakers Sudz Sutherland and Jennifer Holness, despite being largely set in Jamaica.

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  • digital cinema trinidad

    Los Angeles company announces digital cinema investment for the Caribbean

    Posted 1 November 2012 12:00 AM by Investt

    Trinidad and Tobago has been selected for digital cinema investment by Los Angeles-based Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corp. The announcement marks the company’s first large-scale international digital cinema deployment outside of continental US and Canada.

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    Trinidad animated about business opportunities in creative sector

    Posted 29 October 2012 12:00 AM by Investt

    The Animae Caribe Animation and Digital Media Festival, set to take place from Oct. 31 to Nov. 5, will showcase Trinidad as a creative centre. The event is being sponsored by invesTT. 

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