Calling all Recent Graduates ― Publishing Opportunity

Call for Papers recent graduates, publication opportu

Closing soon!  Last Call for Papers!

Who

Last 3 to current year graduates from community colleges, Baccalaureate Masters, and PhD programmes.

Graduated more than 3 years ago but interested?

If you’ve got a hot topic not explored or discussed adequately that relates to Caribbean and  Caribbean diaspora entrepreneurs, agri-preneurship, management, and performance management and measurement, trade finance, behaviour change marketing, corporate strategy planning, trade, creative industries, or management consulting, that is up to 5 years old then your are welcome to submit.

Besides the topics highlighted above we are interested in pieces that address entrepreneurship, and management that are by and or related to Caribbean Immigrant and diaspora entrepreneurs (all Caribbean diasporic markets), indigenous and founding nation Canadians, Black and non-native speakers of English entrepreneurs and consultants in North America, Africans in the diaspora and at home.

What

See Poster for topics.

The best 2000-3000 words of your thesis.

  • Business
  • International Trade
  • Trade Finance
  • Market Systems Development
  • Evaluation
  • Organizational assessments
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Private Sector Development
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship

 Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, October 27, 2019

Submission Guideline:

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The Noësis: Double-Blind Peer Review Guidelines 2019

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About the publication

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Call for Papers —The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine (2019)

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Why they are interested in The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Why they are interested― in a nutshell.

  • Host Cities
  • Governments
  • Home Cities
  • Diaspora Organizations
  • Trade & Export Departments
  • Economic Development Clusters
  • Ethnic Media
  • Immigrant Entrepreneurs
  • Stakeholders working on Agenda 2030

Find out more in 4:00

It is a hybrid Community of Practice and Marketplace                                                        It aims to fertilize, strengthen, manipulate, and boost the entrepreneurial ecosystem–    From talent, through to markets, support, culture, finance, policy, and training.

By facilitating the growth of mainstream immigrant and member businesses it will contribute to job creation, growth, and desired increases in contribution and benefits to be realized by host and home cities.

You’ll find the CoP working to advance tacit learning by working together and for facilitating the cross-training and learning between Caribbeans at home and abroad, as well as other non-Caribbean CoP Members. And by so doing will strengthen businesses and grow trade both ways.

Why entrepreneurs join?

It is that safe place where trust is built, collaborations, cooperation, friendships, and partnerships are forged― in a marketplace and research hub for delivering dynamic and inclusive entrepreneurship for and by Caribbeans.

Find out more at The CoP Secretariat

Email: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

 

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“Whys and Wherefores — of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs”

All you need to know about the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs.

Copyright © 2018 by Meegan Scott, and The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Magate Wildhorse Ltd. All rights reserved.

Of interest to Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs in all Caribbean diasporic markets, Caribbean entrepreneurs at home.

The following groups will also find this video of interest:

Host cities, economic development partners, cluster managers, retired Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs looking to mentor the next generation, academia, and ethnic media will be interested in the information shared.

Canadians with no history of business in their families irrespective of ethnicity, non-native speakers of English who are immigrant entrepreneurs in North America, Black Americans, Black Canadians, and investors.

Inside:

Interesting gender gap among immigrant entrepreneurs for Barbadians, Jamaican, Guyanese, and Trinidadians in Canada.

How to Cite:

Meegan Scott, “Whys and Wherefores — of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Magate Wildhorse Web Site, 33.09, October 2018, updated May 2019.

Looking forward to supporting and contradictory statistics for what is presented at    1:06 – 1: 11 minutes.

Thank you for sharing at the reflective pause at:  between 14:00 and 15:00 minutes.

CoP Membership is open to:

  • Black Canadians,
  • African Americans,
  • Caribbeans and members of the African diaspora in the United Kingdom,
  • Canadians with no history of business in their families,
  • Non-native speakers of English – who are immigrant entrepreneurs in North America,
  • Africans in Africa,
  • Entrepreneurs from all countries and regions from which the DNA of the peoples of the Caribbean come [Spain, Portugal, Germany, India, China, Europe, Asia, Pacific, Mediterranean],
  • Emerging diaspora markets such as rest of Asia, Australia and Bahrain

Got a question?                                                                                                                Contact your CoP Secretariat by  Email: magatewildhorse@gmail.com


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Celebrating One ― The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs Say I do Anniversary

Say, I do!

Bigger better Caribbean Immigrant businesses with an ethnic flavor!

Say I do to bigger better businesses for peers and partners with no Caribbean roots!

It’s time to write a different history for growing and scaling a business in the diaspora.

Come help us create a different future, and write a new history in growing entrepreneurs, collaboration, and mainstream immigrant businesses with an ethnic flavor. Let’s do in collaboration with Canadians of all ethnicities and no history of family business.  Let’s do with African Americans, Black Canadians, Non-native speakers of English to North America, Africans in Africa, Caribbeans in the Caribbean.

Researchers, academia, and entrepreneurs from all ethnicities and countries from which the DNA of Caribbeans come.

Say I do, to collaboration, cooperation, market meeting, market sharing, talent swapping, deliberate seeking out and financing our businesses, visibility, authorship, research, meeting of minds.

Mastery of entrepreneurship!

Join the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs!

“The CoP”.

You are not just another entrepreneur, but an amazing entrepreneur consultant, professional service provider, manufacturer, or other entrepreneur.  Your business sphere? Local or global!

Find out more:

Write to the CoP Secretariat― Email: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (CoP), is Not a STARTUP COMMUNITY

Why Bother with a CoP for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs?

Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1174311986005774

Upcoming Events

Whys and Wherefores ― Friday, May 10, 2019  at 6:00 PM Eastern

Planning Charrette ― Thursday, May 16, 2019

Join from wherever you are in the world!

Request additional information at: Email: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

See you there!

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Cs of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs

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We decided to share the Cs of the CoP as presented on the Magate Wildhorse Facebook Page for readers not on Facebook―though you can access it whether or not you are signed into Facebook.

The CoP Challenge towards Greater Cooperation and Creativity

The nature and circumstances under which The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (The CoP) came to be, and its unique opportunities and challenges― as well as that of its members, potential members, partners, and supporters requires that it operates back and forth along the collaboration to cooperation continuum.

In so do doing, it will be best able deliver its vision and mission ―given, its hybrid form, structure, and its ambitions, related to good, emergent, novel, and even best practices.

Within that structure, and substructures for working on individual projects, for projects members will partner to deliver, for CoP and partner projects we expect to move to the C of creativity. But collaboration will be another big C for long time until the targeted beneficiaries of the CoP have overcome some of the barriers and challenges that it aims to overcome.

Some best practices and coordination will be involved as we organize, plan, and deliver structured components of our programme.

We look forward to endless curiosity from members and in particular members in the core and shaper categories.

Lessons from Jarche and the different blend of The CoP given, its unique hybrid of a Community of Practice.

Meegan Scott

Source: Magate Wildhorse Facebook, November 30, 2018
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Public Announcement: Survey for Caribbean Immigrant Consultants & Professional Service Providers

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Public Announcement: Caribbean Immigrant Consultants & Professional Service Provider Survey

Deadline for all extended to January 25, 2019.

Magate Wildhorse Ltd., wishes to inform Caribbean immigrant entrepreneurs, namely management consultants and providers of professional services about the “Caribbean Immigrant: Born Global and Born-Again Global Consulting Business Survey”

Caribbean immigrant entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs with Caribbean roots in all the Region’s diasporic markets are invited to share by way of the survey.

Your answers along with that of other respondents will help decision-makers, you, and entrepreneurs to better understand what drives the decision to export and the best approaches for accelerating scale-up of your businesses in foreign markets. Thank you for sharing by completing the survey by Monday, December 31, 2018!                      Deadline extended to January 25, 2019.

Please click the following link to take the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/gWb0iFM1z5mFVJC22
Thank you for the time taken to share.

The research is guided by Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans , all data collected will be anonymized and stored in a safe and secure manner.

Thanks also for sharing appropriately with your network.

Happening also ― is a focus group for ensuring the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs provides solutions that supports and advances the ambitions of your business.

Deadline for all extended to January 25, 2019.

The CoP is a unique hybrid that is designed with the structure for delivering its vision and purpose.

Deadline for focus group extended: If, you’d like to share in a Focus Group related to the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (Including second generation and beyond of Caribbean immigrants in the diaspora please click the following link to find out more, https://goo.gl/1UfiyF

Thanks again for sharing.

For further information: Please Email us at magatewildhorse@gmail.com

 


Share if you are a management consultant or professional service provider with Caribbean roots in Canada, UK, Italy, USA, Portugal, Japan, Korea, Pakistan, China, India, Malaysia, France, Lebanon, Singapore, Spain, Germany, The Netherlands, Brazil, Panama, Peru, all of Africa, rest of Asia, the Mediterranean and other countries not listed. We want to hear from you even if your country or place of business and residence is not listed above.

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Stakeholder Invitation: Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs, & Professional Service Providers― with Caribbean Roots

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You are invited to participate in a focus group consultation with The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs.

Deadline extended

Registration has been extended to January 20, 2019

Dates: December 15-31, 2018

Time:  10:00 am – 11: 30: am | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm | 2:00 pm – 3: 3:30 pm    | 12:00 noon – 1:30 pm | 4:00 am – 5: 30 am

Time Commitment: 45 mins to 1 ½ hours

Location: To be provided by Email upon receipt of R.S.V.P.

Participation: Europe, Asia, Africa, Caribbean, North America, Pacific

Purpose: The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs aims to connect entrepreneurs, consultants, and providers of professional services (solopreneurs, individual consultants, and businesses with 2 or more members of staff) to a connected diasporic market, learning, networks, networking, financing, and opportunities to co-create and gain mastery of business know-how.

The goal is to create that safe space for meeting of minds, markets, resource sharing, research, learning, support, knowledge transfer, building of social capital, collaboration, cooperation, and creativity for accelerating the growth of Caribbean immigrant entrepreneurs. Two-way learning and growth between diaspora and home countries and increased member capacity to create jobs for Caribbeans by Caribbeans are also among the expect results of The CoP.

You know what you need most? You know what exist in your neck of the woods. You also know what is missing most, and what you would most love to see changed.  In addition, we would be delighted to have your contribution to shaping a CoP initiative that is currently in its infancy.

By participating in this focus group consultation, you’re helping to shape The CoP. But more than that you are helping to improve and ensure its relevance and offer.  The information that you share will serve to help our people to succeed in creating a more inclusive entrepreneurship space for themselves. You are also helping to create a more supporting environment for your business, and most of all you are helping peoples of the Caribbean and their peers to benefit from their right to economic freedom. Your host country will also be rewarded by your role in helping your immigrants who share your roots to make a bigger and better contribution to their societies.  You’ll also find out who are the members of The CoP Steering Committee.

The CoP presents an opportunity to demonstrate our symbols of freedom; and ability to attain social and economic progress in large numbers―across vast geographic areas. Our ability to contribute to home and host countries, as well as to share that with non-Caribbean members such as African-Americans, Africans at home and in the diaspora, Canadians with no history of family business, and immigrant entrepreneurs who are not native speakers of English. It presents a terrific opportunity to overcome the barriers of “foreignness”, lack of entrepreneurial experience, and more.

Confidentiality: Please note that your name and any identifying information you share with us will be kept confidential. Your responses will be summarized along with other responses and used collectively to help guide decision-making. No names or identifying information will be used when compiling this information.

Privacy: Your contact information will not be shared with third-parties, nor will it be used for sharing marketing or other CoP related information. 

Participation in the stakeholder engagements are by invitation only. Please indicate your interest in order to receive an invitation, if selected to participate. Please R.S.V.P. by December 18th  to participate in a  meeting between December 15th and 20th, or to coordinate attendance by a designee, by contacting Meegan Scott at magatewildhorse@gmail.com or by calling 1(647) 854-5323.

Thank you in advance for including your full name, Email contact, business or services offered, country of your Caribbean roots, as well as the city and country in which you currently live. Links to company or professional web sites are also welcome.

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The CoP aims to fertilize, strengthen, manipulate, and boost the entrepreneurial ecosystem from talent, through to markets, support, culture, finance, policy, and training. Very important, it will connect and boost social capital among Caribbeans at home and in the diaspora as well as within their extended networks. The CoP opportunity presents a chance for our entrepreneurs to develop mastery of entrepreneurial skills.

 CoP members have already begun to report benefits or payouts as we call it.

About the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurs with Caribbean Roots

Why bother with a CoP?

The Cs of the CoP

 What is Happening in the Caribbean Entrepreneurship Space & Commitment to The CoP.

Interview with Dr. K’adamawe K’Nife, (UWI, Mona Campus)

 Shared by: CoP Sponsor, & Secretariat, Magate Wildhorse Ltd

Thank you for sharing appropriately with your network!

 

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How to Deliver a Killer Pitch by Precious L. Williams ― #KillerPitchMaster

Working at perfecting your elevator pitch or your business pitch?

Search no more, listen and learn from our GEW event partner and CoP member Precious L. Williams.

Precious L. Williams is a world-class master communicator who works with successful women entrepreneurs and helps them take their professional speaking skills to the next level. With over 23 years of experience conceptualizing unique branding and marketing techniques, Williams seeks to train individuals and companies how to remain authentic while marketing concepts and visions to distinctive audiences.

As a 13-time local and national business elevator pitch champion and former lawyer, Williams has been featured on top television shows and publications for her pitching and branding skills. She was featured in ABC’s “Shark Tank,” CNN, MSNBC, Wall Street Journal as well as several others.
The philosophy of her “killer” pitch is evident in the strategic and personalized creative communications and presentations solutions Williams puts forth. As a serial entrepreneur, international professional speaker, and coach, Williams is equipped to bring life, authenticity, strategy, and boldness to all your oral and written communication needs.
Williams is a graduate of Spelman College and Rutgers School of Law. She is a current member of Phi Beta Kappa and lives in New York.

We are delighted to have Precious as a member of the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (CoP).

Thank you Precious for making our GEW 2018 Celebrations that much better.


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Interview with Dr. K’Nife ― Caribbean Diaspora, Entrepreneurship and The CoP

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Making a chilly Saturday evening warm with a commitment to the winds of change for taking Caribbean Entrepreneurship in the Diaspora and in the Caribbean to the next level is Dr. K’adamawe K’Nife. He is the Director of The Centre for Entrepreneurship Thinking and Practice (The Centre), at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus. Dr. K’Nife and the Centre will partner with the Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (CoP) to deliver capacity building, research, foster inter-regional and Caribbean Diaspora collaboration.

Join us as Dr. K’Nife shares on entrepreneurship, trends, tradition, and the ecosystem for supporting Jamaican and Caribbean entrepreneurs, the Caribbean diaspora, Diaspora Direct Investment, Jamaica, and the CoP Opportunity. Dr. K’Nife also addresses the potential of entrepreneurship and business as a possible glue for driving regional integration.

With Dr. K’Nife is Meegan Scott, of the CoP Secretariat, and Magate Wildhorse Ltd.

Brought to you by The Community of Practice for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs.

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