No great thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.”- Epictetus

Board Members

Mr. Nicholas Lok Jack

Executive Director
Associated Brands Industries Limited (ABIL)

Nicholas Lok Jack is Executive Director of Associated Brands (Investments) Limited, a holding company consisting of six (6) Manufacturing Companies four (4) which are located in Trinidad & Tobago and two (2) which are located in Malta in the European Union. Associated Brands Investments Limited is one of the largest Privately Owned Businesses in the Caribbean and a major player in the dynamic food industry. Mr. Lok Jack also serves as a Non Executive Director of Guardian Life of the Caribbean, Guardian Asset Management Limited and Guardian General Insurance Limited, all subsidiaries of Guardian Holdings Limited.

Mr. Anthony Rahael

RHL Group of Companies

Anthony M. Rahael has a distinguished career in the field of business. He is currently the Group Chief Executive Officer of RHL Group of Companies which includes: Rahael Holdings Limited, Rahael Holdings Trinidad Limited, Broadway Properties Limited, Amera Caribbean Development Limited, Trinity Housing Limited, Endeavour Holdings Limited and Aerogas Processors Limited. Due to his business acumen, Mr. Rahael has served, and continues to serve organizations in both the private and public sectors, in matters of strategy formulation and policy implementation with specific emphasis on enterprise development.

Mr. Dave Ramkissoon

Executive Chairman
Electrical Industries Limited

Dave Ramkissoon is Executive Chairman of the EIL Group of Companies, a Director of the TTMA, Quicksilver Convenience Limited, as well as several private companies and charities.

The EIL Group comprises 20 companies throughout the Caribbean and is involved in the manufacture and distribution of electrical wire and cable, lighting fixtures as well as PVC pipes, containers and tanks.

Dave began his career as an ‘office boy’, leaving this job to start a successful electrical distribution business; a trail of acquisitions followed, beginning with Trinidad Cables Ltd. in 1987, then Electrical Industries Ltd. from the Neal and Massy Group in 1997, the assets of Agos Manufacturing in 2009 and most recently Century Eslon in 2011. EIL is now the largest manufacturing group in the Caribbean electrical wire and cable, switchgear, PVC pipe and lighting fixture markets.

Mr. Lorcan Camps

Chief Revenue Officer
StreaMe LLC

Lorcan Camps was the former CEO and co-owner of Port of Spain based InfoTech Caribbean Limited.

Mr. Camps has worked and run successful businesses in the UK, Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad and worked on multiple projects in the US. He is currently the CEO of Infotech Caribbean Limited and Resonance Caribbean Limited. He also serves as a Director on the Board of Guardian Asset Management, Guardian Media Limited and Inova Solutions. Mr. Camps is the holder of an MSc in Information Systems from Westminster University in England.

In addition to this, Mr. Camps was the winner of The Energy Chamber’s Pinnacle Award for Excellence in IT (1999), a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Award (2003), winner of the ICTS award for Contribution and Innovation in Advancement of IT in Trinidad and Tobago (2006) and most recently the Excellence in Service Awards for Best Use of Innovation in Services (2011).

Mrs. Cristina Bermudez Lucky

Sales Manager/Group Business
Pan-American Life Insurance Group

Cristina Bermudez Lucky has worked as a Business Development Lead at Global Financial Brokers Limited and was previously the Clients & Industries Coordinator at Deloitte. She has over 4 years of experience in Marketing, Market Research, Communications, Brand Management, Agribusiness, Extension and Agricultural Research.

Her time at Deloitte, and prior experience have afforded her a general understanding of all major industries in Trinidad & Tobago and in-depth insight into the Public Sector, Agriculture Sector and Retail & Distribution. She has brought to Deloitte expertise in Corporate Brand Management, Event Management, Communications and Business Development.

Cristina holds a BSc in Agribusiness Management from the University of the West Indies, a Diploma in Public Relations, a certificate in Innovation & Entrepreneurship from the University of Shanghai (China) and is currently completing a Masters of Marketing at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business.

Why Business Incubator ?

  • Mentorship is a critical component in the success of start-up firms.
  • Early entrepreneurial engagement (entrepreneurs supporting other entrepreneurs) is very beneficial
  • It is important to have very aggressive funding efforts within a 5 year horizon.
  • It is vital to have the strategic impact of alliances in the early phase of growth

Key Partners

Angel Investors

New Partners