Dr. Noel Watson Chairman and CEO of A-Z Information Jamaica Limited to present at Businessuite Women Manifest the Foreseen in 2019 Think Tank Conference
Businessuite Women’s session on Creating Multiple Streams of Income is a learning circle that guides attendees through a mind mapping process which fosters the identification of potential additional income sources; the benefits of residual income; and how to monetize personal skills and expertise in today’s global marketplace.
This session is scheduled for Thursday March 28th 2019 2pm – 4pm at Eden Gardens Wellness Resort & Spa. 39 Lady Musgrave Road New Kingston, Jamaica
The mission of the Businessuite Women Manifest the Foreseen in 2019 Think Tank Conference is to provide tools and strategies that attendees can readily use to make notable progress in the attainment of career and finance goals. Too often, even when an individual has clear career or finance goals, they lack the tools and skills required to achieve envisioned results. The aim is for attendees to leave the conference with at least one tool and takeaway that is realistically actionable and supports manifestation of desired results or at least supports achievement of initial progress.
Dr. Noel Watson is Chairman and CEO of A-Z Information Jamaica Limited, which is a consulting and information firm operating in the Caribbean. Much of his work has focused on business development and trade related issues in the Caribbean.
His consultancy work on the removal of restrictions to the free movement of services and capital was important to the establishment of the CARICOM Single Market that officially came into being in early 2006. He is a trainer in business planning and proposal writing.
He has organized successful missions to the EU and French Caribbean for business persons and service providers. He has conducted consultancy assignments for regional and international development partners including the CDB, Caribbean Export, the CARICOM Secretariat, the OTN, EU, USAID, CIDA, IDB, OAS, GIZ, UNECLAC and UNDP. He has taught a course at the University of the West Indies and is also the Chairman of Ebiz-ProTrain which is a local company that carries out training for MSMEs.
He is an avid follower of sport and represented Jamaica in squash at the national level.