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Branson Centre Official Entrepreneur, Allison Harrison has been in our programme for more than 2 years! Hear what she has to say about her experience with us. http://ow.ly/4nfLBX. Don't forget that you can sign up to join our programme here
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Read how Branson Centre Official Entrepreneur, Tarik Zawdie Kiddoe is saving lives by taking motorcycle safety 'back to basics'. http://ow.ly/4nd2Mg
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Our workshop on Bookkeeping happens in the BVI on Wednesday May 4th! Tell a friend! Admission is free. Register here http://ow.ly/4nb5FM
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The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship - Caribbean is recruiting for new entrepreneurs in Jamaica! Are you an entrepreneur looking to grow your business? Sign up by May 19 for our online training here: http://ow.ly/4n5ncI
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It's Earth Day! Read this letter to to the Earth in honour of #EarthDay http://ow.ly/4mZgfH
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We're saying hello to our Jamaican participants on our online training platform! We hope that you're in the final stages of refining your Business Pitch Deck! Don't forget that all submissions are due to be uploaded on the Proseeder platform by Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 11:59 pm. Good luck to everyone!
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We definitely want to shout-out our Jamaican Official Entrepreneurs who are competing in Season 2 of NCB Capital Quest. Good luck to Bliss Bridal Boutique , DeJaFrut and The Vinelist. Tune in on Tuesdays at 8:30 pm on TVJ to see who wins!! http://ow.ly/4mUOhc
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Are you interested in learning how to apply project-based thinking to your business? Need help in executing projects efficiently in your workplace? Register for our workshop on Project Management. It happens on Saturday, May 28, 2016 at the Spanish Court Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica. Admission is $5000 and $3000 for Branson Centre Official Entrepreneurs. Register here http://ow.ly/4nfzDU
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Our Branson Centre Official Entrepreneurs in Jamaica continue to make us proud! Congrats again to Allison Turner of The Sorrel Harvesting Machine, Turner Innovat... and Marie Wilson of DeJaFrut who have been named the National Baking Company Bold Ones of 2016! http://ow.ly/4na9dJ
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Hi everyone. Thanks to the persons who notified us about an error message on our website. The problem has been fixed so head on over and sign up for online training to become a Branson Centre Official Entrepreneur in Jamaica! We're recruiting until May 19th. Click here http://ow.ly/4nassj
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By joining the Branson Centre Official Entrepreneur Programme you'll access all the resources you need to grow your business. We're recruiting until May 19th! Sign up for our online training programme here: http://ow.ly/4na9Ku
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No caption necessary. Happy Friday entrepreneurs!
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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.