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TTCB/Bmobile grads given keys to success


THE latest batch of inductees in the TT Cricket Board/Bmobile Cricket Academy was recently gifted with what has been described as "the most impactful and life-transforming concept" which has proven to key to the success for many around the world. The words of wisdom were given by Amanda Reifer, head of the Cave Hill Academy of Sport in the newly established Faculty of Sport in Barbados. A holder of a BSc and MSc Degrees in Management Studies, Reifer was speaking at the graduation ceremony of the annual cricket academy on Saturday at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy at Tarouba.

Stephon Nicholas

Ronald Walcott: Job cuts essential to TSTT’s survival

Daily Express

AROUND this time last year the future of majority state-owned telecoms provider, TSTT hung in a balance. According TSTT chief executive, Dr Ronald Walcott, the company was heading into financial ruin because of the way it was structured. It was practically a loss-making entity. Profit was down by $479 million for the six months ended September 2018, the annual wage bill stood at $768 million or around 30 per cent of revenue, TSTT’s debt burden was $1.8 billion and it had an annual operating loss of $32.5 million.

Leah Sorias

Eighteen cricketers graduate Youth Academy


EIGHTEEN of TT’s most promising young cricketers received their certificates of graduation following 12 intensive weeks of training, at the 2019 bmobile/TT Cricket Board (TTCB) Youth Academy, which concluded at the National Cricket Centre, Couva, on Saturday. In a press release issued by the TTCB, these young men have been preparing tirelessly to not only become better cricketers, but also to instil in themselves the rudiments of sound moral and ethical character, patriotism and discipline.

Christmas presence: TSTT wraps Savannah with free WiFi


TSTT’S bmobile brand launched a new, free WiFi network at the Queen’s Park Savannah this evening. The company ran 25 kilometres of fiber and installed 58 wireless access points to build the wireless mesh, which was implemented in partnership with Huawei.

Mark Lyndersay

Free public Wifi, solar power for QPS


FREE public Wi-Fi and solar power for the Grandstand, Queen's Park Savannah are two of the elements to help turn Port of Spain into a "smart city," said Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte. He was speaking on Thursday night at the launch of TSTT's free public Wi-Fi at Queen's Park Savannah West.

Julien Neaves

TSTT Makes A Turnaround

Sunday Guardian

Af­ter send­ing home over 500 em­ploy­ees last year in a re­struc­tur­ing ex­er­cise, TSTT has re­turned to growth and it’s CEO Dr Ronald Wal­cott says the com­pa­ny is prof­itable once again. ​ In an in­ter­view with the Sun­day Busi­ness Guardian, Wal­cott said the com­pa­ny has made a sig­nif­i­cant turn­around. “We are a year on from where we’ve made some fun­da­men­tal trans­for­ma­tion ini­tia­tives. As of Oc­to­ber, the com­pa­ny’s op­er­at­ing prof­it is in ex­cess of $160 mil­lion. So we’ve made a sig­nif­i­cant turn­around in the or­gan­i­sa­tion,” Wal­cott said.

Kyron Regis