The YLAI Network’s series on Davila Kafe founder David Davila continues with advice on how to build a brand and a community outside of the transaction.
The YLAI Network’s series on David Davila continues with his experiences working with an accelerator and how they can help emerging entrepreneurs.
The YLAI Network profiles Dávila Kafe founder David Dávila on his innovative coffee company that honors his family trade of coffee producing.
Misinformation is dangerous. It is very important to be an active spectator, an autonomous explorer, and a media communicator.
My advice to young entrepreneurs: Believe in yourself. Believe in your dreams. Be resilient. The world needs entrepreneurs and changemakers like you.
I’m originally from Haiti and I have been a journalist for seven years. In my field, I am often faced with a natural disaster … Driven by the urgency to get the story out, we need a lot of reassurance from the community.
As an entrepreneur, you may have made a few mistakes in getting started. We all do. But you learned.
We asked YLAI Network entrepreneurs what advice they wish they had when they got started, so we can learn together.
Wilbert St Fort représentait Haïti au VIIIe Sommet des Amériques et au Forum des jeunes des Amériques qui se sont tenus à Lima, au Pérou, du 10 au 14 avril 2018.
Wilbert St Fort represented Haiti at the VIII Summit of the Americas and the Young Americas Forum in Lima, Peru, from April 10 to 14, 2018. We (the YLAI Network team) asked him a few questions about his experience at these events to share with the entire YLAI Network.
Robillard grew up in Cité Soleil, an extremely poor, crime-ridden neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. He and other local activists had long worked to help residents improve their lives, but their efforts often had been overshadowed by violence.