Meet Cuba’s initial internet entrepreneurs during Disrupt New York

Cubazon. Kewelta. Knales. These aren’t residence reason names in a US though they’re during a vanguard of entrepreneurship in Cuba and they’ll be fasten us on theatre during Disrupt New York.

We’ll be articulate with Bernardo Romero Gonzalez, CEO owner of Cubazon, an online store for a Cuban diaspora that lets them send products to their kin behind home. He warranted his MBA during a Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia in Spain and complicated engineering in Cuba. His association won a 10x10KCuba beginning as one of a country’s many earnest tech companies.

We’ll also be assimilated by Carlos Manuel García Vergara, a owner of Kewelta, an promotion network for Cuban artists. He is one of a initial Cubans to try adtech on a island. Finally, we have Diana Elianne Benitez Perera, owner of Knales, a association that sends news and information to mobile users in Cuba. She sends NBA, MLB and soccer joining scoreboards as good as continue forecasts in a nation where information comes in during a trickle.

We’ll be articulate during 11:30am on Monday, May 15 and these will, utterly literally, be a initial Cuban startups on a TechCrunch stage. It’s an sparkling time and a fascinating subject and we demeanour brazen to anticipating out what their universe looks like from a technical and domestic viewpoint and where they’re headed in a future.

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