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Montreal Business: Montreal and Frantz Saintellemy

montreal business: Celebrating Black History Month, in ways large and small The event, in its second year, was held at the Montreal Science Centre and brought together forces in Montreal business, including Frantz Saintellemy, founder and CEO of Groupe 3737, an incubator for entrepreneurs in Saint-Michel, Amina Gerba, who created Afrique Expansion, and Ben Marc Diend r communications director of La Coop f d r e, according to CBC. Quebec Deputy Premier and Finance Minister Dominique Anglade, who is of Haitian descent, also spoke at the forum and said afterward that she felt energized. The Black Economic Forum in Montreal aims to act as a catalyst for economic and entrepreneurial development in the city's black communities and to fight inequities in those spheres. Quebec Deputy Premier Dominique Anglade says the government will be making an announcement on the subject of networks and mentorships in business for visible minorities. They really want to make a difference, Anglade said. CBC You see people who really want to contribute. ( As reported in the news.