MIAMI – Miami Caribbean Code (MC2) is a new initiative launched early 2015, and an empowering movement and event series with the goal of fostering a bridge between the fast-moving tech world, the Miami-Caribbean community, and the Caribbean region. Eveline Pierre, Founder of Miami Caribbean Code recently kicked off Miami Caribbean Code with their inaugural Youth Tech Summit in April for local Miami-Caribbean youth, and it was a huge success, and is now ready to host the Regional Tech Summit.
On Thursday, June 25th Miami Caribbean Code is “future ready” and will host a Regional Tech Summit at the Miami Design District, 191 NE 40th St. Miami starting at 9am. Register to attend at EventBrite.com Miami Caribbean Code Regional Tech Summit
MC2 will “tech talk” about trendy topics, tips, and future technology. What’s your tech knowledge? Share it on strategic panel discussions and networking with other tech-minded innovators.
Miami Caribbean Code has invited tech leaders from the Caribbean region to talk about tech needs, breakthrough innovations and recent developments. They will share “what’s trending now,” and how the Miami-Caribbean community and Caribbean region can work together as one tech team.
Guest speakers include for MC2 Summit include, Jason Mazier. Founder and Host of devLatino – The Digital Empowerment Voyage, Dr. Becerra-Fernandez , Provost, St. Thomas University, Alexander Britell, founder and Editor in Chief of Caribbean Journal, Donald Kelly, sales coach and host of “The Sales Evangelist Podcast”, Tia Dubuisson, President of Belle Fleur Technologies, Jamie Rosenberg, CEO & Founder of ClassWallet, Perside Foster, Oracle Principal Technical Consultant, Marlon Williams, Founder and CEO of Fenero, Nehama Bikovsky, President at Maritime Consulting Enterprise , Nick Sanchoo, Co-Founder My-Guides Inc. , Natalie Cofield, President & CEO of Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce, Brian Fonseca, Director of Operations at FIU’s Applied Research Center , Stephanie Pavolini, Manager of International Trade Development for Latin America & the Caribbean, Anie Akpe, Principal at Innov8tiv & Founder of IBOM LLC , Darryl Doonie, Co-founder of Luminary Central , Carlos Vazquez, Enstitute Miami Director , Laurent Salvador Lamothe, Former Prime Minister of Haiti , Angelica Medina, Girls Who Code Miami Program Manager , Maia Sharpley, Vice President for Strategy and Innovation with Kaplan, Inc , Ronald Brisé, Florida Public Service Commissioner , Jason Ibarra, Chapter Director at Startup Grind Miami , Douglas Mayorga, President and Global Director of Minority Chamber of Commerce , Pascale Elie, General Manager of HaitiPay, Ingrid Riley, Founder of Connectimass, Sandra Florvella-Pierre, Founder of Haitian Businesses, and James Osteen, Executive Director of the South Florida Digital Alliance.
“We are passionate about providing resources and education to empower today’s tech innovators, and our vision is for entrepreneurs and innovators to achieve limitless technological advancements for future business success”, says Eveline Pierre, Founder of Miami Caribbean Code.
Caribbean Tech & Innovations Awards Cocktail
In addition to the summit, there will be a Caribbean Tech & Innovations Awards Cocktail that same evening (June 25) from 6:30pm to 10pm at the Miami Design District 191 NE 40th St. Moore Building, Miami and will be held in partnership with the Haitian Heritage Museum. For more information call 305-371-5988 or email, [email protected] register at EventBrite.com, Miami Caribbean Code Tech Award Ceremony