TechBeach to host ground-breaking startup and corporate tech conference in USVI, uniting Caribbean and international thought leaders

By June 18, 2024

TechBeach, a network of summits grants attendees access to a lineup of influential individuals, investors, and renowned tech brands from across the globe, is gearing up to host its first ever conference in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands from June 19-21.

The ground breaking conference aims to bring together experts, researchers, and enthusiasts from around the world to explore the cutting-edge realm of startups, AI and technology.

In a previous interview, TechBeach Retreat cofounder Kirk-Anthony Hamilton noted “our expansion is about broadening the community, our reach, and access to resources. We aim to create greater opportunities for our existing community and those who will join us in the future.”

Hamilton and his business partner and cofounder Kyle Maloney hope to shed light on a significant gap in regional business connections. 

The team were invited 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.

The conference will feature an impressive lineup of keynote speakers including Shaun Vanweelden of OpenAI, Allison Kern of Morro Ventures, Dietra Trent of the White House Initiative on HBCUs, and more.

TechBeach Retreat has a reputation for attracting some of the world’s greatest thought leaders and the most established brands that facilitate meaningful connections to support local business growth.

The expansion of the conference in the USVI will grow this network further and foster collaboration between tech innovators. 

Registration for the conference is open here.

This article includes a partner of an Espacio portfolio company