Entrepreneurship for Caribbean Students

Entrepreneurship for Caribbean Students

Level: Post Secondary

Series Title: Entrepreneurship for Caribbean Students

Subject: Entrepreneurship

ISBN: 978 976 637 884 4

Pages: 164

Age Group: 15 - 18 years

Published: 2014

Entrepreneurship for Caribbean Students is an essential textbook for both students and teachers of CAPE Entrepreneurship. Arranged according to the syllabus, this textbook facilitates an organic learning as well as teaching experience. A careful study of this text will enable students to master all the subject areas covered in the two units and three modules of the syllabus. Areas such as the growth of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship in the Caribbean, social entrepreneurship, e-commerce and business ventures will be discussed in a clear, easy-to-read language that forgoes the jargon that plague most business texts.


Franklyn Gittens
Franklyn Gittens is a Senior Business Development Officer with the National Entrepreneurship Development Company Ltd.
Paul Pounder
Paul Pounder is known in the Caribbean region for his research
Denis Mitchell
Denis Mitchell is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and has a postgraduate Diploma - International Relations
Keith McDonald
Keith McDonald is the Academic Head of the School of Higher Education Ltd in Trinidad and Tobago
Kadamawe Knife
is the director of the office of social entrepreneurship and co-ordinator of the BSc in Management and Entrepreneurship Option
Mauvalyn Bowen
Dr Mauvalyn Bowen is an Assistant Professor in the Forbes School of Business at Ashford University. She teaches courses in Entrepreneurship
Lystra Stephens-James
is Dean at Holy Faith Convent, Couva and a part-time lecturer at School of Higher Education, Trinidad. She is the holder of an MBA - Entrepreneurship and Business Venturing (University of Stirling, Scotland), and a BA - Business Administration and Diplomas in Business Management and Accounting (Canada); and is the co-author of two textbooks, CAPE Accounting and Principles of Accounts for Caribbean Examinations
Cuthbert C. Joseph
is a teacher of Business and has been engaged in entrepreneurship training for a decade

Key Features

Objectives and learning outcomes at the start of each chapter

  • Simple definitions of key terms and concepts

  • Review and discussion questions

  • Guidance for both students and teachers on completing the School Based Assessment

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