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Anecia Levy (left), transformation manager at Pepsi, presents a token of appreciation to Ambassador Dr Lasford Douglas, the ambassador of Panama to Jamaica (center), alongside Bianca Fakhourie, corporate affairs and legal manager, Pepsi. The token was an e
Anecia Levy (left), transformation manager at Pepsi, presents a token of appreciation to Ambassador Dr Lasford Douglas, the ambassador of Panama to Jamaica (center), alongside Bianca Fakhourie, corporate affairs and legal manager, Pepsi. The token was an expressiion of gratitude for the opportunity to foster connections and explore collaborative ventures, during a visit to the Panamanian embassy that was arranged by the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA), which took a significant step in bolstering trade relations between Jamaica and Panama by arranging a courtesy visit. The visit centred on exploring distinctive prospects for regional exporters to deepen the presence of Jamaican companies in Latin American markets and establish fresh partnerships to expand and diversify local exports further. A focal point of the discussions was the upcoming Exposición Comercial Internacional (EXPOCOMER), which is scheduled for March 5-7, where the JMEA will lead a team of Jamaican companies. The delegation includes Caribbean Foods Ltd, Home Choice Enterprise Ltd, P.A. Benjamin Manufacturing Co Ltd, and PepsiCola Jamaica Bottling Company Ltd.
(From left) Keith Monrose, executive director of Seneca International, and Renata D’Innocenzo, vice president of strategy and brand and president’s Chief of Staff at Seneca Polytechnic, seal the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a handshake alongs
(From left) Keith Monrose, executive director of Seneca International, and Renata D’Innocenzo, vice president of strategy and brand and president’s Chief of Staff at Seneca Polytechnic, seal the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a handshake alongside Professor Densil Williams, Principal, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, – Office of the Principal, and Dr Donovan Stanberry, Campus Registrar of UWI – Office of the Campus Registrar. The signing took place at the High Commission of Canada on Monday.
Dr Colin Young (left), executive director of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), talks about climate change with Judith Slater (second left), British High Commissioner to Jamaica, Senator Matthew Samuda, minister without portfolio in the
Dr Colin Young (left), executive director of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), talks about climate change with Judith Slater (second left), British High Commissioner to Jamaica, Senator Matthew Samuda, minister without portfolio in the ministry of economic growth and job creation, and Diane Wade-Moore (right), programme manager, Small Island Developing States Capacity and Resilience (SIDAR), during the launch of SIDAR programme for the Caribbean. The launch was held at the ROK Hotel, downtown Kingston on Tuesday.
Janet Madden, director at Madden’s Funeral Home is sandwiched between businessman and owner Donat Grant (left) and attorney-at-law Charles Ganga-Singh at the Valley Foundation fundraising event hosted by Dr Andre Haughton, Opposition spokesman on commerc
Janet Madden, director at Madden’s Funeral Home is sandwiched between businessman and owner Donat Grant (left) and attorney-at-law Charles Ganga-Singh at the Valley Foundation fundraising event hosted by Dr Andre Haughton, Opposition spokesman on commerce, technology and innovation, at Marina Palms Restaurant and Bar on Saturday, February 10, 2024.
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