Unite Caribbean celebrates its 4th birthday with a major overhaul of its website and brand new colours! The company’s logo also underwent small changes.
4 years strengthening Caribbean regional cooperation
Since September 2017, Unite Caribbean is on a trailblazing mission: promote cooperation between Caribbean countries. The team now counts 12 permanent staff, including the two co-founders Thomas Chollet and Damien Bauchau. Unite Caribbean’s reach covers the entire region: the firm is headquartered in Guadeloupe, with a fully registered branch in Saint Lucia and representative offices in Haiti, St. Martin/ Sint Maarten and Canada.
In 4 years, Unite Caribbean’s team and 30 associated consultants have delivered around 40 consulting missions and projects, with budgets ranging from 20,000 to more than 1,000,000 d’euros. Unite Caribbean worked on cooperation issues related to sport, waste management, local governance, infrastructures, education and climate change adaptation across the region, from the French West Indies to Haïti, Saint Lucia and OECS countries or Dutch overseas territories.
A unique approach
Over the past 4 years, Unite Caribbean brought its unique expertise to the Caribbean: capacity building to local public actors and civil society, feasibility studies, strategic positionoing with a focus on promoting Caribbean experts. Unite Caribbean also designed and implemented ambitious regional projects like the Projet d’Appui à la Résilience Climat Caraïbe (PAIRCC) or the first plastic collection and recycling management project in the OECS (RePLAST OECS) which pilot phase in saint Lucia is coming to an end.
Unite Caribbean’s unique dual approach is its core strength: its expertise in providing consulting services while conceptualising and managing development projects. With its consulting services, Unite Caribbean develops a high-level analysis capacity. With its project competency, Unite Caribbean gets an in-depth, on the ground knowledge, of the Caribbean.
Colours and Sectors
Changing Unite Caribbean’s colours came from the will to align the company’s visual identity with its core focus sectors: promoting the development of a more sustainable Caribbean. The blue referring to the sea was then replaced by a dark green which refers more closely to Unite Caribbean’s attachment to promote environmental and social issues. A bright green was added to show the firm’s solution-and action oriented approach. The sand colour remains to mark continuity and Unite Caribbean’s strategic roots in the region.