AfricanCaribbean Businesses Matter
Early Nigerian migration to Ireland consisted primarily of businesspeople, especially in the fishing industry (Irish-exported mackerel is widely consumed in Nigeria). Other early migrants included medical students, who had intended to return to Nigeria after completing their courses, but ended up staying in Ireland.
In these times of racial and social importance there are discussions to be heard, I am on the point of building African Caribbean Irish Owned Business Economy, and the idea am raising now is to fist open our mouth peace by creating , a media platform "WORD OF MOUTH", The best medicine for promoting business. This will help us, to raise our voices, to sensitize others voices in broadcasting the business creativity in our community, and put some money in our pockets, rotate it in our community and make it count.
I want to use my platform to create the highest percentage of Africans Caribbeans to know the true Africa continent. Our History; Our Nature; Our Culture; Our Economy; Our Community; Our Opportunities!! It's Now or Never!!
So let start Sharing and Liking holders to make this mission accomplished, this is just the beginning, we must create our economy, we must occupy all business on the continent to build the world's largest Economy, this will be our way to command because I believe we are being oppressed because we don't stand our economy, and those who try to invest are always sole investors, you can't speak for the continent alone but we can start by speaking for African Caribbean Irish Owned Businesses.
So we need one big voice from South to North from East to West business wise, political wise, cultures wise. Africa is ours.
Investment into African Caribbean Irish-owned businesses in disconnected communities! Exploring with the mission of promoting & preserving the business interests of African and Caribbean entrepreneurs living here in Ireland with a global interest and breaking through the mainstream market in Ireland. What is our role in Ireland, why does #AfricanBusinessesMatter? from around 1996, during Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" period of rapid economic expansion and labour shortages, some Nigerian workers were recruited from overseas by Irish companies, while others came to the country, seeking either opportunities for jobs, or to set up niche businesses aimed at other African migrants providing goods. We need to become a game changer and change the face of business, entrepreneur and the African Caribbean economy in Ireland due to the numbers of us living in the country and the potential capacity we have Nigerians in Ireland; According to the 2011 census, there were 17,642 resident Nigerians in Ireland, representing a 9.67% change over the 2006 figures of 16,300 Nigerian born people resident in Ireland. We constitute the largest African group in the country. Early Nigerian migration to Ireland consisted primarily of business-people, especially in the fishing industry (Irish-exported mackerel is widely consumed in Nigeria). Other early migrants included medical students, who had intended to return to Nigeria after completing their courses, but ended up staying in Ireland.
Reason to join us in supporting African Caribbean Irish owned business today by closing the Racial Wealth Gap; Strengthens Local Economies. When small businesses flourish, so do our communities flourish and our economy power growth nourish the community and create extraordinary opportunities for generations and descendants fostering job creation; Embrace our culture in projecting, profiling a positive image that serves the community; Create visibility and allow representation in terms of wealth, power, voice, productivity, eliminate discrimination and proclaim excellence
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