Friday, 28 October 2016

Check this out as an example.. more to come.

 Would be using this forum to highlight the 'good things' some of our folks are doing out here regardless of what part of Africa or the Carribean they come from.

Recommendations are welcomed. 😀
Of course the proof of the pudding would be in the eating. What are your customers saying about you?😕

presentation matters

What is it about the typical African or Caribbean party that gets you going?

 Is it the type of the food you get to eat & the nostalgia, for some, that accompanies the experience?
Is it the music? Family and friends attending?
Perhaps.... It is the awesome outfits which guests parade on the occasion?
Maybe the setting of the venue is something else.

Main thing is, as an organiser of such an event, you need to be the one to set 'the tempo' and you want to carry all your guests along.

With this in mind, you want to make sure you carry all your volunteers, suppliers or contractors along. That they fully understand what impression you want to leave with your guests and how or what they need to achieve this.

A good thing is a good thing, despite cultural and monetary challenges one might face in achieving the dream event, this essential communication between participating teams would go a long way.

The story has just do you want to present yourself or your culture at your event or even in your business?

Have you got the big picture yet? What is it worth to you? What are those 'flies' you want to avoid getting into your business/ groove?

Talk with you later..😊

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Nigerian food and weight loss in the same sentence...?

Apart from having stunning recipes which are appealing to the eyes and palate, Ronke Edoho has gone on to produce an e-book 'lose it Nigerian'.

Success stories abound of those who have lost weight without compromising their love of their native dishes.

Visit, for access to these recipes or the link to purchase the e-book.

Hey, 😁:-D, Christmas is two months away now. What a good way to prepare to host your guests in style and probably lose weight in anticipation of 'the joyous season'......