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#Haitianexcellence 🇭🇹🇭🇹 Haitian-American Fed and Scott Alcius are brothers, they're also the CEO and COO of a new Internet Cable Company named Nesvio. They've partnered with Latin-American Robert Garcia as their VP of operations. The Haitian entrepreneurs are grinding and capitalizing on an overlooked market in South Florida. __ Nesvio: is a parent company of TV LAKAY, nesvio Internet, WAHLTV, Holatele, akotele and TeleAfrik,  an American subscription-based internet and live streaming cable company with a business model of virtual multichannel video programming distribution (VMVPD) with a receiver. The company delivers a solution to cable and satellite companies worldwide while providing international communities the opportunity to stay connected with country of origin, heritage, culture and language. ___ Source : @sunsentinel #lunionsuite #haiti #haitianamerican #entrepreneurs

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹 Cultural Mastermind and Community Leader Sandy Dorsanvil (many remember her as one of the leaders who sprung right into action after Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti in 2016) is rocking South Florida THIS week with the grand opening of her newest venture, Noire, (@noireartslounge) boutique art gallery and lounge. — NÖIRE is located in #Miami, across from the famous Caribbean Marketplace on NE2 in Historic Little Haiti. With its decor pulling from influences of Jacmel, Havana, Ghana and Senegal this is guaranteed to be the hottest and cultural rich spots in South Florida with a Haitian woman at the helms. — Let’s make the support BIG! Enjoy those drinks specials and tell them we sent you!! (#Swipe For Schedule) #lunionsuite #haitian #caribbean #haitiangirlsrock

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Haitian entrepreneur Rudy Rocourt is the founder and CEO of @jetlitransfer, an e-commerce business that enables the Haitian Diaspora to send goods and services to their loved ones in Haiti. — Raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Rudy grew up knowing the true value of the Diaspora sending money. Every year, Haitians abroad contribute 20% of Haiti’s GDP so that people can purchase food, school supplies, and other necessities to transform their lives. — In the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, Rudy returned to Haiti to head Citibank Haiti’s Treasury department, and quickly realized the incredible impact of Diaspora remittances on the economy. — Jetli offers affordable products and packages ranging from food, beverages, electronics, and appliances. Jetli’s uses its platform to connect the Diaspora to local businesses, farmers, and importers in Haiti. The goods and money sent go directly to the local community, not only producing sustainable economic growth for the country but also allowing senders to save money and control their purchasing power. 🛒🇭🇹🇭🇹 — Continue reading on Lunionsuite.com or click link in bio. #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #business #caribbean #haitianentrepreneur #haiti #caribbean

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹 Harlem Capital, a diversity-focused venture capital firm, today announced the closing of Harlem Capital Partners Venture Fund I, LP at $40.3mm (“Fund I”). The fund was oversubscribed from its target of $25.0mm and above its initial cap of $40.0mm. — Established in December 2015, the firm was founded in a Harlem living room as an angel syndicate by Managing Partners Henri Pierre-Jacques and Jarrid Tingle, who worked together at ICV Partners, alongside Venture Partner Brandon Bryant. — “This closing is a huge accomplishment for us, but also just the beginning of a long mission to change the face of entrepreneurship.” said Henri Pierre-Jacques. #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #blackexcellence #haitian

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹👑 Big Apple Urgent Care is the first Black-owned urgent care center in Brooklyn and one of the few in the entire country. As a healthcare alternative to the community, its co-founders, Dr. Tamara Moise and Wadson Fils, are both Haitian medical professionals who aim to provide only the best healthcare for their patients. — Dr. Moise co-founded Big Apple with the vision of providing medical services tailored to the diversity of New York City. As the daughter of Haitian immigrants, she is especially understanding of the needs of patients in underserved and immigrant communities and is passionate about serving those communities. This passion extends globally, as she has done medical volunteer work in Guatemala and Haiti. — As a co-owner, Mr. Fils was born in Haiti and came to the United States at 16, he has a strong passion to work in underserved areas and wants to share his medical knowledge in order to benefit the community at large. He firmly believes in educating his patients especially in preventive care, which patients may not be able to receive in the crowded emergency room setting. — The fully accredited urgent care facility features six exam rooms and state-of-the-art equipment such as an on-site x-ray. Their staff consists of multilingual medical professionals that are fluent in Creole and Medical Spanish and equipped to handle all kinds of medical needs such as employment physicals, minor illness and injury, immunizations, x-rays, lab work and more. 🍎 — Source: blackbusinesses.org, bigappleurgentcare.com #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #blackownedbusiness #healthcare #urgentcare

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SWIPE: #HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹 This former stylist has always seen her potential and knew she was ready to do more for the world after she gave birth to her first child. Having her baby unlocked a power in her that she didn’t know that she had. Nasrin Jean Baptist has launched her solo project called Petit Kouraj meaning “Little Courage” in Creole, where she makes her bags from scratch. — The former stylist for Alicia Keys works with other artists who also share a love for the Haitian art and culture. She launched her collection in conjunction with Haitian flag day and they are now available for purchase! 🇭🇹 — 📸: @voguerunway #lunionsuite #thehaitianamerican #artist #handbags #haiti

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#HaitianExcellence 🇭🇹 Meet Tanisha Normil, a 21 year old first-generation Haitian-American college student at Clark Atlanta University. Tanisha (white shirt) recently opened up her very own cosmetic brand “Polish My Beauty” that consist of Haitian influenced products. — “I took a cosmetic course to learn how to make soaps, shampoos, and natural hair treatments in Haiti. All of my products are completely natural and organic. I also use vendors from Haiti and sell their organic products. Often times Haiti gets overlooked because of the status of the country, I want my brand to expose that Haiti is a significant part of the beauty/cosmetic culture as well.” #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #haitianbusinesses #haiti

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#HaitiNews : Local 10 News Frantz Dambreville reports, a local group aims to build a library and cultural center in Cité Soleil, Haiti. The founders of this project: Konbit Solèy Leve, or Konbit of the Rising Sun- is a social movement founded in 2011 with a mission of bringing together the community. — Today, there are more than 5,000 supporters which have contributed to the sponsorship of this project, almost entirely sponsored by the residents of the Cité. — They collected nearly $180,000 US and 17,000 books, even the architectural plans were drafted by a former resident of the area. This library will include a multipurpose hall for training and education, a multimedia studio, as well as a computer center with free internet access. — Source/Full Video: WPLG Local10.com | @local10news Blogged by @lya_azanaise #lunionsuite #haiti #haitian #haitianamerican #haitinews

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#WomensHistoryMonth……💜✨👑 Major congratulations to @nickienou for making a big business move. This fierce Haitian business woman just placed her hair products @curlsdynasty in 45+ @target stores across the United States. Be sure to check out curlsdynasty.com to find a store near you. We wish you continued success! — Curls Dynasty was founded in 2014 by healthy hair and body enthusiast, Nickie Nougaisse @nickienou. After several disheartening experiences on her own haircare journey, Nickie decided to transition to natural hair, during which she was diligent in identifying the healthiest chemical-free products and ingredients to help revive her hair. — Curls Dynasty enables women with textured hair to experience hair freedom! Exclusively designed for women transitioning to natural hair, as well as the curl poppin’ naturalista! — #lunionsuite #haitianamerican #caribbean #haitian #womenshistorymonth #haitianexcellence

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