Twenty-five-year-old Shaquani Hunte is continuing her enterprising nature into 2023 as she has recently launched a travel agency Infinityb Travels.
The former student of Christ Church Foundation School who placed third in the Technical And Vocational Training Council World Skills Competition back in 2016 decided to launch her new business due to wanting to have multiple sources of income.
“I have a friend who always tells me that every billionaire has at least seven sources of income. When you think about it, it is difficult to live in Barbados on one source of income [and] in recent times it has become impossible to do so. Thus, with the launch of my new business Infinityb Travel persons can expect that I will be sharing great deals on places they can travel to, while simultaneously helping other persons to start their travel businesses so that they can make additional income from the comfort of their home,” she said.
Hunte recently held a Zoom launch for her business and had phenomenal response from interested Barbadians.
“The launch surpassed my expectations as I had our interactional director, Miss Green who is a six-figure income earner who has helped more than 500 families seek financial freedom. Director Green came to Barbados twice last year and has plans to come back to the island even more, to help us along the way with building our travel businesses. On the launch night she introduced me to our guests and spoke about how they could partner with our company,” she said.
The graduate of the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic now renamed the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology who holds a Diploma in Cosmetology, is also the owner of Infinityb Salon which is located in Pelican Village, Bridgetown, St Michael.
“I have been operating the business where we offer acrylic and gel nails, manicures, pedicures, massages, facials, and waxing. I also offer cuticle oils,” she said.
The owner of Infinityb Salon and Infinityb Travels who is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Entertainment Management at the Barbados Community College thanked all of the persons who would have made her businesses possible.
“I would like to say a huge thank you to the TVET Council because without them and placing 3rd in the World Skills Competition I would not be where I am today as they showed me the importance of skill-based training and how I could create my own path in life with it. I also want to thank the Barbados Community College for the hand they have played in developing me artistically and showing me the importance of pairing your love and passion with a business degree.
“The Arts and Entertainment Programme has shown me so much which has helped me elevate my business mind to the next level. Special thanks to Melissa Savoury-Gittens who opened my eyes to the opportunity of creating my own travel business. Last but certainly not least my friends and family who have slept less, carried equipment, booked an appointment or a cruise with me for helping and supporting me with my dream. I want to thank all of you for believing in me and understanding that it is possible to have more than one passion in life,” she said.
To get in touch with Shaquani Hunte for any of her businesses feel free to contact her via email Shaquanihunte.inteletravel.com or [email protected] or via her telephone number at +1(246) 823-8946.
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