It’s the first full week of VisionReady’s Early Bird Passport to Jamaica to Celebrate Black History Month in June! Why June? Instead of February, the coldest and shortest month of the year, June is a time when Black businesses can better capitalize.

Take advantage of this special offer to join our Virtual Culinary & Wine Experience LIVE from Jamaica on June 25, 2021.

Your ticket includes:

  • Interactive food demonstration
  • Recipes to cook along
  • Wine notes
  • Experience with friends and colleagues…priceless!

ONLY FOR A LIMITED TIME — Offer good until April 30
Don’t wait. Get your tickets today!

Enter to Win: Heart of Jamaica Package
[ONLY for Early Bird ticket holders]

Includes a bottle of Appleton Estate premium rum, a Hotel Riu gift certificate, and more delectable items to seduce your senses!

VisionReady is a woman-owned business creating a strong global community of diverse companies and organizations with a common mission — to make a difference in their local communities by creating jobs, promoting trade, and building a sustainable economic engine.

This event is part of our first initiative. As an event sponsor, you’ll be supporting women-owned and minority-owned businesses within the VisionReady ecosystem.

Help us in helping them make a difference.


  • Global exposure for your brand
  • Podcast to introduce your brand
  • Digital marketing promotion
  • Opportunity to join or host a Mastermind group
  • Free tickets to the LIVE Culinary & Wine Experience


For more information about becoming a sponsor, contact VisionReady CEO Petula Sankarsingh at

Women Supporting Women

VisionReady believes in supporting our community of mission-driven women: leading, changemaking, and nurturing.

Our Virtual Culinary & Wine Experience is your opportunity to join us in supporting the Montego Bay Animal Haven and their four-legged furry babies by purchasing your Early Bird tickets by April 30.

We will donate a percentage of ticket sales to the Montego Bay Animal Haven, co-founded by Director Tammy Browne, working to rescue, rehabilitate, and find new homes for stray and abandoned animals. In one phrase: Educating Communities About Compassion for Animals and Nature.


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