Born Global & Born-Again Global Businesses: Pathways to Internationalization: Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs & Peer Entrepreneurs

Panel Title: Born Global & Born-Again Global Businesses: Pathways to Internationalization: Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs & Peer Entrepreneurs

Organizer: Meegan Scott & Magate Wildhorse Ltd on behalf of The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs
Moderator: Meegan Scott, Magate Wildhorse Ltd
Panelists:
• Loretta Green-Williams, Caribeme Magazine
• Marguerite Orane, Free & Laughing
• Marva Hewitt, Food Hygiene Bureau
• Tamu Petra Browne, Innovative Education and Training Solutions
• Lester de Souza, Impact Galaxy


A Global Entrepreneurships Week (GEW 2018) Event!

Held: November 13, 2018

This the first public event hosted by The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs.

All partner including South Florida

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OUR HEART FELT THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO CAME TO CELEBRATE WITH US – Launch of CoP for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

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On behalf of the members of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant (CoP), Magate Wildhorse Ltd, and I thank each of you who joined us online in support for the CoP earlier this evening.
 
We were honoured to share your company, thank you for your comments and encouragement.
 
We now ask you to join and benefit from the “CoP opportunity” as well as to spread the word about the CoP like wild fire. When you help us to bring more people to benefit and share in the CoP, we can act to create a better social and economic future for our people at home and aboard.
 
We will also be able to demonstrate the value that we bring for making our adopted homes better places.
 
Meegan Scott (for)
The Secretariat of the CoP &
Magate Wildhorse Ltd
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OUR HEART FELT THANK YOU TO Dr. K’Nife & THE CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ENTREPRENEUR EDUCATION, MONA, SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS (MSMB) UWI, MONA – Launch of CoP for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

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Source: Humela on Sound cloud

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On behalf of the members of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (CoP), Magate Wildhorse Ltd, and I thank Dr. Kadamawe K’Nife and the Centre, for sharing the vision of the CoP and for committing to its vision from the start. While a technology issue prevented Dr. K’Nife from delivering his message this evening he was online and ready to share with our audience.

We know that you are committed and that we will hear from you in the coming days.

We are delighted to have UWI the number one producer of Caribbean leaders on board to help with building entrepreneur capacity in the Diaspora as well as for helping with the research for growing the pool of literature and informing the development of curriculum and solutions that are relevant to Jamaica and the Caribbean entrepreneur at home and in all our Diasporic markets.

Dr. K’Nife we look forward to your message and for having you join us at the helm in delivering the vision of the CoP.

I am indeed a proud graduate of the University of the West Indies and Taylorite.

Meegan Scott (for)
The Secretariat of the CoP &
Magate Wildhorse Ltd

All partner including South Florida

OUR HEART FELT THANK YOU TO Mr. JERROLD JOHNSON & JAMAICA NATIONAL BANK – Launch of CoP for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

jN-national27871On behalf of the members of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (CoP), Magate Wildhorse Ltd, and I thank Mr. Jerrold Johnson for sharing the vision of the CoP, and for committing to its vision from the start. Mr. Johnson and the Bank have demonstrated their commitment to the Community and by extension to helping Canada to benefit from its Jamaican immigrant community.
We are delighted and grateful for the fact that Mr. Johnson has not just committed to the vision of the CoP but, have moved to secure the committed of the Bank to supporting the CoP. Despite a hectic schedule he showed up to inspire and encourage fellow members of the CoP and other entrepreneurs in the community to come together to “leverage our knowledge base and to circulate the information”.

Jerrold, we thank you for encouraging those in our audience to “plug in and pool the knowledge together”.
We look forward to drawing on JNB’s hundred and forty-six years of experience in drawing on community talent as we grow the CoP.
It is encouraging to have the commitment of another mind and pair of hands plus the backing of so noble an institution as JNB on board, to help guide and deliver the vision of the CoP.
Truly the kind of personal commitment and forward thinking by a Jamaican entity that makes me proud to be Jamaican and love fi me born land.
Looking forward to working with you Mr. Johnson and the Bank.

Meegan Scott (for)
The Secretariat of the CoP &
Magate Wildhorse Ltd

All partner including South Florida

OUR HEART FELT THANK YOU TO Messrs. CARLTON & ANTHONY JOSEPH of THE CARIBBEAN CAMERA – Launch of CoP for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Carlton Joseph
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On behalf of the members of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (CoP), Magate Wildhorse Ltd, and I thank Messrs. Carlton and Anthony Joseph and the Editor of The Caribbean Camera for being steadfast supporters of the CoP and our local businesses.  This evening we extend our special thanks to Carlton for a powerful rally call to Caribbean immigrants to start and grow their own businesses.

We also thank him for sharing his personal journey of successes and failures to growing a company with revenue of $2M and 200 employees.  His is a powerful story that I am sure have sent some of us in high gear saddle up to ride to thenext level of success as entrepreneurs.

We are fired up by your passion and message! Thank you also for putting some powerAnthony-Joseph-Excellence-in-Media-683x1024behind our message Carlton.  To Anthony, we thank you for being there with us for Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2017 and again in 2018; and for being one of the first members of the CoP.

Let our businesses remember the power of globa in accurately conveying their messages and in reaching our audiences.  We look forward to strengthening our relationship with the Caribbean Camera for both the CoP and our GEW celebrations.  In partnership with the Caribbean Camera the CoP has already hosted two events for GEW in its infancy.

One thing is clear Carlton, has a wealth of knowledge to be shared with the members of the CoP. While We look forward to having Carlton join the CoP or at least join us from time to time for sharing other messages, tips, and guide.

Both Anthony and Carlton bring entrepreneurial DNA from Trinidad and Tobago to the CoP and our entrepreneurs.

Thank you, Trinidad―I am proud to be Caribbean and serve Canada, Jamaica, and the rest of the Caribbean from the richness that it poured into me in preparation to serve at home and abroad.

We look forward to seeing more entrepreneurs from Trinidad in the CoP.

Thank you again Carlton, Anthony, and the rest of the Caribbean Camera.

Meegan Scott (for)
The Secretariat of the CoP &
Magate Wildhorse Ltd

All partner including South Florida

 

OUR HEART FELT THANK YOU TO Mr. VIVION SCULLY & JAMPRO – Launch of CoP for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

View Mr. Scully and JAMPRO’s endorsement and Committment to the CoP here

Vivion Scully JAMPRO

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On behalf of the members of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant (CoP), Magate Wildhorse Ltd, and I thank Mr. Vivion Scully and the Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), for sharing the vision of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs.

We are heartened by the demonstration of forward thinking that you have shown by recognizing how we can work together for advancing our mutual and different objectives and visions while creating greater impact. Greater impact for Jamaicans and the peoples of the Caribbean in the Diaspora and at home.  In addition, your action also says to your host countries that you are committed to helping their cities and people who struggle to attain economic and financial freedom.

As the CoP will serve our brothers and sisters in Africa, the USA, other immigrant entrepreneurs who are not native speakers of English, and Canadians who have no history of entrepreneurship in their families and face barriers related to sparse networks, “foreignness when it comes to talent”, as well as lack of access to capital, and entrepreneurial experience.

The gift of your message, endorsement, and commitment to support the CoP was well received by our members and appreciated by or audiences.

Thank you again Jamaica! “I’ a born Jamaican” means even more when agencies of our Government reach out to support us in the Diaspora.  We look forward to building mainstream Jamaican and Caribbean businesses with an ethnic flavor that will make your job easier.

Thank you again JAMPRO.

Meegan Scott (for)

The Secretariat of the CoP &

Magate Wildhorse Ltd

All partner including South Florida

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Magate Wildhorse Ltd celebrates six, our iron year of truth and good.

Celebrating six, our iron year of truth and good.
How time flies!

Two decades of experience now under our belt, Magate Wildhorse Ltd

October rode by leaving us with two decades of experience under our belt.

We are six, but through our principal consultant Meegan Scott, we’ve got two decades of experience in the biz. Little but tallawah!

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