Daniel Jean- Louis : Keynotes & Lectures In Poverty Eradication
Hello and welcome to my site! I am Daniel Jean Louis, Throughout my career as an entrepreneur, development professional, and educator, I’ve learned that the best way to eliminate poverty and create jobs is to leverage opportunity and empower people to meet their own needs sustainably. No one wants to be a beggar for life. Real development happens when we partner across markets and cultures, working together to meet shared goals. I hope these pages will lead you to examine the concept of opportunity-based economic development for yourself—and you can learn more about the concept on our blog. As well, please don’t hesitate to contact me for information about speaking opportunities, business training programs, or for more information about From Aid to Trade, Trinity Lodge, Bridge Capital, or the 100K Jobs Program. I look forward to connecting with you.
I have delivered dozens of keynotes and lectures in over 26 different countries and universities globally: from the United States to Asia, Africa and Europe regarding the issues of poverty eradication and wealth creation.
As the author the grownbreaking book ‘ From Aid to Trade ‘ and experienced and successful business owner in one of the least developed countries in the world, I have developed first hand knowledge and insights to share with your audience to help them bring impact to their initiatives across the globe.
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