We believe, like any living thing which requires a nurturing environment to grow, entrepreneurs are no different. It’s why we created TEN Habitat


We Are The Caribbean

Startup Ecosystem

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TEN Habitat is a non-profit designed to reflect the essential elements of any habitat found in nature: Food, Water, Cover and Space. We have replicated these essentials in the overall design to best support the needs of the Caribbean entrepreneur.


Mentorship and guidance for entrepreneurs to validate, develop and grow business ideas.



Funding to help launch and expand ideas into thriving enterprises.



Co-working space and innovation hub to meet, share, innovate, learn from others and build community



Media coverage to share and celebrate the stories of entrepreneurs and their companies.



Other Strategic and Funding Partners



TEN Habitat is the response to a growing need for a more inclusive approach to how Caribbean startups are supported and funded.


TEN Habitat focuses on developing investor-ready startups by exposing them to a range of hands-on support that is all about building businesses. Our global network of experts, mentors and coaches help founders move their ideas from concept to reality and then we mobilize the diaspora to invest in those businesses.


We pride ourselves on building a supportive community around Caribbean entrepreneurs that allows innovative ideas to emerge and be transformed into viable ventures capable of attracting funding.

We believe in nurturing the growth of entrepreneurs, the way nature nurtures’ its young- In habitats.



Selwyn Cambridge

Selwyn Cambridge is the founder and driving force behind TEN Habitat. He has been working with startups for more than 15 years as a trainer, mentor and advisor. He is also an experienced brand and marketing strategist and manages Ethnic Vision Inc, a Caribbean brand development and marketing company he also founded.

Niel Harper

Niel is a Fellow to the OECD Technology Foresight Forum, and a Chartered Fellow to the British Computer Society. He brings to TEN Habitat his experience as the Founder & Managing Director of Octave Consulting Group, a boutique advisory firm that delivers a rich portfolio of services across the spectrum of CIO advisory (IT strategy and business alignment); IT governance, risk & control (GRC); cybersecurity; programme management; and Internet governance & policy. 

Adrian Gill

Adrian brings to TEN Habitat his experience as the former Vice President of the Global Footwear Division at Puma and the current founder of Ad Hoc Industries, a boutique agency that provides brand strategy, film production and design services across multiple industries. Adrian is also a mentor at the Harvard Innovation Lab and advises start-ups on building consumer and brand equity. He serves as a Judge for the Harvard Business School annual New Venture Competition.

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Sherwyn Cambridge

Sherwyn Cambridge is a qualified and highly experienced project management professional and business analyst. He brings to TEN Habitat over 15 years working on large scale technology projects and business continuity management in New York and the Caribbean. His experience spans working on development of e-government platforms to business analysis and investment on wall street. As a project management professional he manages multi-million dollar projects with the heavy use of technological solutions

Dr. Samantha Roach

Dr. Samantha Roach is a lecturer in economics and has several years of experience in research on national, regional and international development issues including Foreign Capital Flows, Diaspora Investments, Migration, Regional integration, and higher education research. Dr. Roach also serves as a mentor to teenage girls and young women across the Caribbean Region. In 2012, she received a Leadership Award from the Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University, Canada in recognition of her outstanding leadership and commitment to international development. She brings to TEN Habitat a sound understanding of Diaspora Investments and entrepreneurship development.

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