The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF SPC) will address Diaspora business leaders and consultants on the topic “Disaster Risk Financing: CCRIF, Climate Risks and COVID-19”. Diaspora entrepreneurs planning their COVID-19 pivots will receive hard to find information for improving the rigor of their analysis of the Caribbean business environment (PESTLE Analysis) and investment decision making.
The special segment will be delivered by Gina Sanguinetti-Phillips, Program Manager at CCRIF SPC. Elizabeth Emanuel, Sustainability Management Team Lead, CCRIF will also be in attendance.
Jennifer Clémence Graham, JG&G Consulting Services Inc. expert in IT, Business Process Re-engineering and digital transformation will deliver the session “Digital Transformation – Process Pivots for COVID 19 and Beyond”.
Meegan Scott of Magate Wildhorse Consulting will address the topic “Supply Chain Responses for Outriding COVID-19” as well as present a network governance model for cooperation and leveraging intelligence for improving diaspora and home country outcomes.
Other speakers at the seminar will include Philip Bedward of Pathways, Andrew Sharpe of Authentic Caribbean Foundation and Rudi Page of Making Connections Work and rapporteur, Tonny Ng’uni, Principal Consultant at Magton Ltd (Zambia).
Today ‘s seminar, entitled “Diaspora Supply Chain― Who’s Who” is the fifth and final of in the series of business continuity and growth seminars which will be followed by execution and improvement interventions. The event is open to organizational leaders with Caribbean roots at home and in the diaspora, mainstream entrepreneurs, and BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic Groups). It will be held from 2:00 – 5:00 P.M. EST.
The series is produced and hosted by Magate Wildhorse Consulting and The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs.
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