CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 29, 2009: Young and budding entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to hear secrets from `rebel millionaires at the cutting edge of every industry` when Dog Does Tricks production screens the Y.E.S. (Youth Entrepreneurship Society) movie at the upcoming installation of the Barbados Manufacturers` Exhibition.
The film, premiering for the first time in the Caribbean, is the brain child of executive producer Louis Lautman and was released in the United States in March, 2009.
Lautman, himself an entrepreneur, wanted to tap into the minds of those who became financial successes, challenging conventional thinking on the creation of wealth , while motivating youth to reach their potential. The 80-minute film details tips for personal and financial success from 35 entrepreneurs and experts across the United States.
Lautman will be in Barbados to introduce the movie at the screening set for BMEX, Saturday morning followed by a question and answer session.
Speaking about the inspiration for making the movie, Lautman in a recent interview stated, `I woke up last year on my 30th birthday and thought to myself that there had to be more. I knew I was an entrepreneur, but wondered if I was still a young entrepreneur. I had always gravitated toward other young successful people and others always wondered how I did so much at such a young age, but I knew I had more in me. I thought about all the amazing young people I had met over the years, then started researching more and thought that there were some amazing stories out there that I bet most of the world didn`t know about and would love to hear.`
Taking a look at what the producers called `non conformists, who took risks, and followed their instincts` a wide range of areas are represented including, authors, inventors, executives, retailers and film makers, who share their secrets exploring wealth creation and success from mentors and those who have created multimillion dollar companies.
The screening will be a part of a free empowerment seminar geared to encourage young entrepreneurs to take their businesses to the next level.
Atlanta- based Empowerment Coach, Author and Web Broadcaster Aubry Padmore, and Dr. Anita Davis-DeFoe, Development Specialist from Florida, will also present at the morning seminar. The seminar is hosted by Barbadian-owned Canadian-based Multimedia Production company Dog Does Tricks.
Organizer of the event, Cyrilene Odle, who is also the Caribbean Business Development Manager of Dog Does Tricks, promises the event, `will change your life forever`.
Live streaming of segments of the event, another first for BMEX, will be provided by Carib Voice Radio in conjunction with 365webradio.com with simulcast on caribworldnews.com and several other websites for syndication.
The live stream will allow those who are unable to attend to view via their computers, ipods and web-ready televisions by logging on to several websites carrying the web simulcast, including the Caribbean`s only Daily News feed – Caribbean World News founded by Felicia Persaud.
The Empowerment For Entrepreneurs session begins Saturday May 30, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. in the Flamboyant Room of the Floyd Erskine Sandiford Centre,
DDT is a 12 year old, international award winning, full-service production company servicing clients in North America and the Caribbean.
It was started by Barbadian Terence Babb, who worked extensively in the Canadian entertainment industry prior to establishing the company. Clients of the company include an impressive list of media, entertainment and commercial companies, including YTV, a Canadian national channel with specific programming geared for youth, Revolver Films, and Chapman`s Ice-cream, Canada`s largest ice-cream manufacturer.