Singularity Caribbean Announces 10 GIC Finalists

Final Ceremony to be Hosted in Port au Prince, Haiti

@ Marriott Hotel 


[Port au Prince, Haiti- April 20, 2017]Singularity University (SU), a global community using exponential technologies to tackle the world’s biggest challenges and build an abundant future for all, has announced a new partnership with Global Startup Ecosystem to launch a SingularityU Global Impact Challenge” in Haiti for the Caribbean market.Singularity University has hosted many successful “Global Impact Challenges” since 2010 in many countries all over the world. To date, Singularity University has hosted 94 Challenges in 38 countries awarding 121 winners.

The objective of these challenges is spur moonshot innovations to solve world’s greatest global challenges– energy, environment, food, shelter, space, water, disaster resilience, governance, health, learning, prosperity and security– by using exponential technology.

“When it comes to innovation, impact and disruptive entrepreneurship, the Caribbean is consistently overlooked. For the past 6 years, the tech ecosystem has blossomed thanks to the rise of programs and events in emerging market countries like Haiti. With one of the leading populations in the region, hosting this challenge in Haiti will not only revitalize interest in the region’s economic potential but place social impact events in places where it is most needed” -says Christine Souffrant Ntim.

April 22, 2017 – Singularity Caribbean Ceremony Agenda

  • Location: Port Au Prince, Haiti
  • Attendee: Invite Only (100)
  • 11am- 12pm Press Conference
  • 12pm- 3pm Boot Camp (Ideation, Product Development, Marketing, Fundraising, Exponential Tech)
  • 3pm- 6pm Singularity Caribbean Finalist Competition

The Final 10 to Pitch

Gero Francis 

Turning Shipping Containers into Homes

Pilot in Haiti

Nigel Davy


Leveraging Drone Technology to Impact Agriculture

Ralph Emmanuel Francois


Environment|Disaster Resilience

Jovan Evans 


Pump & Spray

Edrice Louis 


Creation of platform Haiti splendid App

Keron Bascombe

Trinidad and Tobago


Anastasha Elliott

St. Kitts & Nevis

Bevon King


KingCo Foods

Melissa Pascal

Trinidad & Tobago