The Caribbean Business Alliance Presents the First Lady of Guyana Luncheon
Luncheon Sponsored by Caribbean Cargo DC Honors Her Excellency Sandra Granger
The Caribbean Business Alliance (CBA) of the Washington, D.C. metro area honors Her Excellency Sandra Granger for charitable networking with the First Lady of Guyana Luncheon on Saturday the 30th of June from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Hyattsville, Maryland.
This luncheon raises funds for Her Excellency, The First Lady of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Mrs. Sandra Granger, in support of Guyana’s Women Across Differences (WAD) Program. Guests will network with Caribbean nationals, dignitaries, and business owners based in the Washington, D.C. metro area. WAD is “a national network of women and women’s organizations committed to individual and social transformation in Guyana”.
Kojo Nnamdi of WAMU to host Caribbean Business Alliance Power of Networking Event
For the entrepreneur or business owner attending the Caribbean Business Alliance networking event on September 20, 2017, at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Centre, Maryland University, the benefits fall into the acronym GAMES:
Gaining Marketing Insight
Attracting New Customers
Meeting Potential Business Partners
Enhancing Brand Credibility, and
Showcasing Industry Knowledge
As an entrepreneur or business owner, one could hardly be described as risk-averse and no doubt one must have learned to appreciate the value of a sense of humour, of return on investment, and hopefully, to learn at the event, the value of return on finish. Your investment in attending this event can be enormous. It is for this reason that Caribbean Business Alliance took great care in the selection of their keynote speaker, Dr. George C. Fraser, and Guest speaker Mr. Wintley Phipps, but also in the selection of their host Mr. Kojo Nnamdi.
Wintley Phipps will share the Dynamics of a Dream at the Power of Networking Event at the University of Maryland
As an entrepreneur or business owner, what are you essentially working on, if not a dream? Yes a dream, a cherished aspiration or ambition. This aspiration or ambition might even manifest as a dream during sleep with images of what the venture or business might become. Converting a dream into action is what makes the difference between the surviving and the thriving business. This is exactly what the Caribbean Business Alliance holds as its aim on September 20th, 2017, with its Power of Networking Symposium at the Samuel Riggs IV Centre, University of Maryland.
Entrepreneurs and business owners attending the Power of Networking Symposium will learn about attracting new customers, gaining marketing insight, and enhancing brand credibility.
Hurricane Irma Survivors to Receive Support from the Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance
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LANHAM, Md. – Sept. 12, 2017 – The Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance (CDRRA) announces its launch and organizes disaster relief from the chaos following Hurricane Irma.
On Friday September 8, 2017, approximately 100 community leaders joined forces with the support of U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Association at the home of well-known mechanical engineer, carnival organizer and Image Band leader, Loughton Sargeant. The result was the formation of the Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance (CDRRA). CDRRA is an alliance of nonprofits, businesses and professionals dedicated to collaborating and assisting in the execution of disaster relief efforts in the Caribbean.
The Caribbean Business Alliance (CBA) also plans to make a plea for aid to victims of Hurrican Irma during its power-networking event on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 — ‘Experience the Power of Networking — at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. Business owners will be encouraged to donate to cover the cost of logistics and warehousing of shipments enroute to the Caribbean.
Business Networking Guru Dr. George C. Fraser brings the Power of Networking to the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area
Here is an opportunity, and of course entrepreneurs and business owners embrace opportunities. It is an opportunity to decide to attend or not to attend the upcoming networking event being hosted by The Caribbean Business Alliance at the University of Maryland.
As entrepreneurs and business owners, there is an appreciation of the long tireless journey that has begun and lies ahead. Let’s face two things: 1) it is an obstacle course that many fail to finish, and 2) along the journey, there is a road less travelled. If you have a desire to go beyond that Return On Investment (ROI) and desire to journey toward the Return On Finishing (ROF), where what was started can be handed over for continuation, and if you have a desire to learn some key business essentials that will help you earn bigger and better, then be assured that The Caribbean Business Alliance networking event at 6 PM on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center at University of Maryland, is an investment waiting for you.
The Caribbean Business Alliance welcomes you to Experience the Power of Networking
For Caribbean business owners and other entrepreneurs in the Mid-Atlantic Region who seek to expand their market reach, The Caribbean Business Alliance (CBA) aims to provide a mutually beneficial networking platform.
To mark the launch of The Caribbean Business Alliance, a networking mixer will be presented to business owners in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Experience the Power of Networking is an event taking place on Wednesday, the 20th of September from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center on the University of Maryland – College Park Campus. This inaugural event offers a premier networking platform for entrepreneurs seeking to expand their business knowledge and learn from the successes of business mentors.
The initiative was founded by Caribbean Cargo DC, Gabriel Christian & Associates and Lockhart’s Insurance Services.The three firms jointly developed this marketing platform which presents networking opportunities for business owners of Caribbean descent and those serving the Caribbean community both in the Mid-Atlantic and abroad.