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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Left Behind: Authorship and Missed Opportunities for Professional & Business Growth

Who has been left behind?

Mainly the English-speaking Caribbean Immigrant entrepreneur, professionals, and  young graduates, both Canadian and Caribbean.  But they are not alone; members of the African Diaspora, skilled artisans and tradesmen, and other newcomer Publishbirdentreprencaribbkwhiteentrepreneurs often fail to carve out time for holding the ball on their second role as entrepreneurs and professionals. That second role is authorship.

Immigrant professionals and entrepreneurs who studied and left behind their professional and social networks are also left behind. Second, third, and fourth generation Caribbean immigrants can also be left behind given, the gap in entrepreneurial experience of the Caribbean Immigrant Community compared to other groups.

Pursuing authorship can be difficult with all the other things to be done while growing your business.

We know it can get busy, crazy busy especially for the solopreneur or the consultant trying to reduce the faming cycle; while growing and extending the size of the harvest.

The decision to write and the time allocated to writing should be balanced against where you are in growing your business, the type of business you run, and the level of expertise you bring to your industry.

Part of the reason publishing seems so unattainable has to do with the perception that only authorship of a book represents substance and credibility as an author.   Failure to set and act on writing goals within pre-set time periods throughout the year is another drawback to getting the job done.  It has been said that a “published book is the new business card”.  But the key to success is also about knowing your situation and capacity.

If writing a book is too expensive or time consuming at this time you can publish articles, videos, stories, and other short pieces that can help you to establish your expertise and fulfill your role as the author.   Taking that route allows you to dedicate the chunk of your time to growing your business, while strengthening your brand and trust through authorship.  Peer-reviewed pieces provide even greater credibility and learning opportunities for you as entrepreneur and author. Besides, the short pieces you write may become the content for a book before you know it.

Whether you are pursuing social or commercial entrepreneurship The Noësis presents the right opportunity to balance authorship and growing your business.  For the young graduate and new researcher, you have an easy opportunity to publish. For the expert or academic, paraded before you is the opportunity to publish, or benefit and contribute by serving as editor or peer-reviewer of works. Our double-blind peer-review process gives both authors and reviewers a sense of ease and objectivity in selecting pieces as well as in providing reviews.

Submission deadline

The Noësis is a hybrid Magazine/Professional Journal geared towards C-level executives, entrepreneurs, researchers, practitioners, and consultants with an interest in strategy, marketing, evaluation, organizational assessments, international trade, entrepreneurship, and international development. It will be circulated to senior executives, business owners and libraries.

Publish secondjob of consultanbktSubmit an abstract, trivia, story, anecdote, cartoon or the best 3000 words from your thesis or research paper.

Submit your paper for the Fall Edition today!  Deadline: August 30, 2018.

Opportunities for reviewers and editors are still available. Submit your reviewer or editor’s profile today!

To submit your proposal, article, profile, CV, or query, please contact Meegan Scott by Email at: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

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High Performance Caribbean Ring & CoP

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Launch of Entrepreneurs MeetUP and Community of Practice (CoP)

The GTA hub of the High-Performance Caribbean Entrepreneur’s Ring will be officially launched on Saturday, March 31, 2018  by Meegan Scott and Magate Wildhorse Ltd.  At the launch we will engage in B2B networking, getting to know each other as well as add some of your wishes to the objectives and working of the HIPCE Ring.

Because it is a Caribbean Entrepreneur’s group we are looking for others who would love to join us. Let’s have a meeting of minds and joint action for growing high performance Caribbean businesses and outstanding entrepreneurs in the Diaspora.

Meeting facilitator: Meegan Scott will lead the session.

The MeetUP and CoP is a group of Caribbean entrepreneurs in the Diaspora including members of the Caribbean-Canadian group who will meet monthly (Downtown, Toronto), as well as online to learn, share, collaborate and build knowledge in the area of Caribbean Entrepreneurship and success strategies for our immigrant entrepreneurs. Besides networking and information sharing the group serves as a resource for advice, tips, advertising, market and market research hub.

It will remain consistently so.

Join us at: https://goo.gl/AnhZuE (Online home of the MeetUP and CoP).

Be with us on March 31, 2018.

You are welcome to join us for our preliminary online session on March 13, 2018 (details available in the Ring).

We look forward to your active participation!

Please feel free to forward this announcement to others.

 

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