Following the opening of the Finals AgriHack Talent Caribbean, presentations are held to inspire and raise the knowledge of developers on
- the case study of a young Jamaican start-up called AgroCentral, presented by its young CEO Jermaine Henry
- the theme "Farmers and ICTs: issues relating to access to free and paid agriculture information, Q&A" by Peter Thompson, from the Rural Agriculture Development Authority (RADA), from Jamaica
- on the theme "Why ICT is Crucial for the Caribbean Agricultural Industry", by Atiba Phillips, Chairman, The Community Hub Corporation (Trinidad and Tobago)
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The youngest developer from Trinidad is 14 years old.
In total, we have about 40 participants from various Caribbean countries, including Mentors, Speakers, Judges, nine ICT hubs and eight national winning teams who will be competing for the regional cash prizes and several months of incubation. Winners to be announced on Thursday 9th October at the CWA. Countries of competing teams are: Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, St Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, Suriname.