Black Enterprise – The Haiti Tech Summit is the brainchild of Christine Souffrant Ntim who is one of the most ambitious entrepreneurs to cross into the technology events space.
After Souffrant Ntim created her startup Vendedy in Dubai, she spent a short stint in Silicon Valley observing the culture and took her learning back to the island.
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