In early 2015, Flow plans to open the Video On Demand market in Barbados

Before 2015 is over, 95% of Barbadians across the island should be able to subscribe and install easily via Columbus Barbados’ bundled service – plus the fastest growing telecoms solution is also taking steps to ensure Barbadian content is available on their network and with monetary potential for local film-makers…

Videographer Jimmy Gittens expressing his gratitude how all walks of Barbados' motoring community recognise his programme's effort in pushing Motorsport and with Flow's help - Gittens wants to penetrate Flow's other branches.

Videographer Jimmy Gittens expressing his gratitude how all walks of Barbados’ motoring community recognise his programme’s effort in pushing Motorsport and with Flow’s help – Gittens wants to penetrate Flow’s other markets such as Grenada, Antigua, Trinidad & Jamaica.

This was most of what Shelly Ann Hee Chung, Columbus’ Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean was hinting to participants at a pitch event held at Bagnall’s Point. She told the film making community that the onus of marketing remains with the film makers and the decision if the content is free or pay per view is also their choice, but the fees remain in the hands of operator who choose Flow to exhibit their materials.

In her detailed power-point presentation, she echoed Flow founder Brendan Paddick’s intent wherever Columbus Communications sets up companies and businesses, the country must have been better for the passage of the Columbus brand. She hinted as their telecoms footprint increases in 2015, there will be need for more staff as well…

The VP of Sales & Marketing also indicated to potential subscribers that Flow has Mature content & channels for those who want more exciting programming.

The VP of Sales & Marketing also indicated to potential subscribers that Flow has Mature content & channels for those who want more exciting programming.

Columbus Telecommunications Barbados Limited (operators of FLOW & Columbus Business Solutions) partnered with the Barbados Film and Video Association’s BIMVIM2014 What’s Coming premier night, a showcase of local trailers. The objective of the collaboration to allow Columbus Barbados to get a glimpse at what local film makers and producers have to offer for possible local and regional showcase.

Step By Step productions' Dave Weeke's presentation was so detailed he used up his 10 minutes and did not mention his new film "Vigilante," will be out before 2014 is over...

Step By Step productions’ Dave Weekes’ presentation was so detailed he used up his 10 minutes and did not mention his new film “Vigilante,” will be out before 2014 is over…

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