Trinidad & Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited

Trinidad & Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited Trinidad & Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited is a wholly-owned State Enterprise under the purview of the Ministry of Trade & Industry.
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Dear Valued Stakeholders, The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, The Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing ...
01/09/2020
Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Workplace Response to COVID19

Dear Valued Stakeholders,
The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, The Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on the 29th September 2020, wherein it has reinstated the need for only essential businesses to remain physically open for the next 14 days. As such, CreativeTT in accordance with this directive will be closing our office to the public at #47 Long Circular Road, St. James on Monday 1st September 2020.

https://ecs.page.link/KWyUJ

Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Workplace Response to COVID19

Happy Independence Day from the CreativeTT family to yours!
31/08/2020

Happy Independence Day from the CreativeTT family to yours!

On behalf of CreativeTT and our subsidiaries (MusicTT, FilmTT & FashionTT), we would like to extend our congratulations ...
24/08/2020

On behalf of CreativeTT and our subsidiaries (MusicTT, FilmTT & FashionTT), we would like to extend our congratulations to Senator the Honourable Paula Gopee-Scoon on her reappointment as Minister of Trade And Industry Enterprise Development.
We look forward to the continued success and growth within the Creative Industries under her leadership.

A special thank you to all those who participated and to the facilitators at CARIRI for partnering with CreativeTT to ma...
11/08/2020

A special thank you to all those who participated and to the facilitators at CARIRI for partnering with CreativeTT to make this unique workshop a success!

CARIRI - The Caribbean Industrial Research Institute

Calling all female entrepreneurs! The Ministry of Trade and Industry in collaboration with exporTT Limited and the Inter...
04/08/2020

Calling all female entrepreneurs!
The Ministry of Trade and Industry in collaboration with exporTT Limited and the International TradeCentre will soon be launching the local Hub of the “SheTrades”

See flyer for more details and click on the link to register today- https://ecs.page.link/tr9tV

Ministry of Trade and Industry

💡 CreativeTT and CARIRI are pleased to announce that the Ideation Workshop, that was to take place in March 2020 but was...
22/07/2020

💡 CreativeTT and CARIRI are pleased to announce that the Ideation Workshop, that was to take place in March 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is on once again.

The workshop will now take place virtually via the Zoom platform on Tuesday 28th July 2020 from 9 am to 12 noon.

Register now at www.creativett.co.tt/workshop

Limited space is available. Apply now! Deadline: Sunday 26th July.

CARIRI - The Caribbean Industrial Research Institute
Ministry of Trade and Industry

Port-of-Spain: The Ministry of Community Development, Culture & the Arts is pleased to advise that Cabinet has approved ...
14/07/2020

Port-of-Spain: The Ministry of Community Development, Culture & the Arts is pleased to advise that Cabinet has approved a one-off payment of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) in financial assistance for artistes and creatives who lost income as a result of the global pandemic COVID -19. The grant is aimed at providing a measure of relief to artistes and creatives who have been affected by cancelled exhibitions, classes, conferences, workshops and other cultural events between March and December, 2020.

To be eligible for the grant, applicants should be:

Individuals involved in the Cultural Sector
Citizens of Trinidad and Tobago
Eighteen (18) years and over
Artistes in the areas of: Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Fine Arts, Craft
Persons who have not received any other COVID-19 related Salary Relief Government grant in Trinidad and Tobago.
To further assist our artistes and creatives, the rental cost of the national performance spaces under the remit of the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts will be reduced by fifty percent (50%) until December 2020. These include the National Academy for the Performing Arts, Southern Academy for the Performing Arts, Queen’s Hall and Naparima Bowl.

Cultural Relief Grant Application forms will be available nationwide from next week- further information will be made available to the public on where these can be accessed. The list of supporting documentation required for application will be posted on the Ministry’s website and FB page.

Queries can be made to [email protected] or persons can contact the MCDCA’s Grants Secretariat at 225-2322 ext. 5230/5226/5227/5228.

@culturecommunitt

Experience a safe and rewarding fair at Panama VirtualExpo 2020.The reach of a virtual fair can be greater than in face-...
08/07/2020

Experience a safe and rewarding fair at Panama VirtualExpo 2020.
The reach of a virtual fair can be greater than in face-to-face fairs.
Using the Internet as a means of communication also allows you to reach potential customers or
businesses with exciting products for whom visiting a fair is too expensive.
International participants can also visit the virtual fair quickly and easily.

Click on the link below for more info-
Propanamá | Feria virtual https://ecs.page.link/5Wur3

Port-of-Spain: The Ministry of Community Development, Culture & the Arts is pleased to advise that Cabinet has approved ...
03/07/2020

Port-of-Spain: The Ministry of Community Development, Culture & the Arts is pleased to advise that Cabinet has approved a one-off payment of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) in financial assistance for artistes and creatives who lost income as a result of the global pandemic COVID -19. The grant is aimed at providing a measure of relief to artistes and creatives who have been affected by cancelled exhibitions, classes, conferences, workshops and other cultural events between March and December, 2020.

To be eligible for the grant, applicants should be:

Individuals involved in the Cultural Sector
Citizens of Trinidad and Tobago
Eighteen (18) years and over
Artistes in the areas of: Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Fine Arts, Craft
Persons who have not received any other COVID-19 related Salary Relief Government grant in Trinidad and Tobago.
To further assist our artistes and creatives, the rental cost of the national performance spaces under the remit of the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts will be reduced by fifty percent (50%) until December 2020. These include the National Academy for the Performing Arts, Southern Academy for the Performing Arts, Queen’s Hall and Naparima Bowl.

Cultural Relief Grant Application forms will be available nationwide from next week- further information will be made available to the public on where these can be accessed. The list of supporting documentation required for application will be posted on the Ministry’s website and FB page.

Queries can be made to [email protected] or persons can contact the MCDCA’s Grants Secretariat at 225-2322 ext. 5230/5226/5227/5228.

@culturecommunitt

The Caribbean Development Bank's Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Fund (CIIF) is building a compendium of cul...
19/06/2020
CIIF Caribbean Creative and Cultural Industries Survey

The Caribbean Development Bank's Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Fund (CIIF) is building a compendium of cultural policies, practices, resources, and trends in the Caribbean. Be part of the journey by filling out the survey!

This survey is designed to community-source data about Creative and Cultural Industries in each of Caribbean Development Bank’s Borrowing Member Countries. We ask that you carefully read each question and provide answers that are factual and well-sourced. We estimate that it will take between 15-30 minutes to complete this survey, however, you don’t have to complete it in one sitting. You may save your answers and return to it at any time. The deadline to complete the survey is June 30, 2020 at 11:59pm Atlantic Standard Time.

Please click the link to complete this form.

Don't miss the digital showcase you been waiting for - Thrive Featuring 48 hours of international and local artist from ...
05/06/2020

Don't miss the digital showcase you been waiting for - Thrive

Featuring 48 hours of international and local artist from Friday 5th to Sun 7th June.

Click the link to join now - www.keepthrivein.com

are #iwillcre8 #keepthrivein @keepthrivein

Dear Valued Stakeholders,The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on Ma...
01/06/2020
Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Workplace Response to COVID19

Dear Valued Stakeholders,

The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on May 30th, 2020, wherein it has relaxed the stay at home order for non-essential businesses and the reopening of the public service. As such, CreativeTT in accordance with this directive will be opening our office to the public at #47 Long Circular Road, St. James on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020.

Click below for full statement.

Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Workplace Response to COVID19

🚨 It's Competition Time! 🚨"The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission invites interested and eligibl...
28/05/2020
The Trinidad and Tobago FILM Company

🚨 It's Competition Time! 🚨

"The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission invites interested and eligible entrepreneurs to participate in the inaugural Sustainable Development Movement (SDM) Business Model Competition.

The SDM Business Model Competition is positioned to strengthen the capacity of 30 high-growth-potential entrepreneurs to connect with global investors, coaches, mentors and business development support systems."

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission invites interested and eligible entrepreneurs to participate in the inaugural Sustainable Development Movement (SDM) Business Model Competition.

The SDM Business Model Competition is positioned to strengthen the capacity of 30 high-growth-potential entrepreneurs to connect with global investors, coaches, mentors and business development support systems.

Deadline is Friday 29th May, 2020.

🚨 Apply NOW! 🚨"Submissions are now open from eligible applicants residing in borrowing member countries of the Caribbean...
26/05/2020

🚨 Apply NOW! 🚨

"Submissions are now open from eligible applicants residing in borrowing member countries of the Caribbean Development Bank for a grant-funded project JAMPRO is executing to support the animation industry, in collaboration with partners in Trinidad and Barbados.

Please share this opportunity widely or consider applying, the deadline for both submissions is Friday 29 May at 6pm EST via [email protected]"

Submissions are now open from eligible applicants residing in borrowing member countries of the Caribbean Development Bank for a grant-funded project JAMPRO is executing to support the animation industry, in collaboration with partners in Trinidad and Barbados.

Please share this opportunity widely or consider applying, the deadline for both submissions is Friday 29 May at 6pm EST via [email protected]

Deadline extended to Monday 1st June 2020.

Animation Services (Company)
• Notice, TOR, and RFP available on JAMPRO website.
• Please note that this is for the production of the launch video. The full project will require greater engagement from studios. This is for the Initial Phase only. Once completed the Execution Phase will be opened.

Project Manager / Consultant
• Notice, TOR, and RFP available on JAMPRO website
• Please note that while the full scope of the project is up to 12 months and a Project Manager / Consultant is needed for the full duration - this RFP is for an initial assignment to complete the project design. This is for the Initial Phase only. Once completed the Execution Phase will be opened.

Questions prior to submission and up until Thursday 28 May at 10am EST can be directed to Tristan Alleyne - [email protected]

https://dobusinessjamaica.com/about-jampro/tender-invitations/

Caribbean Development Bank
22/05/2020

Caribbean Development Bank

In light of the loss of revenue by cultural and creative industry practitioners due to the effects of COVID-19, CDB has allocated USD100,000 in Emergency Relief Grants for the sector. Deadline is now May 31, 2020. For more details: http://ow.ly/CZFl50zKY9D

Vote today for you favourite MusicTT L.E.D. Spotlight artiste on IG @Musicoftt
20/05/2020

Vote today for you favourite MusicTT L.E.D. Spotlight artiste on IG @Musicoftt

Head on over to @Musicoftt Instagram page and vote, vote, VOTE!

Remember, you MUST follow the IG page for your vote to register.

Cre8 48 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSAre you interested in showcasing your musical talent, fashion show, or film ?Are you interes...
20/05/2020

Cre8 48 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Are you interested in showcasing your musical talent, fashion show, or film ?
Are you interested in hosting creative industries webinars/ workshops? ......All from a WORLD STAGE - with audiences from LA, Dubai, Geneva, Bali, the Caribbean and other parts of the world?

Yes? Then be sure to fill out the form at the link below to be a part of the 'Cre8 48' online showcase. Https://forms.gle/YjsHC9fjmJUGz9fS9

Deadline for submissions is - 4am AST 29th May, 2020.

For updates about Cre8 48 be sure to follow them on Facebook & Instagram @keepthrivein @iwillcre8

Dear Valued Stakeholders,The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on Ma...
12/05/2020
Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Emergency Response to COVID19

Dear Valued Stakeholders,

The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on May 9th, 2020, and has such announced a phased reopening the country as stated below-

Phase One: May 11th – 23rd, 2020 - The Stay-at-Home measures for non-essential workers will remain in place.

Click below for full statement.

Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Emergency Response to COVID19

🇹🇹 Let's do our part, submit what you think the Roadmap to Recovery should entail! 🇹🇹
06/05/2020

🇹🇹 Let's do our part, submit what you think the Roadmap to Recovery should entail! 🇹🇹

Your input is needed as we navigate our way to recovery, post COVID-19. Please submit what you think the Roadmap to Recovery should entail. The more of us who contribute, the more representative this national initiative will be🇹🇹.

To make your valued submission, please access the form at 👇🏾
https://roadmap2recovery.gov.tt/

#RoadMapToRecovery #iGovTT #ttConnect #HaveYourSay
Ministry of Communications Trinidad and Tobago

CreativeTT and FilmTT would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Family and friends of Mr Tony Hall on his pass...
28/04/2020

CreativeTT and FilmTT would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Family and friends of Mr Tony Hall on his passing Monday morning.

Mr Hall has contributed significantly to the development of Theatre in Trinidad and Tobago and played a key role as a director on TTFC’s Board, adding to the success and growth of the industry.

FilmTT Chairman, Dionne Mc Nicol Stephenson remarked, “He was a mentor to many in the theatre, playwright and film Industry, a very humble and giving person and will be greatly, greatly missed.”
May he rest in peace.

UPDATED 27-4-2020Dear Valued Stakeholders, The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a pr...
27/04/2020
Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Emergency Response to COVID19

UPDATED 27-4-2020

Dear Valued Stakeholders,
The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on April 25th , 2020, wherein it has extended the suspension of all non-essential services until May 15th, 2020. As such, CreativeTT in accordance with

Click below for Full Statement

Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Emergency Response to COVID19

Ministry of Trade and Industry
22/04/2020
Ministry of Trade and Industry

Ministry of Trade and Industry

Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers' Association and Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries is conducting a joint survey assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your business.

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. The deadline to complete the survey is Thursday April 23rd, 2020.

We appreciate your feedback.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/COVID19EconomicImpact

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has launched a Cultural and Creative Industries Emergency Relief Grant to assist pr...
21/04/2020
CIIF Emergency Relief Grant Call | Caribbean Development Bank

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has launched a Cultural and Creative Industries Emergency Relief Grant to assist practitioners who are experiencing loss of income due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, USD 50,000 for the Music sub-sector and USD 50,000 for the Festivals and Carnivals sub-sector. See link below for more info.

CIIF Emergency Relief Grant Call Summary In light of the loss of revenue by CI practitioners due to the effects of COVID-19, CDB has allocated USD 50,000 for the Music sub-sector and USD 50,000 for the Festivals and Carnivals sub-sector for CIIF Emergency Relief Grants. This grant is targeted at CI....

09/04/2020
Ministry of Trade and Industry

CreativeTT joins The Ministry of Trade and Industry in extending our gratitude to the to all those heroes working on the front line to help flatten the curb.

We are committed in doing what we can to ensure the Creativity of our people shine though! #MusicTT#FashionTT#FilmTT

The Ministry of Trade and Industry joins the national community in showing appreciation to all our front line heroes as they stand selflessly in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

We applaud and appreciate your individual and collective commitment and contributions. Together we will flatten the curve and beat this pandemic!
#stayhome #staysafe #siq

Dear Valued Stakeholders,The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on Ma...
27/03/2020
Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited (CreativeTT) Emergency Response to COVID19

Dear Valued Stakeholders,

The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, Office of the Prime Minister held a press briefing on March 27, 2020, wherein a suspension of all non-essential services will be implemented from March 30, 2020 until April 15, 2020 (in the first instance). As such, we at CreativeTT, in accordance with this directive, will be temporarily closing our office at #47 Long Circular Road, St. James.

We have taken the necessary steps to ensure business continuity to serve our stakeholders remotely through our digital communication tools and call forwarding mechanisms. Our Management team will ensure availability via email and social media channels for our continued operations (listed below). Please visit our social media pages for the updates regarding our online initiatives.

Click below for more.

CreativeTT Emergency Response to COVID19

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47 Long Circular Road, St James
Port Of Spain

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Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00

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We are continuing with our highly successful Masters of Industry Lunch N' Learn Series 2017 with Simon Baptiste of Question Mark Entertainment Many people know Simon as the one half of the dynamic duo that has single-handedly managed Kes The Band to its international success as well as faithfully produced the annual DeciBel festival which is now an internationally successful entertainment vanguard for the region. What is less known is Simon's tireless work to revolutionize and support the regional creative arts ecosystem. Simon in a visionary in the field who continues to work at the very boundaries of the space. Simon's lunch will revolve around the theme of "Entrepreneurship in an Undeveloped Industry" and it will examine his amazing journey of developing a hugely successful business entirely from scratch and in a space that itself is still in its infancy. If you want to understand how to face adversity and constant challenge and still win, this is the guy to talk to.... Price: TT$220 + VAT To register please email Cheryl Lyn Kurban at [email protected]