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Lyttle sisters to tap into Jamaica's Internet power

Published:Monday | October 7, 2013 | 12:00 AM
Alicia (left) and Lorette Lyttle. - Contributed

Alicia and Lorette Lyttle, known as The Lyttle Sisters, are striving to make a big impact in Jamaica. Born of Caribbean decent - their father is from Jamaica and their mother from Guyana - they have a special place in their heart to teach people how to control their own destiny by leveraging the power of the Internet to tap into a global economy.

The Lyttle sisters have made millions online and have been working together as a team for the past 10 years. They've travelled around the world - from Australia, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, New Zealand, Barbados, and all around the United States - teaching and training thousands. They've done six boot camps here on the island and they will be having their next boot camps in October.