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Mrs. Joyce Destang guest speaker at (AIB Alumni Business Mixer)

average of the graduating class).The MBA valedictorian was Mr. Wayne Auguste, local financial consultant, who encouraged his peers to “walk the talk” particularly as examples to their children; examples greatly needed in our society today. BBA valedictorian, Ms. Theresa Jn. Baptiste encouraged her peers to have a positive attitude and maintain their focus on their dreams and aspirations”.

the students to be brave but careful, be prepared to work hard and make sacrifices, to manage their revenues prudently, undertake extensive research before pursuing ideas no matter how brilliant, to value their employees and to maintain healthy, balanced lifestyles. The event was well attended by Alumni students, prospect students and invited guests.

Another key activity held during graduation weekend at NRDF, was the programme’ Annual Alumni Business Mixer. This year’s event was hosted at the Ixora Conference Room at the Bay Gardens Inn.

This Business Mixer was preceded by the private Alumni Welcome ceremony where our past graduates shared their testimonies on their experience, along with encouraging and motivating the new graduating class.

This year’s speakers were Mrs. Joyce Destang and her daughter Dr. Desmer Destang who shared some hard-hitting advice from lessons learnt on their respective entrepreneurial journeys. The mother-daughter team encouraged

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Dr. Desmer Destang guest speaker at (AIB Alumni Business Mixer)

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Our special feature in this issue is the 10th Anniversary of First Citizens Investment Services Ltd. which has grown into a regional powerho...

St. Lucia Business Focus 82  

Our special feature in this issue is the 10th Anniversary of First Citizens Investment Services Ltd. which has grown into a regional powerho...

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