The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL - By Michele-Lau­ren Hack­shaw

The Global Wealth Trade (GWT) launched in Saint Lu­cia for the very first time last Thurs­day with an ob­jec­tive "to be­come the num­ber one fash­ion brand in the world that can pro­vide a life­long op­por­tu­nity for en­trepreneurs to build sig­nif­i­cant wealth and es­tab­lish 1000 mil­lion­aires by the year 2025."

The Global Wealth Trade not only gives you the op­por­tu­nity gain wealth for your­self but to also pro­vide em­ploy­ment to oth­ers. In­clud­ing giv­ing back to oth­ers lo­cally and the world at large. Through out the years, GWT has given back to the world by aid­ing or­gan­i­sa­tions such as, U.N.I.C.E.F., Sick Kids Foun­da­tion, S.E.A.S, Haiti in 2010 as well as again this year, plus many more.

Ra­mon Mes­gar­lou, founder and CEO of Global Wealth Trade said he sold his first dis­trib­u­tor­ship back in April 2005 from his home of­fice in Canada. Since the small start, the mod­est jew­ellery com­pany kept ex­pand­ing and evolv­ing through the prod­uct line cre­at­ing his­tory in 'fine jew­ellery'. Due to the rapid growth of the busi­ness, the com­pany set­tled its world head­quar­ters in Toronto af­ter mov­ing five times be­tween years of 2005 - 2010.

En­trepreneurs who are in search of a fast way of open­ing up a busi­ness or even for just fi­nan­cial in­de­pen­dence "some­times with a mo­tive to give back to their coun­try in any form" are in­vited to sign up at any­time. The or­ga­ni­za­tions as­serted that there is po­ten­tial to earn as much as five hun­dred Cana­dian dol­lars in just a cou­ple of days. You can email for more in­for­ma­tion.

Cana­dian en­tre­pre­neur and CEO Ramin Mes­gar­lou.

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