The Miami Caribbean Code (MC2) Regional Tech conference successfully took place in Miami on June 25th. The event attracted high profiled entrepreneurs and business people from the Caribbean and African countries; with over 75 people of such backgrounds being in attendance. They came together to be on the front in driving a revolution of technology adoption and development in the Caribbean and Africa. The event took place last Thursday in the Design District in Miami.
One of the speakers at the event, Natalie Cofield, the President and CEO of the Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce said: “Technology is just a thing that should be there to help us solve social problems, solve market problems, solve market demand needs.” She further called upon the Caribbean and African Diaspora to invest back in their home countries and “go home and do business.”
“If we don’t believe in our community enough to go back in and create a solution for them, we’ll be upset that somebody else came and did,” Cofield further said.
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