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Entrepreneurship Revolution is the talk show that is hosted by entrepreneur and educator, Dr. Hayward Derrick Horton!!! We discuss cutting-edge and contemporary issues on entrepreneurship, self-employment and small business development!!! Feel free to leave messages on the Blogtalk message board or visit our website, www.entrepreneurshiprevolution.com !!!!
Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle on Women in Business Radio at 11:00 am EST. where she talks about "Balancing Entrepreneurship and Divorce." Here Dr. Cottle will share her experiences working with clients as a mentor, Business Coach and Entrepreneur Trainer.
Dr. Cottle has chosen this topic because throughout her career, she has met several women who have had to deal with divorce and recreate a life for themselves. She has found that "many women are able to overcome a divorce but many allow the challenges to prevent them from moving forward. Some women are also marginal in their business when their husbands were present; and when he left he took with him the skills-set required to run and manage a business - - and she is now left with having to rethink if she will continue to be an entrepreneur." "She also has to identify the skills-sets that she may need. This generally entails having to engage in education and training to get her skills-sets to where she will need in. She often gets into an entrepreneurial venture; not necessarilly like the one she had with her husband, but a totaly new one."
Dr. Cottle hopes that this episode of "Balancing Entrepreneurship and Divorce" will be enlightening and that it will empower you to take control of your life to move on."
The impact of women’s entrepreneurship cannot be ignored. Around the world women are starting businesses at incredibly high rates, resulting in increased revenue and job creation in the world’s economies.
Yet while women, particularly women of color, have proven themselves to be successful businesswomen, barriers to their economic empowerment continue to exist. Although women of color started companies at three times the rate of other women in 2010, their average revenue was less than 25 percent of businesses owned by white men.
The 2009 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor stated that Guatemala was the sixth highest in the world and fourth in Latin America for the Rate of Early Entrepreneurship. Today you'll hear three entrepreneurs talk about their journeys into entrepreneurship and their current work in Guatemala.
Luis Aguilar is an Ashoka fellow and social entrepreneur who founded Bakabs. Bakabs is a network of small and medium tourism enterprises focusing on rural areas of Guatemala. Hotels, restaurants, transport and entertainment venues work together with artists and artisans creating economic, social and cultural development in the Guatemalan countryside.
Mark Jacobson worked in the hospitality industry and then became a business advisor and investor in several Central American firms. He has a BS from Cornell University. Four years ago, he co-founded Pomona Impact and now works to grow an impact investment 'ecosystem' that will provide financial and technical support to early stage impact businesses in Meso America.
Maria Rodriguez graduated from Istmo University, Guatemala City and in 2011 completed her Sustainable Rural Development Masters degree from Flacso Guatemala. In 2007 she founded ByoEarth, a social venture that promotes vermiculture in vulnerable areas of Latin America. She was an Unreasonable Fellow and in 2012 she completed the Agora Partnerships business accelerator. She currently works in partnership with Technoserve and Fundación Junkabal to promote vermiculture as a sustainable livelihood for women in extreme poverty.
In today's economy, there are a lot of people exploring the option of entreprenership. Some drivers of this exploration is corporate restructuring, malcontent with your current job or wanting to see if that idea you've had for years can be turned into a business. Becasue entrepreneurship is a hot and trending topic, most examples are of successful entrepreneurs. However, in this month's show, titled "Entrepreneurship - The Other Side", we will explore, are you disciplined enough to do what is required of your business when its required? To help us with the other side is serial entrepreneur, author, business consultant, advisor, speaker and USAToday columnist Ms. Gladys Edmunds. Be sure to follow Ms. Edmunds USAToday column "Entrepreneurial Tightrope". Hear about the other side Wednesday, April 30th, 2014, 2pm/3pm(CST/EST). Follow show hashtag #4DPRadio.
This is a pre-recorded show & not available for call-in. Creator & Executive Producer, Dexter Martin, Co-Producer, Sheila Henley
About The “HotSpot” Radio Show w/Dexter: The “HotSpot” Radio Show w/ Dexter is a current events news show focusing on the “hot” & trending topics, people are talking about. The host, Dexter Martin, is a senior public relations professional and the founder and principal of 4DPR Strategies, a boutique PR firm based in Chicago. The “HotSpot” hits on BlogTalkRadio, the last Wednesday of the month.
Tune in and listen to an interview with author, Dr. Glen Laman, as he discusses his new, authorative book:"Jamaican Entrepreneurship" on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 11 a.m. Learn about the characteristics, traits and ideas underlying the success of some of the island’s most accomplished entrepreneurs.
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The iCAN (Caribbean Author's Network) Radio Show is hosted by Lena Joy Rose, Executive Editor and Publisher at Minna Press.- a one-stop resource to assist authors in writing, editing, publishing and marketing their books.
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