My personal mission is to help people realize their entrepreneurial potential & live better lives. I’m a certified trainer in entrepreneurship who literally walks the talk. I’m a gifted multi-tasker – an award-winning social entrepreneur, innovator, motivator, TV series creator/host/executive producer, advocate for justice & women’s economic empowerment, small business advisor and newspaper columnist who started my first business at age 17. That’s a mouthful!
I am a dynamic professional who has assisted thousands of entrepreneurs to maximize their potential and achieve their business and personal goals. Through the business support arm of my business, Yaneek Page Business Support Services I have created training solutions for some of Jamaica’s leading companies, large and medium-sized to improve the sales performance of their teams and help to drive revenue while building and maintaining long-term customer relationships. My training programmes offer customized training solutions that are engaging, practical and that are focused on achieving results and exceeding targets.
I have received many accolades and prestigious awards, I have received the US-based Enterprising Women of the Year Winner (2015), Female Business Leader of the Year in 2013 and a NationBuilder award in the category Women in Business in 2011. I was also an awardee of the prestigious Gleaner/PSOJ 50 Under Fifty awards in 2012, which honoured business leaders under 50 years old shaping Jamaica’s future. I was 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. I was also the recipient of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies Scholarship (2003).
I’ve had success and failures, which is great because I’ve learned a lot from each experience and have used these experiences to help others. I’ve built a successful business & created a trusted brand from the ground up, on a shoestring budget, with no grants or favours in a developing country during the most turbulent economic conditions