Create an enabling environment for Entrepreneurship

We provide networking, training and shared knowledge about business best practices.

About Us

The Entrepreneurship Hub (E-Hub) is a non-profit organization that is a collaborative effort with the US Embassy, members of YLAI Young Leaders of America Initiative and other US program Alumni. The E-Hub seeks to create an enabling environment for entrepreneurship within Trinidad and Tobago (T&T).

Its primary task is to become an entrepreneurship community that promotes collaboration, consensus building and shared knowledge about business best practices.

This will be achieved by creating an effective platform for networking, training, and policy improvements to positively impact the community by promoting employment, economic growth, and opportunities.

Small Business Workshop Series

Join us in our Workshop Series that focuses on addressing common challenges faced by small businesses in Trinidad & Tobago.

Register below to join us for the fourth workshop Fundamentals of Personal Money Management on Thursday, February 22nd 2024 from 9am to 11am in person at the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation Council Hall and online via Zoom.

We execute projects that promote an enabling environment for entrepreneurship.

Mapping the Social Entrepreneurial Landscape is a U.S. Embassy Port of Spain grant funded project which aims to

  • Create an online platform for entrepreneurs by developing a website.
  • Identify, catalog, and convene, 100+ Social Entrepreneurship (SE) organizations in Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Increase awareness of the EHub presence and resources in the T&T entrepreneurial community.

Mapping the Social Entrepreneurial Landscape allowed for the capture of vital data to be used in supporting and encouraging these social endeavors.

Don’t wait for change…Create it!

In partnership with the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain

[The views expressed by The Entrepreneurship Hub do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain]
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