BLOOM Cleantech Cluster Barbados

Wind turbines. Image: Robert R. Gigliotti

The BLOOM Cleantech Cluster Barbados is inviting applications to its business incubation and pre-incubation programmes, with a focus on renewable energy and energy efficiency.

BLOOM is a national, sustainable energy and climate technology cluster based in Barbados, with a regional and international focus. 

BLOOM coordinates and provides business advisory services for its members in project financing, market research, innovation management and product commercialization. BLOOM also provides individual coaching and financial support for the innovative startups and entrepreneurs as a part of our business incubator runway program.

Our vision is to make the green-tech industry an important value-creating pillar of the Barbadian transition towards a vibrant and diversified island economy. 

Our mission is to develop a highly competent ecosystem for sustainable energy companies by providing Cluster members access to high quality business intelligence, matchmaking and business incubation services.

The BLOOM Barbados Cluster is an initiative of the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation in partnership with the Barbados Ministry of International Business and Industry and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).

For more information about BLOOM and details of how to apply to the business incubator programmes, visit the BLOOM website. The application deadline is July 10, 2020.

[Image: Robert R Gigliotti]

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