Jade Jemma, an international Sales Coach and Strategist who attended the first all-female business mastermind on Necker Island this year, is launching a brand new business movement called the Wave Mastermind scholarship. The movement aims to encourage encourage women globally to join an online movement of female entrepreneurialism.
Jade is an international Sales Coach and Strategist who attended the first all-female business mastermind on Necker Island this year, partnering with Virgin Unite and spending time with Sir Richard Branson to mentor female entrepreneurs from the British Virgin Island whose businesses were affected by hurricane Irma. Through the scholarship, she will support female entrepreneurs to grow and develop their business ideas in the digital and online community.
The Wave Mastermind movement lasts for four months, enabling attendees to build connections with other like-minded entrepreneurs through regular group meetups. It also includes monthly hot seat calls and a personal one-to-one consultation with Jade and Lisa to get business advice. “Navigating the business landscape in the digital age can be a scary experience but the winner of the Wave Mastermind scholarship will be given the tools, training, and support to grow a business in a productive way. Our objective is to enable real relationships to be formed, so that as a collective we will not only become friends but a powerful network of entrepreneurs who together are truly unstoppable!” Jade said.
Jade will be joined by Lisa Johnson, a multi-6-figure business coach who has recently shared her anecdotes on ‘How To Make A 6-Figure Passive Income By Working Smarter (Not Harder)’ based on running a wedding planning company Carmela Weddings.
“I specialize in helping entrepreneurs scale their businesses using passive income from memberships and courses. After a tough childhood spent in social housing, I worked really hard to create a successful career in law, banking, and the entertainment industry. I know what it’s like to start a business and have the ambition, but not have the finances to make the ideas grow, so Jade and I want to give one woman the opportunity of a lifetime,” Lisa said.
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