Generally I would consider Mauritius Presidency as being a useless, irrelevant function, as a political reward for some good and faithful political agent or prominent party exec.
Let’s Reduce our Footprint
Billions of tiny actions that can make a major change…
Earth Day is THE day in the year, when one should take time to reflect on one’s capacity at reversing adverse effects of one’s liability on our planet’s health. It may seem presumptuous to many, to imagine that an individual act will count in a broader picture. But more and more each day, we are getting to better understand how simple human habits like eating, travelling or buying, to say the least, add up to a global bill that weakens the Earth in its capacity at harbouring more than 6 billion human beings. Continue reading
Beautiful Mauritius… Some more food for thought
Ameeksha Dilchand is one of my Top 10 Women of 2014. She, who I call the Perfect Ambassadress, is one of the most iconic figures of the Mauritian pageant industry. She started as a participant and ended up last year as an organiser.
This year, she pursues her actions against autism and she stepped into politics. Knowing her wits, guts and righeousness, I’ll bet on her capacities at going far out to become an unmissable beacon for the entire Mauritian nation.
Ameeksha is, to my eyes, one these young Mauritian ladies packed with what I dare to call “Valeurs du Mauriciannisme” (values of the Mauritian way of Life). Continue reading
TOP 10 WOMEN of the Year, Through the Islander’s Prism
Here we go again… with much pleasure and pride… again… as I go up through my 2014 timelines, to set up the Hit Parade of those Women who made my year. Here’s the 3rd season.
MY TOP 10 WOMEN of 2013
While the curtains fall on 2013, I wish to reiterate my pleasure to list 10 women who have marked my spirits, here in Mauritius. This year, they are 11 to occupy 10 seats. Late, last weeks of 2013’s events have modified what I would have called an ordinary “cru”… an ordinary year. Globally, we mostly watched the awakening of Mauritian women being confirmed. There are healthy signs of them taking the lead with words, interviews and in one case, with silence. From my point of View, Mauritian Women will be decisive in 2014. Their role, in the coming year that could see snap elections being organized during late first semester, will be determinant.
Two foreigners stand in this year’s list. They could both have won the first place.
Si Jean Ferrat chantait la femme est l’avenir de l’homme, il n’en demeure pas moins vrai que la condition féminine aura beaucoup souffert de l’ignorance, du machisme et de l’esprit obtus de certains penseurs. De la simple condition de souffre-douleur au statut d’hérétique sorcière, la femme est sans aucun doute la seule femelle du règne animal à avoir été persécutée par ses congénères de l’autre sexe. A bien y regarder, nous voyons que cette différence de comportement est surtout liée à cette intelligence dite supérieure de la race humaine.
A suivre : Les 7 mythes du vagin les plus tenaces, dont certaines traces existent encore dans notre société du 3e millénaire : Continue reading
What we learned from Social Media Management and Marketing in 2012, will just be good for the bin, at least for most of it. 2013 marks the start of a new era in Social Media as a Marketing discipline. We will need to learn how to anticipate and how to plan Online Marketing Campaigns with significant headroom.
Alain Bertrand – Social Media Strategist
Session ONE – Learning about Social Media Shifts in 2013 – Feb. 2013
WHAT ARE THEY ABOUT?
Social Media Private Talks are Speaking Sessions where only 22 privileged CEOs, Marketing and Communication executives will be invited to take knowledge of the latest development and trends in the world of Social Media. We will be talking about ways to deal with them and how to apply the fundamentals thereof, in our local Mauritian context. Continue reading