In a recent New York Times article highlighting the growing community of web entrepreneurs in Cuba, twago was mentioned as one of the platforms that local programmers, web designers and translators are using to sell their skills to clients in the United States, despite the lack of reliable and affordable internet in the country.
Read the full article: Cuba’s Web Entrepreneurs Search for U.S. Clients, and Reliable Wi-Fi
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