Share & Get Featured during Global Entrepreneurship Week

Mission Drift GEW


Here’s your entrepreneur’s steal of a deal for zero penny.

Publishing and publicity one action; two standout results for finishing 2020 strong!

Respond to the piece below to get featured during Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW 2020). This year GEW will be celebrated November 16-22.

Mission Drift, The Stormerpreneurs℠ and Finishing 2020 Strong

“Young bird nuh know storm” — unless of course they were born in 2020 among the turmoil of COVID-19. If the term stormerpreneur has a place in your unique story or journey then let us know by your response to the question below.

This has been a busy year with lots of pivots and virtual activities so it would not be surprising if many of our organizations experienced some form of mission drift. Mission drift can be positive though we mostly hear about the negative drift. Tell us about your experience below.  Thank you

  1. Tell us about the moment you decided to start your own business.
  2. Who was there with you when sat down to put the idea together ? Include the year you started.
  3. Would you say that you are a stormerpreneur? Tell us why you answered yes or no.
  4. What is the mission of your organization?
  5. What is the vision?
  6. How does the mission and vision fit or help you to fulfil your personal purpose and ambitions?
  7. What were the top 5-10 activities you completed in 2020?
  8. Which played the greatest role in advancing the delivery of your Mission?
  9. When you add it all up— would you say your drift was positive? Or was it mostly negative?
  10. Which product or service do you currently offer— that is a must have for readers of this publication or people who could use your solution?
  11. What can we expect from your business over the next two years?
  12. Where can they learn more or purchase your service? Web site or social media link, calendar or email link

#IAmAnEntrepreneur   #yes #toentrepreneurship #GEW2020

To participate submit one or both of the following:


Word length:  200- 400 words maximum

Deadline: Friday, November 14, 2020.

Register to participate in this and other events at the following link

Some lucky participants will have a chance to share in print as well as in video.

Click the link or text highligthed green to submit your written piece to Mission Drift.

Submit your pieces to: submit here.

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.You may submit a video version of your story in addition to the written piece (File format, MP4. MPEG-4, WMV).


The best six will be selected for publishing during GEW 2020.

The next 3 runners up will be featured in another publication in December.

Brought to you by Magate Wildhorse Consulting!


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Copyright © 2018 by Meegan Scott,  Magate Wildhorse Ltd .(Toronto), Magate Wildhorse Inc.,(New York). All rights reserved.

‘Outsource to the Caribbean’ Conference to be held in Jamaica

Reprinted from: Magate Wildhorse Google Plus

December 6, 2017 at Rose Hall, St. James

What to Expect

The “Outsource to the Caribbean ” Conference aims to provide a major forum for stakeholders in nearshore outsourcing that is powered by robust English language capacity; multilingual capability in Spanish, French and Dutch; cultural affinity, similar time zone, a young highly educated workforce, tax and investor incentives, stable political environment plus reliable and cost effective broad band telecommunications and power supply.

The watchwords – explore, grow and succeed – drives the design and delivery conference for both investors and suppliers.

Conference plenaries, one-on-one meetings and action planning are designed to reduce risk and accelerate action and desired results at the intersection of the investor’s need to gain competitive edge and the inward investment objectives and aspirations of the Caribbean and individual member territories of CAIPA. Investors with an interest in opportunities that are in close proximity to North America or the Caribbean will gain access to information and insights not available in industry literature. They will also:

  • Make connections and build relationships for ensuring they can execute their business strategy;
  • Be equipped to better roadmap opportunities they discover for establishing or partnering in a BPO venture;
  • Find investment opportunities that enable them to live their corporate social responsibility commitment;
  • Meet with regional decision makers and register their needs and concerns;
  • Learn from the corporate and personal stories of BPOs who serve the Caribbean;
  • Co-innovate and disrupt with flexibility, focus and cost savings;
  • Discover solutions to meet their risk appetite;
  • Meet with regional heads and high-level decision makers;
  • Find opportunities to problem solve from lessons learnt and the meeting of minds;
  • Tour select supplier sites in Jamaica plus virtual tour other territories • Relax and obtain answers to their questions in the friendly environment of the conference and vacation spot:
  • Explore hard to bottom-line opportunities related to efficiency, effectiveness, cost, quality, incentives, talent, scale, utilization and experienced Caribbean talent.


    See program at:


    Stay Connected…Share Your Thoughts … Ask a Question at:

    Its exclusive and by private invitation so how do you get on the list of invitees? You must register in order to receive an invitation.

    Register at the link below. #occ2017




    Meegan Scott