Humanizing tech startups with support for orphanages

TORONTO, ONTARIO / ACCESSWIRE / November 29, 2022 / In this digital age, especially in the post-pandemic world, every business must have a website to build credibility. This is a stumbling block for many entrepreneurs who might have a great idea but lack the capital or technical acumen to get up and build websites and apps for their business.this is exactly the problem Weber 24 hoursa platform for building websites without coding, seeks a solution.

Webb24h has a drag and drop feature that makes it very easy to build multiple websites and applications. Unlike traditional web hosting platforms, Webb24h does not use templates and does not require any software development skills. Equipped with training resources to help users design and create professional-grade websites and apps, the platform enables businesses to have an online presence from day one. The platform already has more than 10,000 users.

According to Marie-Eva Volmar, who conceptualized and developed the platform, many people are intimidated by technology. She wanted to simplify the process of creating a website for anyone who wanted to set up a website and an app for their business. From experience, she knows being an entrepreneur is not easy. With Webb24h, her aim is to provide entrepreneurs with a platform to go digital in just a few clicks.

Dallada Corporation, Tuesday, November 29, 2022, press release image

Dallada Corporation, Tuesday, November 29, 2022, press release image

Webb24h is part of darada corp., a firm specializing in a broad range of future-proof services, technologies and venture capital. They include departments specializing in software, hardware, plant-based foods, electric motors and robotics. The company was founded in 2014 by Marie-Eva Volmar.

The life story of the company’s CEO, Marie-Eva Volmar, is interesting. Starting her journey as an orphan in Haiti, she overcame the disadvantages of her humble beginnings to teach herself to code at the age of 16. She had a rocky start, but she has since transformed herself into a tech entrepreneur. Her goal in life is to use her personal story to inspire other female entrepreneurs who are trying to get their businesses off the ground.

“Having lived through the struggle, I’ve felt the difficulty firsthand, but I also understand the possibilities that can be achieved if there’s a second chance. As a country, growing up in Canada gave me the opportunity to start over and give me the chance to Opportunities that may not be available elsewhere. My life in Canada has paved the way for me to reach my true potential and I want to inspire people across the globe to achieve their dreams. I am proud of the women I shape, not as a as a leading female tech entrepreneur, but as one who has fought against all odds.”

and Weber 24 hoursAs the sixth arm of her company, Marie-Eva aims to use all income generated for the Dalada Foundation. The Dallada Foundation is Marie-Eva’s charitable foundation to raise funds and awareness of the difficult conditions facing orphans in Haiti. Her long-term goal is to hire architects to help design and build orphanages and schools to improve the prospects of Haitian orphans. Marie-Eva learns about impact from her own personal experience Living in poorly equipped orphanages affects children’s psychological, social and physical development. She firmly believes that everyone should do what they can to be an agent of positive change in the world. She started a movement for change by helping orphans in Haiti through the Dalada Foundation.

comment on the impact she hopes to pass Weber 24 hours and Dallada Foundation, Dallada Corporation CEO Marie-Eva Volmar said: “My experience as an orphan in Haiti has shaped my entire life journey. I believe that I would not be alive if it were not for God and me. I owe all of my success to him for paving the way for me. I started from nothing, worked hard in my previous life as a software engineer, taught myself to code and led increasingly complex software projects. Today, I am a successful of female tech entrepreneurs who are able to inspire and give back to other tech entrepreneurs. But what really makes me happy is that through Webb24h, a product developed by my company, through the Dallada Foundation, we are now able to help increase the facilities of orphanages in Haiti and build new Schools and orphanages. More important to me than money is raising awareness of the difficulties orphans in Haiti face and the need to support such institutions. We may be a tech h business, but we are a very human business .”

For a girl who started her life in an orphanage, Marie-Eva has indeed come a long way. Today, she is an achiever. She changed her life and became a role model for orphans all over the world. She overcame the same odds they face today to become a successful businesswoman and is now using her business skills to give back to the community.

About Dalada

darada corp. Focus on developing software, hardware, plant-based foods, robotics, electronics and motors to help build a better future.

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