Cambridge, Massachusetts – May 2, 2019 – RippleNami, Inc., a provider of blockchain data visualization technology, announced today that its valued Board of Directors member Glenn D. (Terry) Dunmire, III will speak at the Doing Business in Congo Forum, on May 3, 2019, at Center for African Studies in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Doing Business in Congo Forum at Harvard is dedicated to promoting dialogue around the business climate and investment opportunities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The government of His Excellency the President of DRC Hon. Felix Tshisekedi has indicated its commitment to creating and sustaining a platform of economic growth and prosperity. This forum hopes to engage in dialogue around the issues needed to make this happen. The Democratic Republic of Congo is open for business.
Distinguished guests will include members of DRC government, private sector, leading entrepreneurs and academicians. This is event is sponsored by the Harvard University Center for African Studies. Panelists will include:
- Stephen Lande (President, Manchester Trade)
- Glenn D. (Terry) Dunmire, III (Chairman, Groundswell and Board of Directors, RippleNami)
- Jean Claude Kabongo (Special Advisor to the President on Investments)
- Anthony Nkinzo Kamole (CEO, DRC Investment Agency)
- Patricia Nzolantima (Country Manager, Comuni-cart)
- Perry Mulenga Diyoka (COO, New Frontier Consulting)
- Jonathan Leye (Precision Agriculture)
Dunmire and RippleNami share a deep conviction that by empowering emerging countries, the world will experience rapid transformation. RippleNami’s mission is simple: connect the globe’s unconnected citizens with identifications, resources, and services essential to survive and thrive by leveraging their proprietary technology and the mass adoption of mobile phones.
Dunmire brings decades of experience as an international attorney, investment banker, and business development specialist. As the Investment Banking and Strategic Business Development Advisor under USAID to the Governments of Egypt and Nigeria, Dunmire was responsible for the privatization programs and procedures having authored privatization processes and procedures for both. Dunmire is an Honorary U.S. Ambassador for Sustainability to the United Nations General Assembly, former Chairman for Corporate Council on Africa’s Infrastructure Conferences, and Chairman for the committee that wrote policy recommendations for the Obama Administration. Dunmire is a two-time board member of the Corporate Council on Africa, Board of Directors of RippleNami, Inc., Chairman of Groundswell and is currently member of the Atlantic Council.
RippleNami recognizes that people empowered with real-time and easily accessible information around the world can connect and drive unimaginable change. RippleNami is redefining blockchain and mapping with the first visualization platform that consolidates big data and provides information that matters most to its users. This cost-effective, device agnostic, cloud-based platform delivers millions of actionable data points on an intuitive map that enables critical decision making and enhanced collaboration for enterprises, nonprofits, and foreign government agencies. With seamless integration, limitless customization and scalable architecture, RippleNami allows people to chart their world, streamline communications and improve operational effectiveness. For more information about RippleNami, visit www.ripplenami.com.
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