"It was natural for Keystone to support Caribbean Beta because technology has changed the way entrepreneurship works. You can be based anywhere and tap into solid markets." - David Mullings
(PRWEB) November 25, 2011
Keystone Augusta, a private investment firm and associate company of The RMP Group is one of the major sponsors of Caribbean Beta, a technology entrepreneurship conference being held in Kingston, Jamaica on Friday, November 25.
Caribbean Beta, an initiative of Ingrid Riley, will be featuring presentations by tech legend Marc Canter and a host of US and Caribbean-based entrepreneurs and investors.
David Mullings, a Managing Partner with Keystone Augusta and a Business Development Manager with The RMP Group will be interviewed on stage at the conference about opportunities he sees, raising capital from investors, areas of interest and advice based on his experience with Random Media, the integrated media company he co-founded with his brother Robert that is an approved iOS developer and distributor of eBooks for the Amazon Kindle and Apple iBooks stores.
"It was natural for Keystone to support Caribbean Beta because technology has changed the way entrepreneurship works. You can be based anywhere and tap into solid markets. I look forward to sharing of experiences of negotiating with companies like YouTube, successfully raising capital from outside investors and possibly finding some ventures to invest in" said David Mullings.
Ingrid Riley said "The Caribbean is becoming a hotspot for tech startups and Caribbean Caribbean BETA, our inaugural tech entrepreneurship conference brings our smartest and passionate entrepreneurs, global experts and progressive sponsors such Keystone Augusta who help to further ensure that we deliver the tech equivalent of Bob Marley and Usain Bolt."
Co-founder of Keystone Augusta and a Managing Partner, Robert Mullings added "I feel that it is our duty to support entrepreneurship in the Caribbean because it helped to change the trajectory of our lives and we must pay it forward, helping others to avoid the mistakes we made. The Caribbean has a wealth of talent that just needs more support both in terms of advice and investment capital."
The Mullings brothers are mentioned in the Donna Fenn book "Upstarts" which focused on a number of entrepreneurs in the USA under the age 30. David Mullings was also asked to endorse "The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur" alongside Donny Deutsch written by Mike Michalowicz.
They founded Random Media which is now a subsidiary of Keystone Augusta and run by CEO Richard Lue. Random Media recently released an iPhone application for RealVibez, another subsidiary of Keystone. Keystone has invested in a technology venture launching in Jamaica in January 2012 and is actively looking at investment opportunities around the globe in a range of industries.