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PURPOSE OF THE SUMMIT AND THEME


"Building Parity By Exploring Non-Traditional &

High-Growth Industries"


The Summit is an open invitation to every government and non-governmental organization with interests to address income equality for women in the Caribbean island-nations.


THEME AND AGENDA -- The Summit's agenda will provide dialogue, a Virtual Round Table, on what is considered Non-Traditional and High-Growth Industries.  The agenda becomes useful to organizations and companies, that wish to augment already-planned methodologies to improve and identify types of industries they are best able to explore for women careers and entrepreneurial pathways.  The countries that are have all-ready in place specific National Strategic Development Plans  allows CSC to align with established goals. 


PROPOSED AGENDA -- This initiative's agenda will target Non-Traditional and High Growth Industries presentations from interested public-private partnerships, that will define what are these industries, and what parameters should be considered vital to realization of the set goals.


INITIATIVE ANNOUNCEMENT LAUNCH -- The announcement date  commemorates International Women's Day first meeting on March 19, 1911 -- wherein participants will meet from both public and private sectors, are able to present highlights of the new initiative is focused on economic development for women in the Caribbean, and in an attempt to align with continuous organizations, who would welcome any assistance Corporate Strategists Corporation is able to provide.


Summit Launching 

110 Years To The Date

March 19, 2021

REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 5, 2021

Second Actual Conference-Summit

May 17-18, 2021 (1-1/2 Days)

PIONEERS OF THE SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS

O​n October 8, 1993, former-President Bill Clinton sent his entourage of three, and contacted and requested additional staff of the economic development arm, from Florida to attend the first semblance of a summit regarding the status of the Caribbean: Caribbean Business Development Summit, ’93 was hosted, the Keynote Speaker was to be the Late-Ron Brown, US Secretary of Commerce; he had an emergency meeting and Mr. Wilbur Hawkins, Deputy Secretary of Commerce, came to the event in his stead. Shortly after the event, Mr. Brown called and asked that we meet on his way from Cartagena, Colombia. 


This was the onset of the annually held, Summit of the Americas.  History is about to repeat itself!


The topic was about the announcement of the Summit of the Americas, which our company had pioneered. Suffice this to say, we remain indebted to Mr. Clinton for assisting us in the inaugural event, which has become one of the most renowned annual event regarding business development for the region.

 Exploring Horizons . . . Click On Buttons 

International!

National!

 Caribbean!

GENDER CHALLENGES

 -- Income Inequality -- 


“Income inequality in the Caribbean remains high, despite significant progress the region has made in reducing poverty over the past few years. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) [World Bank Group] works to foster inclusive growth, boost innovation, and strengthen regional integration.”


Majority of the Caribbean island-nations governments have provided insights on their plans toward productivity improvement for their sovereignty. These are, on the average, called National Strategic Plans. It is with knowledge of the communication instruments that this initiative is predicated.


What would be the outcome for additional input on how USAID, IDA and other funding resources can be accessed for gender-gap feasibility studies and enforcement alternatives?

About Our Keynote Participants

Learn About Non-Traditional 

& High-Growth Industries

ALIGNED WITH CARIBBEAN ISLAND-NATIONS 

NATIONAL STRATEGIC PLANS



(As of the Writing of the Information)

Caribbean Population 2021:  43,735,525

Approximately 30 to 50 percent of African-Caribbean families are headed by a female (Jamaica: 33.8%; Barbados: 42.9%; Grenada: 45.3%) (Massiah 1982). It is estimated that 60 percent of children grow up in two-parent homes, and 30 percent live in households where they are raised exclusively by their mothers. This is just one of the many world-recognized organizations who are aligned with diffusing information regarding this mission -- (Read more . . . Caribbean Family Structure)


Each National Strategic Plan can be found on the official government websites; each of these documents has prioritized women-gender equality, and programs are in place to execute goals. One alternative that could be encouraged, relates to creating incentives via training, exposure, and specific actions that will goad women into high-paying skill-sets that will, over time, enhance income levels. One method is to target non-traditional and high growth industries that would be best fitted to each indigenous society.  

MOVING GREATNESS INTO SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES

"ZOOM IN"

 IT’S A NEW DAWN, A NEW DAY, AND HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL!

The initiative relates to a long-term endeavor, to be actualized over a 4- to 5-year time frame.  Ideally, CSC will be working with the private and public sectors, (e.g., IDA funding, colleges and universities, etc.), if the goals are to be actualized. The Inaugural Summit will be followed by the second phase to be held May 17-18, 2021, a 2-day event, during Small Business Development Week (May 16-22, 2021), wherein specific plans and checklists will be established, and hopefully, align with long-term objectives and goals.


The Proclamation is our way of starting the itemization of “The Summit” agenda's goals, objectives, and mission. The key presenters will be able to provide insight on specific areas listed in the Proclamation.

Join  Us In Moving Forward At  . . .  

"Inaugural Virtual 

Summit on Caribbean Women Economic Development" 

THE SUMMIT'S LEARNING OUTCOMES

(Subject Matter And Tentative Agenda)


  • Mission Statement for "Summit on Caribbean Women Economic Development"
  • Overview:  World Bank, IDA, IFC, UN Initiatives
  • Definition of Non-Traditional Industries | Advanced Mfg.
  • Definition of High-Growth Industries | Non-Profit Health Care
  • Gender Inequality Across The Caribbean
  • Strategic Developments Plans Implementation Strategies
  • Action Plans for Enforcing The Established Goals



SPEAKERS CONFIRMATION FORTHCOMING

REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH  5, 2021

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