Andrea Livingston-PrincePrivate Sector Development Practitioner

Andrea Livingston-Prince is a serial entrepreneur who started her professional journey as a financial auditor. She later became an entrepreneur by design, an entrepreneur by necessity and is now an entrepreneur for innovation. She is a management consultant by profession and is especially focused on increasing the competitiveness of private sector entities.

Her family-owned business, Business Works Collective is now 30 years old and on the rebirth. The group of entities incorporates franchise and ICT-led enterprises which provides entrepreneurship training, business matching platforms as well as consulting services. She has served over ten (10) governments throughout the region and is currently the coordinator of the Development Bank of Jamaica’s Jamaica Business Fund and World Bank SME Loan projects.

One of the most impactful franchises includes the German entrepreneurship training model which uses learning-by-doing methodologies is CEFE Caribbean. See more at https://www.cefecaribbean.com