WireIE and CANTO Launch “Computers for the Caribbean” Foundation

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WireIE is pleased to announce the official launch of the “Computers for the Caribbean (CTC)” Foundation, in conjunction with the Caribbean Association of National Telecommunication Organizations (CANTO).

On July 13, 2009, WireIE President & CEO Robert Barlow (Left), and VP of Business Development for Emerging Markets Ray Bulengo (Centre) presented The Honourable Tillman Thomas, Prime Minister of Grenada (Far Right), with a donation of at least 15 HP computers and training for the 2009 calendar year, at CANTO’s 25th Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition in Trinidad & Tobago.

WireIE will donate 1.5% of its revenue from the region to purchase computers and train the recipients on a yearly basis.

The computers will be placed in libraries, post offices, and community access centres for public use in Grenada.

The CTC Foundation represents the ongoing commitment of WireIE and CANTO in the development and growth of the Caribbean region.

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