Connectech Holds Grand Opening Celebration

June 1, 2016

Connectech — a technology training centre and co-working space on Cedar Avenue in Hamilton — held their Grand Opening Celebration yesterday, showcasing the diverse range of offerings the company provides for entrepreneurs, startups, independent professionals and small business teams.

The Open House allowed clients to use a hot desk or office for an hour, boasted Robotics and Coding Centers available for public use throughout the day and included a free Lunch & Learn on social media focusing on quick tips on a variety of social media platforms.

Throughout the day a steady flow of clients included, inquiring members of the public, aspiring entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts viewed the space.

Michael Wells, Coral Wells & Nahki Wells

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Nahki Wells attended the Grand Opening and stated; “Engaging kids at a young age and sparking an interest in technology is awesome and promotes the education of future leaders in local and international tech.

“I commend Connectech and fully support their mission to create local technology based opportunities for young people and entrepreneurs that may not have otherwise existed.”

The collaborative environment where tech entrepreneurs can learn, develop faster and prosper through collaboration with peers, and connections with key business institutions and experts, through a wide range of events and courses is now taking on new clients.

Connectech has also recently launched basic programming, application building and general technology innovation courses for youth, with more advanced courses rolling out in the fall.

This conveniently located hub is set to take Bermuda by storm educating and encouraging the next generation of local techies and providing local businesses training opportunities to grow local talent and enhance the existing skill sets of tech staff.

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Connectech’s Director, Coral Wells is thrilled to see her vision of developing the amazing talent pool on our small island come to life.

“My vision is to see the entrepreneurs and youth techies collaborate and innovate about ideas to grow our community in the tech industry,” she said. “Wouldn’t it be awesome for Bermuda to be the next tech hub like a small Silicon Valley, having kids create and build the next big idea like FB, Insta or Snapchat…”

The company is also well on its way to building a computer lab and already boasts impressive office, training and meeting space which is available to rent by the hour, day, week or month.

Each rental includes the use of high-speed internet, printing and a fully stocked coffee station along with other amenities. For more information visit www.connectech.bm or call 400-3677

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  1. Thinker says:

    Well done Wells family. Wishing you and the community tremendous success with this business!

  2. Truth Teller says:

    The timing could not have been better. The Well’s family is stepping up to the plate.

    I am very proud of them. They are seeking to meet a big need in this community right now. We should all wish them nothing but success as they seek to help us meet one of the fundamental challenges of the 21st century.

    Now if I could only get Nahki over at Tottenham !

  3. Wishing Well says:

    Interesting concept and in my opinion the timing is rightm I would love to learn more.

    To reply to Truth Teller, why should Nhaki waste his time with Tottenham when Chelsea is the future!
    Juat kiddin, Tottehnam impressed me this year.

  4. O.M.G says:

    Congrats guys what a wonderful thing for all who can benefit for this especially the youth. Good luck with the future.