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Joynicole Martinez Named One of 15 New WBAF Senators from South America, North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East

Joynicole Martinez Named One of 15 New WBAF Senators from South America, North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East

Dr. Joynicole Martinez will represent the US as Senator at the largest global angel investors forum of the world, providing opportunities for global women to connect with international financing.

An affiliated partner of the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI), the World Business Angels Investment Forum (WBAF) announces new Senators of the Grand Assembly. Belgium, Jamaica, Jordan, Mali, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands , Portugal, Sri Lanka, Sweden and United States of America are now more connected with global investment markets.

Belgium, Jamaica, Jordan, Mali, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands , Portugal, Sri Lanka, Sweden and United States of America have joined the largest global angel investors forum of the world and will now be able to connect with the global angels market, which will open up splendid opportunities for the joining countries. Now local angel investors, academics, woman leaders, finance markets, innovation ecosystems and aspiring entrepreneurs of these 12 countries will have the opportunity to connect with global leaders in the same field.

The inclusion of these countries in WBAF provides a wide range of opportunities for start-ups, innovators and high growth businesses and opens doors for economic development.

Baybars Altuntas, Chairman of the WBAF, says ‘WBAF supports start-ups, develops entrepreneurial ecosystems, and helps venture capital and companies connect with international companies, fintechs and other relevant institutions. We are confident about our contribution to the economic development of these countries by facilitating connections with entrepreneurial ecosystems. We strongly believe that Belgium, Jamaica, Jordan, Mali, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands , Portugal, Sri Lanka, Sweden and United States of America will soon become countries that can foster the development of their economies in entrepreneurial atmospheres’.

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