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Tell us about the entrepreneur or professional who does not need visibility?
Here is your chance to fulfill the your duties of authorship―one often-forgotten by entrepreneurs.
For researchers and academia― here is your chance to share your subject matter expertise and thought leadership on topics related to business, organizational strengthening, performance management, international business, diaspora entrepreneurship, business and sustainable development, marketing and behavior change, international trade finance, and consulting.
Entrepreneurs―Canadians, Caribbean immigrant and diaspora entrepreneurs, Caribbeans at home, entrepreneurs in the African diaspora, Black Americans and other interested business-persons, here is your chance to share your original 580-1200 words free of charge.
Tell our audiences about your area of business experts.
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.
Guest authors from all corners of the globe are welcome.
Pieces that shares tips on image, dress, executive presence and how to do it on a budget.
Marketing collateral that work in the 21st Century.
See Poster for topics.
The best 580-1200 words about your business, and or area of expertise.
Share articles on an area of expertise and a problem your currently seek to solve through your business.
Or pick your topic and share based on the following topic:
- Your line of business
- Corporate Strategy
- Market Systems Development
- Management Consulting
- Business & Sustainable Development
- Tips for entrepreneurs
- Tips for non-profits and governments and other partners in international development
Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, October 27, 2019
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Call for Papers —The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine (2019)
The Noësis | November 2019, Fall Edition
There is a 911 / 119 business and organizational improvement solution here for you.
Organizational, leadership and management, as well as entrepreneur solutions available.
Find out more in 3: 00 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HmERlKSzAQ
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.
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: email@example.com
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!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1174311986005774
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: email@example.com
See you there!
Magate Wildhorse Ltd., wishes to inform stakeholders and women entrepreneurs in South Africa, namely management consultants and providers of professional services about the “South Africa Women-led Born Global and Born-Again Global Consulting Business Survey”
South African women who own or manage women-led businesses (that is entities in which women make up the majority at the highest level of leadership and decision-making). Womenpreneurs and solopreneurs for all provinces in South Africa 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 for all extended to January 25, 2019.
Complete the survey by December 20, 2018 for a chance to win!
Please click the following link to take the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/YJMXU1U5XBo3E3Dm1
Thank you for the time taken to share. Thanks also for sharing appropriately with your networks.
Happening also ― is are focus group discussions related to the research.
Deadline for all extended to January 25, 2019
These discussions will end on December 29. There will be no discussions between December 24th and 26th. To participate in a session please see the information at the following link: https://goo.gl/FZYY8q
Thanks again for sharing.
Research team: Meegan Scott (Magate Wildhorse Ltd.), Dr. Daniel Maposa (lecturer in the Department of Statistics and Operations Research in the School of Mathematical & Computer Sciences, University of Limpopo & Magate Wildhorse Ltd.), and Dr. Zakaria Sorgho (Economist-in-Chief at African Centre for International Trade and Development – ACITD).
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