TechBeach to host U.S. Virgin Islands conference this month

By June 18, 2024

Tech leaders are gathering in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands this week for the TechBeach conference. 

The event gathers tech sector leaders, investors and startups who take in sessions, demos and speeches from global icons.

Shaun Vanweelden of Human Data at OpenAI, Allison Kern; Partner, Morro Ventures, Lucy Guo, Founder at Passes; and Dietra Trent, Executive Director of the White House Initiative on HBCUs, are among the speakers at the conference.

The conference will also feature tech figures such as Jeff Pulver co-founder of Vonage, Zahir Dossa, co-founder of Function of Beauty, alongside representatives from some of the most important tech giants such as Google and OpenAI. 

AI, the venture capital landscape and navigating a global economy with disruption are expected to be hot topics at the event. 

TechBeach Co-Founder Kirk-Anthony Hamilton

Founded in 2016, TechBeach is on a mission to act as “a catalyst for change, propelling the global tech ecosystem towards a more inclusive future.” 

With events already taking place in Miami and Jamaica, the team is expanding its regional presence with the creation of a new conference site in the US Virgin Islands. Its event will be held on June 19th-21st.

The conference, founded by Kirk-Anthony Hamilton and Kyle Maloney, is supported by the Research and Technology Park (RTPark), a public-private partnership entity, to support their efforts in showcasing the USVI as a hub for innovation, business domicile, and residence.

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