A good business idea can come at any time and from just about anywhere. For many they start out as a pastime, a special skill, or a hobby they picked up that eventually metamorphized into an entrepreneurial pursuit. This last sentence describes the early beginnings of Makeda Morrison’s ‘Copper and Thread’ crochet design business.
Second year law student Ree-Anna Robinson flew the Jamaican flag high in New York at the United Nations where she made the case for more to be done for the education and mental health needs of the nation’s youth.
There’s a popular saying that goes ‘In every crisis there’s an opportunity’. And on this week’s Jamaica Made we hear the story of Levian Sharpe and how in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic she started her own skincare product line called Vilahks.
In this edition of Jamaica Made, Claudine Campbell-Bryan shares the secret to ‘Scentre Yourself’.
Our featured business owner – Sandre Malcolm, is passionate about meeting people where they are and getting them to where he wants them to be, while delivering value to them.
If you’ve been shopping but you just cant seem to find what you want in a store, what would you do? For many the answer may be to just keep searching and hope you eventually stumble into the right store, but for the founders of Femme Fatale JA, they saw a business opportunity.
Imagine trying to change your diet but struggling to understand what to eat, or recipes to make the transition easier and fun. The reason for the change may vary from doctors’ orders or you want to try something new.
Jo-Ann Richards Goffe knows this situation very well, and has a solution for you, especially if you are thinking about going vegan. And the beauty about it is that she has it all written down in a book
It takes a certain kind of moxie to open a business during a pandemic. Today’s guest from Charis Café did just that!
On this edition of Jamaica Made, we highlight Schooltonz Visual and Interactive Design Studios, run by David Martin.