On the heels of his recent visit to the Caribbean, U.S.
President Barack Obama has launched the Young Leaders of the Americas
Initiative whereby young, emerging entrepreneurs in Central
America and the Caribbean will have the opportunity to expand on their
business ideas through a stream of ongoing support via mentorship, and
networking and investment opportunities.
Students across the country have until June 25, 2015 to
submit their 250-word essays to qualify for OneUnited Bank’s
“I Got Bank!” contest. The nation's largest Black-owned bank, OneUnited is in the business
of promoting financial literacy for urban youth. Here, we caught up with Teri Williams, bank president and author, to talk about the contest.
Oftentimes, Americans assume everyone speaks English--or at least
should. But in the international business world, it's a good idea to be
bi- or multilingual. Whether you're in the corporate world or you own your own business, there are many benefits to learning another language - or two.
The U.S. Department of Energy and Jamaica’s Ministry of Science,
Technology, Energy, and Mining signed a statement of intent in Jamaica
today to advance their shared interest in sustainable energy. Areas of
potential cooperation between the two countries include energy
conservation and efficiency, energy infrastructure, micro grids and
energy storage, fuel diversification, and energy policy.
Today’s tech-savvy consumers are easily comparing your brand to the
competition online by using their smartphones, computer pads, and other
state of the art mobile devices. The 2015 annual study by Global
Consumer Pulse Research (GCPR) – reported by Accenture – found that
modern consumers have been switching brands 29 percent more often over
the past five years.