Category: Entrepreneurship

We Connect International Releases Prelim Results from Study on Woman Business Owners in Caribbean & Latin America






WEConnect International in The Caribbean presented preliminary results of a study being prepared with the support of Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) on March 9, 2017. Increasingly, the positive connection among women, their economic empowerment, the growth of economies,








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diGJamaica’s Top 10 Takeaways from the Civil Society Boost Initiative Conference






RISE Life Management Services launched their Civil Society Boost Initiative on March 8, 2017, in a two-part event held at the Jamaica Conference Centre. The first part of the conference was dedicated to a ‘proper’ launch of the project, which is








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diGJamaica’s Top 10 Takeaways from the PSOJ Social Media Business Conference 2017






On February 28, 2017, the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) hosted its first Social Media Business Conference at the Worthington, Spanish Court hotel in Jamaica. The venue was full to capacity with attendees from all levels of business and








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What Nutraceuticals Can Do For Jamaica






The nutraceutical industry is worth an estimated $270 billion, and that figure is expected to increase to over $600 billion by 2018. Of the 160 plants declared to have medicinal properties worldwide, over 80 are endemic to Jamaica. Executive director of








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Advice from Jamaican Entrepreneurs: Latoya Williams






Name: Latoya Williams Name of business: The Generation Tap Your job title: Founder Age at which you started your business: 32 What do you think is the most important character trait in a successful entrepreneur? Vision. You have to be








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Advice from Jamaican Entrepreneurs: Latoya West-Blackwood






Name: Latoya West-Blackwood  Age: 33 Name of business: iPublish Consultancy and iMagiNation Books  Your job title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer  Age at which you started your business: 30 What do you think is the most important character trait in








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Advice from Jamaican Entrepreneurs: Javette Nixon






Name:  Javette Nixon Age: 32  Name of business: Point Global Marketing Limited Your job title: Founder & CEO Age at which you started your business: 27 What do you think is the most important character trait in a successful entrepreneur? I think the most








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Advice from Jamaican Entrepreneurs: Tishauna Mullings






Name: Tishauna Mullings Age: 26 Your job title: Chief Success Officer Name of Business: NexxStepp Personal Development Services Age at which started business: 21 What do you think is the most important character trait in a successful entrepreneur? A successful entrepreneur








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Advice from Jamaican Entrepreneurs: Tyrone Wilson






Name: Tyrone Wilson Age: 30 Name of business: eMedia Interactive & iCreate Institute Your job title: Founder, President & CEO Age at which you started your business: 21 What do you think is the most important character trait in a








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Advice from Jamaican Entrepreneurs: Joan Webley






Name: Joan Elizabeth Webley aka Nanook Age (optional): 33 Name of business: Nanook Enterprises Ltd.  Your job title: Attorney/Managing Director Age at which you started your business: 25 What do you think is the most important character trait in a








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