Denel Florius among OECS Youth exploring new horizons in Denmark

For the first time, three youth entrepreneurs from the OECS pitched their business startups at the Creative Business Cup (CBC) in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Tamara Prosper from Grenada, Founder of Tambaran by Tamara
Kenna Questelles George from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Founder
of LinkUp

Representing the OECS were Kenna Questelles George from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Founder of LinkUp; Tamara Prosper from Grenada, Founder of Tambaran by Tamara; and Denell Floirus from Saint Lucia, Founder of EcoCarib

The three OECS startups were selected based on their success in recent pitch deck competitions such as the Caribbean Entrepreneurship Challenge (CEC), the Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre’s (CCIC) Green Tech Boot Camp and Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Program (CTEP). 

The CBC programme is an event intended to strengthen the attendees’ innovative capabilities and benefit their businesses. The programme hosted startups from over 60 participating countries at the global festival of creativity in Copenhagen from June 29 – July 2, 2019.

The CBC seeks to empower entrepreneurs and trend spotters with creative ideas to connect with investors and global markets, and compete for prizes in the global pitch competition.

Pitch competitions were conducted on the main stage, with the final two days focused on three (3) minute pitches from all participants. 

About the Creative Business Cup