January 22, 2017

Page Yaneek FPExecutive Director of WEConnect International in the Caribbean Yaneek Page recently shared advice on how and why small businesses should create advisory boards in a recent article in The Gleaner. Writes Page:

"A large number of businesses rely exclusively on a single individual, usually the sole proprietor, for strategic management, governance and all aspects of leadership. That individual is typically the businesses' sole source of knowledge, expertise and experience to influence critical decision-making.

It is an extremely tall order for any one person to fulfill. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that when compared to a company with a well-functioning, qualified and effective board of directors, a small business with no board is likely at a significant disadvantage."

Read the article.

January 13, 2017

Symposium2016FPWEConnect International certified women business owners, how would you like to have your business featured at the WEConnect International Global Supplier Diversity and Inclusion Symposium or Gala in March?  

Please create a 60-seconds (or less) video showcasing how we have been of value to you and your WEConnect International certified women's business enterprise and post it on our Facebook page:  

Please note that all postings are reviewed by WEConnect International staff before going live, so you will not see the video go up immediately.  

For those who do not have access to Facebook, please send and email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a link to where the video is saved and we will post it on our page after reviewing.  

The deadline for entries is February 16, 2017, so act fast!

January 12, 2017

Free Online Event: How to Have a Less Stressful 2017 - Effective Ways to Handle Stress

Date and Time: Monday, January 23, 2017 - 12:00 to 13:00 GMT

Stress is an interpretation of what is happening to us. It’s our thoughts and the story we tell ourselves about an event or circumstance that create the emotional upset, racing heart rate, shallow breathing, surging adrenalin and other symptoms of the stress response.