Category : Caribbean Entrepreneurs

Caribbean Entrepreneurs Featured How They Did It-Series Storytelling

How Jamaican David Martin Became an Animation Evangelist

Today on “How They Did It” I speak to David Martin, the Jamaican born Animation Evangelist currently leading the charge where digital animation in the Caribbean is concerned.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial Stories How They Did It-Series

How Bajan Entrepreneur Monique Mayers Built A Thriving Consultancy That Transcends Borders

Monique welch

Today on “How They Did It” I feature the Idea Alchemist herself, Mrs. Monique Mayers. Monique is an entrepreneur extraordinaire from Barbados, based currently in Toronto. Today we talk about the journey she went through to become who she is today.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial Stories How They Did It-Series

How Tech Entrepreneur Cenus Hinds Built Technology Company in St Vincent and the Grenadines


Today on “How They Did It” I feature Cenus Hinds, a 22-year-old tech entrepreneur from St Vincent and the Grenadines. Cenus is the creative genius behind Konservi, a technology company in the Caribbean responsible for Tapp – a mobile application that shows deals, promotions, and events and allows you to purchase these using credit/debit card payments. This is Cenus story.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs How They Did It-Series Storytelling

How Bahamian Giovanni Errission-Johnson Became a Full Contact Kick Boxer

Bahamian Kickboxer

Today on “How They Did It” I chat with Giovanni Vance Errission-Johnson a full contact kickboxer from the Bahamas currently living and training in Thailand.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs How They Did It-Series Storytelling

How Heidi St. Clair Built An Award Winning Child Care Business in St Lucia

St Clair sitting service

Today on “How they did it” I talk to Heidi St.Clair, the OECS 30 under 30 award-winning entrepreneur and owner of St. Clair Sitting Service in St Lucia. Heidi talks about how she switched from wanting to be a fashion designer to launching her own business based on her love for working with children.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Content Marketing Social Media

For Caribbean People on the Verge of Launching A Project On Social Media

Caribbean social media

On a daily basis, I get invitations to like different pages on Facebook and from friends and contacts. I see various ads in my newsfeed from people trying to increase the likes on their page. But today, does likes on Facebook equate to anything meaningful, I mean at the end of the day, organic reach is so low that whenever you post something does anyone sees it?

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial Stories How They Did It-Series

How Johanan Dujon Built An Agricultural Biotech Company in St Lucia

Johanan Dujon

Today on “How They Did It” I talk to 24 old year St Lucian entrepreneur Johanan Dujon. Founder of Algas Organics, the Caribbean’s first indigenous agriculture biotech company. We talk about his life as a physical education teacher and how he got involved in entrepreneurship and some of the obstacles such as access to finance and age that he had to overcome.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship How They Did It-Series

How Chef Dwight Built a Successful Grenadian Caribbean Restaurant in Toronto.

Chef Dwight the Nutmeg Spot

Whenever I go online, I always see stories about entrepreneurs and how they started their business and only a few of those are from the Caribbean. I believe that as Caribbean people we should start documenting our journey in Entrepreneurship and that’s why I decided to start the “How They Did It” Series and today I feature Chef Dwight from the Nutmeg Spot Toronto. Chef Dwight talks about his journey as an immigrant to Canada and what led to him starting a successful restaurant with his Wife and business partner. Continue reading below to learn how Chef Dwight did it.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Facebook Facebook Advertising

Hey Caribbean Entrepreneurs Facebook Is Out To Get You- Just Kidding, But Am I?

It’s possible that very soon unless you pay to promote a post on Facebook, It will not show up in users newsfeed. Facebook is testing a new feature where it will be separating its news feed. The company recently launched the explore feed, which will contain post from pages that users do not follow. Currently, in the primary news feed, we see posts from friends and pages we do follow.

Read More
Caribbean Entrepreneurs Social Network Storytelling

Hustle beats talent when talent doesn’t hustle- The Tamarind Ball Hustle

Tamrind Ball Hustle

I was about 9 or 10 years old, in primary school (St Andrew Anglican Primary School). I remember on a daily basis, my peers will be selling different things at school at break time. Whether it was candies, cakes, tamarind balls, anything that kids in primary school will buy. The school sold snow ice, so every break time I purchased a snow ice and a cake or something else. One day I asked myself, why do I have to be the one always buying stuff. I wanted to get in on the hustle. There was a big tamarind tree close to my house, so I decided to pick tamarind and make tamarind balls. I asked my mom for one dollar to buy a pound of sugar, and it was game on.

Read More
1 2 3 4