Business Service Intermediaries (BSIs)

The JVCapital (JVCP) works with all stakeholders who are interested in the growth and development of Jamaica’s ecosystem development. The following Business Service Intermediaries are some of the companies we work closely with.


Branson Entrepreneurship Centre

Branson Entrepreneurship The Branson Centre, Caribbean offers acceleration for entrepreneurs in the scale-up phase. Support in the development of entrepreneurs are offered through a combination of three core activities: (1) Training entrepreneurs to structure their business for growth; (2) Helping entrepreneurs overcome hurdles and avoid mistakes through our mentorship programme; and (3) Preparing entrepreneurs to capitalize on investment opportunities. Read more;



Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre (CCIC)

CCICThe Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre (CCIC) was launched in 2013, as a consortium jointly managed by two leading scientific institutions in the Caribbean - the Scientific Research Council (SRC) based in Kingston, Jamaica and the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) located in Trinidad and Tobago. CCIC is a part of InfoDev’s Climate Technology Programme (CTP) which focus on empowering developing countries to proactively and profitably adapt, develop and deploy climate smart (clean tech) technologies and business models. Read more



Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC)

JBDCThe Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) initiative is a cooperative arrangement among Government Agencies and the private sector, associations, academic and research communities. The JBDC team and board are comprised of experienced business people, an administrative team second-to-none, 30+ knowledgeable advisers and consultants and operating from a modern office/ training suite in 14 Camp Road, Kingston, Jamaica, Read more




Jamaica Manufacturers & Exporters Association (JMEA)

JMEAThe Jamaica Manufacturers & Exporters Association (JMEA) is Jamaica’s leading industry association, serving as the voice of exporters, manufacturers, service providers micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). The JMEA provides vital support to the industry through advocacy, strategic partnerships, export services, research, capacity building and access to finance. The Jamaica Manufacturers & Exporters Association (JMEA) remains instrumental in helping our local companies expand and export. Read more



Sisters' Ink

Sisters' InkSisters' Ink Jamaica Limited is an outfit borne out of a need to bridge the gaps in the entrepreneurship eco-system. The company’s mission is to provide local MSME’s and entrepreneurs with the necessary tools for personal and professional growth, expansion and eventually success. Through careful assessment of the entrepreneurship landscape, the company has designed services and partnered with private and Governmental institutions that help develop and build the capacity of local visionaries. The company is passionately about, believe that, small businesses and entrepreneurs are an essential part of national development. Read more


Technology Innovation Centre


The Technology Innovation Centre (TIC) was established in 2002 as a specialized unit of the Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics and Leadership (JDSEEL) of the College of Business and Management (COBAM), at the University of Technology, Jamaica. The TIC supports the growth and development of early stage, technology driven, and technology enabled companies in the residential programme as well as companies from other industries in the associate and virtual programmes. TIC holds the distinction of being the English-Speaking Caribbean’s first business incubator and is seen as a unique institution with a vision of making a positive difference in the business community. Read more