Khalil Bryan, cofounder of Caribbean Transit Solutions (CTS), is a former management consultant for PwC in New York City and has an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business (Canada) and an undergraduate Computer Engineering Degree from Howard University (Washington, DC).? Coming from an island known for sun, sea and sand this Barbadian startup is making inroads in the country’s nascent technology sector. CTS is focused on solving critical public transportation problems in Barbados and the wider Caribbean region by leveraging GPS, mobile data, and internet technologies. CTS was born out of the frustration of having no real time information available on local buses. This was especially frustrating in a country where there is strong internet and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and high mobile penetration. This was the foundation for the creation of BeepBus in 2014 (formerly EasyTransit). Later, CTS launched their second product BeepCab after seeing a similar problem in the taxi sector where drivers and riders found it difficult to connect outside of designated taxi zones. BeepCab now allows riders to book a taxi with One Click! As of July 2015, BeepBus and BeepCab have 250 users and is growing. Finally, CTS has a product EasyTrak, which enables insurance companies and fleet owners to better manage their insured assets and in the case of insurance companies to offer insurance discounts to their customers. Each of these products is geared to be self-sustaining and individually valuable and as a group, they are complementary. Further, the three pillar products form the foundation upon which BeepAds, a planned advertising platform, will be built. CTS is truly a positioned to be a global player with key members of the team being located in Barbados, South Africa and Canada. This enables us to quickly see and adapt global trends to developing markets.