The signing of an MOU has been established between Jamaica and Windhoek, Namibia. The special focus of the collaboration would advance engagements in the areas of tourism, logistics, urban development, & diaspora cooperation.
In 2022, the World FZO AICE is heading to Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica, from 13th to 17th of June at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Held annually, the World FZO AICE is the world’s “must attend” event for free zones and associated entities.
Tennille Rowe is steadfast in her ambition to achieve everything she desires. Working at Sandals South Coast has equipped her to overcome any obstacles. Her perseverance paid off recently when she got an award for her efforts.
Sterling Assets Management pledges to playing a contribution in strengthening vulnerable institutions. They just gave a $100,000 JMD grant to both Calabar High School and Maxfield Park Children’s Home.
Jamaica will once again be in the global spotlight in June 2022. The country will host the World Free Zones Organization’s 8th Annual International Conference Exhibition 2022. This opportunity will provide continued exposure to the country’s tourism product, and expansion of job opportunities for our locals.
As a result of Kingston Creative’s Best Pitch Forward program, entrepreneurs now have access to resources that will help them improve their approach to potential customers and investors. All of the winners praised the idea.
Fruit is an integral part of a healthy diet. Fruits offer the essential element that the body needs to be healthy and energized. The goal of Fruit Blossoms is to make it easier for Jamaicans to live a healthy lifestyle by providing them with more options for what they eat.
The NWC and M & M Jamaica Jamaica have partnered again to develop the skills among young engineers. The program involves a six-month internship of students and recent engineer graduates deployed to work on significant projects.
Out of 349 customers that posted reviews, JN Bank UK receives a 4.8 out of 5 customer rating of “Excellent” by consumers on a Global Review Site Trustpolot.com.
The Sandals Foundation has decided that they will plant no less than 10,000 trees in Jamaica by April 2022. The effort is to help a collaborative group reach their goals of planting one million trees throughout the Caribbean by that time.