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Edvin Thompson’s latest collection celebrates cultures while simultaneously cultivating a new legion of admirers. As creative director of Theophilio, Edvin Thompson has launched an impressive clothing brand for men and women that celebrates the intricacies of his cultural identities and ideology to design eco-conscious apparel doubling

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Dear Women in Business, What’s the point of being rich in likes and follows and poor in your bank account?  It’s an all-too-common problem that many entrepreneurs face. Is it an inevitable consequence of the business journey or is there a better way?  I want you

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Develop a plan The final part of the series addresses a fundamental element that brings all your actions together - develop a plan. Everything worth doing right starts with a plan. You plan get-togethers, vacations, diets, etc so why not plan your finances as well? Whether it’s

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Manage your spending If you’ve been following our series, so far we’ve talked about cash flow management and diversification of income. In this third part of the series, let’s talk about spending. When talking about financial success, we can’t only talk about income, we have to talk

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César DeLeön Ramîrez grew up between inner-city New York City and the island of Puerto Rico amidst hairspray and rollers in his family’s hair salon. An artistic maverick, César was determined to carve a long-lasting space for himself within the beauty and fashion world early

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All over the world, tourism workers are leaving the industry to find more lucrative and flexible opportunities elsewhere, warned Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett, at the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA’s) Travel Marketplace in Puerto Rico on October 3rd. The Caribbean, as the

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The fashion industry has experienced a transformative shift within the last two years, with the global pandemic forcing every sector of business to re-examine and recalibrate how and where it does business. One of the more pressing issues is diversity and the fashion business in

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Moving away from home [the British Virgin Islands] and being accepted into a tertiary institution is the pinnacle of adulthood for some students. Often when we think of a young person shipping off to school, we think of the experience as a luxury, a privilege.

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