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2025 CEO Retreat

JANUARY 9-12, 2025

Join this exclusive group of business owners at the annual CEO retreat. This retreat was designed to bring CEOs serious about growing their established business to the next level. This is not a conference of speakers and leaving feeling energized but later learning you now have to figure it out by yourself. Join award winning CEO, LaSonya Berry, and an exclusive group of CEOs for 3 days of accelerating your business for greater success.

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Get Unstuck

Stop feeling stuck in your business or not knowing where to start.


Take some time to replenish yourself.


Develop strategies & new systems to grow your business to the next level.


Develop your own wellness practices.


Collaborate and partner with other amazing CEOs to SOW & GROW.

Have fun

Enjoy island excursions.

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Presented by LaSonya Berry,
Founder & CEO at McPherson|Berry.


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Grenada, known as the "Spice Isle" for its rich abundance of nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves, offers a captivating blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage to travelers. As you step onto its shores, you're greeted by the warm embrace of its tropical climate and the lush, verdant landscape that stretches from the rugged interior to the pristine beaches along its coastline. The island's volcanic origins are evident in its dramatic terrain, with cascading waterfalls, hidden lagoons, and emerald forests waiting to be explored.

Beyond its natural wonders, Grenada boasts a vibrant cultural tapestry woven from the influences of African, European, and indigenous traditions. Wander through the colorful streets of St. George's, the capital city, where colonial architecture mingles with bustling markets and lively music fills the air. Indulge in the island's culinary delights, from savory seafood dishes to spicy Creole specialties, and immerse yourself in the rhythm of local life. Grenada promises an unforgettable journey into the heart of the Caribbean.




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CLIMATE and ETiquette

Grenada’s tropical climate also contributes to relatively stable temperatures throughout the year, with average highs ranging from 82°F to 88°F (28°C to 31°C) and cooler evenings offering refreshing breezes. January is the dry season.


  1. Respect for Elders: In Grenadian culture, respect for elders is highly valued. It’s customary to greet elders with a polite “good morning,” “good afternoon,” or “good evening” as a sign of respect.

  2. Greetings: Grenadians are friendly and approachable people who appreciate polite greetings and small talk. When meeting someone for the first time, a firm handshake and a warm smile are customary.

  3. Dress Code: While Grenada has a relaxed and casual atmosphere, it’s important to dress modestly and respectfully, especially when visiting religious sites, government buildings, or formal events.

  4. Punctuality: While punctuality is valued in professional settings, social gatherings and events in Grenada often operate on “island time,” which may involve some flexibility with schedules and timelines.

  5. Table Manners: When dining in Grenada, it’s polite to wait for the host or hostess to begin eating before starting your meal. Keep your elbows off the table, and use utensils rather than eating with your hands, unless it’s customary for the particular dish being served.

  6. Don't touch someone’s head without permission, as it’s considered impolite in Grenadian culture.

  7. Don't wear swimwear or revealing clothing outside of designated beach areas or resorts.

Currency and Banking

Grenada’s official currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD), denoted by the symbol “EC$.”

The Eastern Caribbean Dollar is pegged to the United States Dollar (USD) at a fixed rate of approximately 2.70 EC$ to 1 USD.

This stable exchange rate simplifies currency conversions for visitors and facilitates seamless transactions during their stay in Grenada.

While the Eastern Caribbean Dollar is the primary currency used in Grenada, US dollars are widely accepted at many tourist establishments, hotels, restaurants, and shops, particularly in popular tourist areas.

There are also ATMS, most tourist areas accept credit cards but carry cash for remote areas. Banks and some hotels can do currency exchange. Most places do not accept traveler's checks.


Visa-Free Entry: Citizens of many countries, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and European Union member states, can enjoy visa-free entry to Grenada for tourism purposes for stays of up to 90 days. 

Have your necessary documentation before arriving on the island:

  1. Valid Passport: All visitors to Grenada must possess a valid passport with at least six months’ validity beyond the intended period of stay. It’s essential to verify the expiration date of your passport well in advance of your travel dates.

  2. Return Ticket: Travelers may be required to provide proof of a return or onward ticket demonstrating their intention to leave Grenada within the permitted timeframe.

  3. Proof of Accommodation: Grenadian immigration authorities may request confirmation of accommodation arrangements for the duration of your stay, whether at a hotel, resort, guesthouse, or other accommodation provider.

  4. Sufficient Funds: Visitors should be prepared to demonstrate access to adequate funds to cover their expenses during their stay in Grenada, including accommodation, meals, transportation, and other essentials.

  5. Health Declaration Form: In light of health concerns, travelers may be required to complete a health declaration form upon arrival in Grenada, providing information about recent travel history, health status, and potential exposure to communicable diseases.


Before traveling to Grenada, it’s essential to be aware of potential health risks and recommended vaccinations to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit to the island.

  1. Routine Vaccinations: Ensure that your routine vaccinations, such as measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella (chickenpox), and influenza, are up to date before traveling to Grenada.

  2. Hepatitis A and Typhoid: Vaccinations for hepatitis A and typhoid are recommended for travelers to Grenada, particularly those who may be exposed to contaminated food or water.

  3. Mosquito-Borne Illnesses: Grenada is endemic to mosquito-borne illnesses such as dengue fever, chikungunya, and Zika virus. Travelers should take precautions to prevent mosquito bites by using insect repellent, wearing long sleeves and pants, and staying in accommodations with screened windows and doors.

  4. Sun Protection: The tropical climate in Grenada means that sun exposure can be intense. Protect yourself from sunburn and heat-related illnesses by wearing sunscreen with a high SPF, seeking shade during peak sun hours, and staying hydrated.

  5. Water and Food Safety: Drink bottled or purified water and avoid consuming untreated tap water. Exercise caution when eating street food and ensure that cooked foods are served hot and fresh.

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