The Story Behind Sunhunters

My Fav Cafe: Mocha Spoke

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 “Always take a risk once you know you can handle the consequences. It’s important to know the potential pitfalls but don't spend too long thinking about it” - Marc De Caul There are a few things I miss about #LondonLife, like vibrant business hubs and spaces for innovation and creativity with fast broadband. People and social interactions inspire me, so working in a space where there is a constant flow of humankind stimulates idea generation.  I’ve finally reached the fulfilling phase of consulting and coffee shops have become my preferred spot for client consultations. My go-to in Grenada is Mocha Spoke, and I’ve probably had most if not all of my meetings at this location and. I’m so grateful to the team for being so accommodating and not turning the tables on me. This month saw the celebrations of International Men’s Day and National Entrepreneurship Day in the US, so in a show of appreciation, I’d like to shine some light on Marc De Caul owner of Mocha Spoke.  A sit down with Marc… Kiki: So tell me Marc, how has your upbringing shaped you into the man you are today?  Marc: I come from a family of hardworking people, and that’s the only way of life I’ve ever known. My grandfather travelled from St. Vincent to Grenada and built Deco Industries, which offered services in textiles, wholesale, printing and gas stations. He is well into his eighties, and he is still working to grow and diversify the business. My parents, who are also business owners, are approaching retirement, and instead of thinking about hobbies they are working on the next big project. This level of ambition and grit has undoubtedly rubbed off on me.  Kiki: Right so the prospect of you owning your own business was inevitable!   Marc:  Indeed!…

The Story Behind Sunhunters

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“If you can dream it, we want to do it, and we want to be the best at it. We want to be among the reasons for choosing Grenada as your destination of choice" CHERISSE Four years ago (unless it involved a tractor of some sort) you wouldn’t find me deep within the lush interior of Grenada’s mountainous terrain on the road less travelled. There are two reasons, the first being the fact that I couldn’t get to them and the second is that no matter how grown I think I am, my mother would ban me from all off-the-beaten-path adventures if she knew.  That was until Sun Hunters introduced Dune Buggy Adventure Tours and most recently Bareback Jeep Tours to Grenada. Now, these roads are travelled more often because of the conviction of 32-year-old Managing Director Cherisse David-Hamid, a Grenadian, Wife and Mother of two. A total gamechanger and as they put it ‘adventurers to remember’, Sun Hunters allows you to see a side of Grenada that can only be accessed in a neat Polaris RZR utility recreational vehicle or a Jeep Wrangler.  I’ve personally experienced the Dune Buggy Annandale Waterfall and Forest Adventure and the Bareback Jeep River Lime, and I highly recommend them. From the orientation to tour, the immediate thrill, excitement and passion expressed by the office team to the certified tour guides filters down to every guest who returns to base with the same huge smile they left with. The customer service exceeds expectations; the tours are carefully and uniquely curated, and the real value is in being immersed in what makes us the proudest about Grenada, our verdant, unspoilt tropical paradise.   What makes me even more proud is that it is a business run by a Grenadian family and birthed from the desire to…

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