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Your Road Map to creating your own business from scratch & waking up everyday living the life you love

If you are ready to CREATE YOUR OWN SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS this is the workshop for you! This introductory training programme teaches you how to formulate new & innovative business ideas while providing the ultimate road map for achieving business success. The workshop is specially designed to help you move from idea to opening, covering all the essentials for profitable business operations.

By the end of the training you will learn the secrets to launching a “red hot” start-up on a budget.


You’re an individual who desires to be an entrepreneur, have greater control over your income & own your life but you have no idea where and how to get started. By the end of the course you will have the motivation, knowledge and ‘tried & proven’ tools needed to create your own business doing what you enjoy on your time and terms


- Understand how to identify & evaluate great business opportunities

- Learn how to prepare a winning elevator pitch

- Learn how to find & develop a market for your company

- Identify & avoid start-up ‘killers’


The course is delivered online via a series of recorded videos which cover the following 8 modules:

Module 1: Definition of an Entrepreneur

Module 2: How to Generate Great Business Ideas

Module 3: Types of Research

Module 4: The Business Planning Process

Module 5: Building a Successful Brand

Module 6: Product Refinement

Module 7: The Pitch

Module 8: Funding

Upon purchase you receive instant access to the course which you can go through at your own pace over and over again.

Click here to Visit Yaneek Page and sign up


YANEEK PAGE is the founder and managing director of Future Services International Limited (FSIL), a pioneering company in legal funding, litigant support and enterprise risk management training in Jamaica. She is also a trainer in entrepreneurship & workforce innovation and the creator & executive producer of The Innovators TV show.

In December 2012 Yaneek was an awardee of the Gleaner/PSOJ 50UnderFifty awards which honoured business leaders under fifty years old shaping Jamaica’s future. She was also the region one winner in the 2011 NCB Nation Builder Awards, in the category Women in Business.

Highlighted as one of the “Most Inspiring Women of 2008” by the Jamaica Observer’s All Woman magazine and an entrepreneur “Under 40 and Moving Jamaica Forward” by the Sunday Gleaner in 2010, Yaneek was the recipient of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies Scholarship (2003). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Studies and a Master of Science degree in Social Policy. In 2004 she created history at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies by graduating at the top of her class and copping all the awards for that year, including the Most Outstanding Research Paper, the Most Outstanding Social Policy Student, and the Overall Most Outstanding Student and Award of Degree with Distinction.

Yaneek has represented Jamaica in the US Department of State’s prestigious International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP), focusing on entrepreneurship and small business development. In October 2011 she was a special invitee at the Pathways to Prosperity Women Entrepreneurial Network Event hosted by United States Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Yaneek is the founder of the Young Professionals Network of Jamaica, The Immediate Past President of the Women Business Owners Jamaica, a former vice president of the Young Entrepreneurs Association of Jamaica and a former Executive member of the PSOJ. She is an official representative of WEConnect Jamaica, a global network of women in business. She also serves on the Executive of the Women Entrepreneurs Network Caribbean, which is a regional network of women in business spanning 10 Caribbean countries.

She has been happily married for over 8 years and has two children with her husband Kevin.

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