First ever robotics expo seeking business support

-event being staged on themes that include health, oil and gas

Coordinator of Guyana’s first ever National Robotics Exhibition, Karen Abrams has told Stabroek Business that the event provides the local private sector with “as good an opportunity as is available to the business community to make a meaningful investment in the qualitative growth of the country, not for this year and the next but for generations to come. It would be unfortunate if the private sector stands on the sidelines on this initiative,” Abrams told Stabroek Business from her Atlanta-based home earlier this week.

The Guyanese-born, Abrams, who, with the support of the Office of the First Lady, initiated the well-received Guyana Summer STEM Camp last year told Stabroek Business that the Robotics Exhibition, which will be held at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall,  seeks not only to take local appreciation of technology …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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