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“Immigrants are vital to New York State’s sustained economic growth,” said Jorge I. Montalvo, Director of the New York State Office for New Americans. “We encourage all New Americans interested in starting or expanding a small business to attend one of these seminars to gain the skills needed in the current economic climate.” (read more)
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Staten Island Jamaica organization formed in Port Richmond. . . (read more on NY1)
MEET DELMY DEL CID
PR & Marketing Associate Intern - CaribVoiceRadio
Delmy Del Cid is a twenty-one year old student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She migrated to the United States at the age of five years old and grew up in the south Bronx with her parents and younger brother. Born in Guatemala, her parents decided that migrating to the United States of America would provide her and her brother with a better future than remaining in Guatemala.
Her main hobby is playing soccer, a game which she has played since she was approximately eight years old and began by playing for a local co-ed team. She later started playing for clubs, her high school team and then college soccer. Soccer has opened many doors for Delmy; namely giving her access to a full scholarship for a division one college soccer team in Syracuse, New York, where she received her Associates degree in Accounting. This sport has taught her leadership, loyalty, honesty, friendship and obedience. She was always able to maintain a good leadership role because she was captain of her high school team and club teams. (read more)
Join Aubry Padmore, on Elevate Entrepreneur Monday, November 30, 2015 for an interview with Teresa Oliver, author "Again, David’s Having Distractions"
Teresa Oliver was born in Gary, Indiana, but she considers herself to be an Atlanta native. She has been in the city for almost 30 years. Although Teresa grew up with two very supportive parents, she was raised in a single parent home by her mother Judy Lovette.
As a young child, Teresa often expressed her creative side through singing and dancing. She was involved in several girl singing groups, and was in chorus from second grade through her senior year in high school. Also as a young child, the author attended Marlene Rounds Dance School in inner city Atlanta. She studied ballet, tap, jazz, and Afro-centric dance. As Teresa was getting older, her mother moved her and her older sister to the suburbs in hopes to provide a better life and for them to have a better education.
Shortly after high school, Teresa gave birth to her son Jayden Oliver. During this time, Teresa discovered her true passion- education. Teresa began her freshman year at Clayton State University in 2005, as an education major. After considering the teacher education program, she decided that education was too rigid and she wanted something with more flexibility. Therefore, she changed her major to psychology. Shortly after graduating, she decided to re-enroll at Clayton State University for a Master’s degree in Applied Developmental Psychology.
Before entering the program, Teresa spent one year as a teacher at a school for students who had unique learning profiles or who were formally labeled “learning disabled.” Shortly after working there, she noticed that many, if not all, of the children were not learning disabled. They simply had a unique way of viewing the world and learning. She knew then it was her job and duty to understand their minds. She also began to notice her son struggling in school.
Teresa wanted to use the knowledge she gained in the Master’s program and combine it with her creative writing skills to tell a story. She wanted students who were struggling, whether academically, physically, socially, or emotionally, to have someone or something that they could relate to. Teresa believes, “As a society, we make big deals of individuals who are the best or those who are number one, and we have empathy for those disabilities that are easily seen or easily detected. However, it is the invisible `disabilities’ that are swept under the rug and overlooked.” So her first novel is for those individuals! visit Teresa's page on caribvoiceradio
Join Us on a special segment of
Elevate Entrepreneurs Radio Show
on Wednesday November 18, 2015 at 3pm, Est for a special interview with David Meerman Scott, Author "The New Rules of Marketing & PR"
Marketing & Sales Strategist – Generating Attention & Growing Business in a Real-Time World
Our always-on, Web-driven world has new rules for competing and growing business. Advance planning is out – agile is IN! Those who embrace new ways will be far more successful than those who stay stuck and afraid to change. No one knows more about using the new Real-Time tools and strategies to spread ideas, influence minds and build business than David Meerman Scott. It’s his specialty.
David Meerman Scott is an internationally acclaimed strategist whose books and blog are must-reads for professionals seeking to generate attention in ways that grow their business. Scott’s advice and insights help people, products and organizations stand out, get noticed and capture hearts and minds. He is author or co-author of ten books – three are international bestsellers. The New Rules of Marketing & PR, now in its 5th edition, has been translated into 26 languages and is used as a text in hundreds of universities and business schools worldwide. It is a modern business classic with over 350,000 copies sold so far. Scott also authored Real-Time Marketing & PR, a Wall Street Journal bestseller, Newsjacking,World Wide Rave, and the new hit book The New Rules of Sales & Service. He co-authored Marketing the Moon(now in pre-production as a feature-length film titled The Men Who Sold the Moon) and Marketing Lessons from The Grateful Dead.
Visit David's page on caribvoiceradio
The rules of marketing & PR have changed. Now buyers are finding answers to their problems online. They search Google, read online portals and news sites and are active on social media like Facebook and Twitter. Your buyers watch YouTube videos, listen to bloggers’ advice and opinions, and visit company websites. Are you reaching them?
David Meerman Scott is a keynote speaker available for presentations at corporate events and conferences. As a leadership speaker, he presents to audiences all over the world on the ways to generate attention and build business. His BusinessWeek bestselling book The New Rules of Marketing & PR form the basis of his hot topic as a marketing speaker.
Scott’s ideas on social media are popular around the world. His book The New Rules of Marketing & PR is being published in 24 languages and Scott is a well-known social media speaker, having presented in dozens of countries.
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NACC, AAICC & HAICC
For Immediate Release
Green Business Summit offers the unique opportunity to do good for oneself, mankind, the environment and their bottom line
NY, NY: - The inaugural and annual Green Business Summit comes to New York City on Thursday, November 19, 2015 at BNY Mellon with a dynamic and diverse lineup of guest speakers. The day kicks off with a VIP Welcome Breakfast headlined by the Presidential Candidate for the Green Party, Dr. Jill Stein. Other expected esteemed guest speakers include Hon. Scott Stringer, NYC Comptroller. In addition to the VIP Welcome Breakfast, featured at the Green Business Summit there will be an exhibiting floor, educational seminars, green trade & wildlife tourism investment opportunities, natural and organic health and beauty products, and raffles and giveaways.