Ricky Neckles is a young Black Canadian man who has done and is doing a lot of good for himself and many others.
Ricky was born in Grenada and raised in Toronto’s Mount Dennis community, a neighborhood recognized by the local governments as “at risk.” He did not let his environment overcome him. He graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering. This to Ricky working at Accenture, a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company. He was one of Accenture’s youngest recruits and the youngest to be appointed to the position of Management Consultant Analyst where his portfolio included consulting Sears, Loblaws, and various other multi-billion dollar corporations.
To fulfill his entrepreneurial passion, Ricky left Accenture and founded founded Neckles Global Enterprise Inc. (NGE), a privately held investment company which owns a collection of diversified businesses operating in sectors that include real estate, trade and manufacturing. Neckles Global Enterprise now holds investment properties valued at over three million dollars under Ricky’s leadership and direction.
Under the NGE umbrella, Ricky co-founded TNTech Canada Inc., which would soon become Canada’s leading supplier and distributor of on-site paging services. Effectively guided by Ricky, TNTech has helped maximize the efficiency and communication for its clientele that includes: Jack Astor’s, The Keg Steakhouse, Baton Rouge and Shoppers Drug Mart.
Having overcome the adversity of his environment, it is Ricky’s goal to create a lasting legacy of achievement, excellence, and leadership in his community.
In this episode, Ricky share some of his story with us, the importance of giving back to the Black community and words of inspiration for Black Canadian men.
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