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@findpatria has reintroduced her Paradise Plum flavour for her Sweetie line. Look out for the pretty packaging http://ow.ly/RrCe9
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It's almost time to start recruiting a new cohort. Find out what it takes to become a Branson Centre Entrepreneur http://ow.ly/RglQP
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Companies Office of Jamaica working hard to eliminate bureaucracy & red tape. How will this help Jamaican entreps? http://ow.ly/RbWzM
The Companies Office of Jamaica (COJ), which adopted the executive agency model 16 years ago, is today making major strides as it aims for world-class standards in service delivery.The COJ had been challenged by the Government to transform a public-...
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BCoEC has partnered with Diageo to offer Mentorship support to their Learning for Life Project Entrepreneur Programme. 13 BCoEC Official Entrepreneurs have been assigned to mentor 13 Project Entrepreneurs over the next 6 months. BCoEC will manage the Mentorship Programme. Training and Mixer event held on Tuesday was the official start of the mentorship partnerships.
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Junior Stock Exchange says entrepreneurs should look to them as a way to raise funds for their business. Do you agree http://ow.ly/R1wpN
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Branson's business initiative scores big in JA http://ow.ly/R1j0X
KINGSTON, Jamaica Observer - Richard Branson and Virgin Unite-founded Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship-Caribbean (BCOEC) has launched a non-academic online skills training programme to increase i...
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The Right Steps to Growing Your Business http://ow.ly/Rgmd5
How do you grow a business from micro to small to medium to large? It's a question that may baffle the most revered and prominent CEOs in Jamaica today.Years ago, I had the good fortune of being invited to a business mentoring dinner hosted by the...
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Minister Hylton calls for small bus. owners to formalise operations, in order to benefit from the various initiatives http://ow.ly/RglKg
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Even The Smithsonian is getting in on crowdfunding http://ow.ly/RbVGL now they can restore Neil Armstrong's spacesuit
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#Throwbackthursday #tbt to the 1st cover of our B Inspired Ezine with @richardbranson on the cover
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Excellence is never an accident. #bransoncentreca #entrepreneur
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Scaling businesses...Erupting positive change...Supporting entrepreneurs!
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We ignite businesses to operate in a sustainable and socially responsible way to improve livelihoods and transform the world. Opened in Montego Bay, Jamaica by Sir Richard Branson in September 2011, the Centre is a hub for budding entrepreneurs who gain access to knowledge, markets, networks and resources through a dynamic and practical business training and support programme. Our peer and partnership network assists them to grow their operations, and form valuable personal relationships and business linkages. They also receive ongoing support in the form of mentorship, coaching, expert guidance and information exchange. Branson Centre entrepreneurs are selected through a rigorous recruitment process used to identify the most passionate and socially minded visionaries who use “business as a force for good” and act as change-makers in their community. By supporting the development of small and growing businesses, the Centre helps to create jobs and contribute to the economy in the Caribbean region. We do not act as a charity, but rather, think and operate very much like many of our entrepreneurs do – as an innovative, passion-driven & positively disruptive social enterprise.