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Christine Wong Secures International Distributor For Eaton’s Line Of Products

Jamaican condiment and seasoning manufacturer King Pepper Products Limited has successfully re-entered the Canadian market and is now looking to capitalize on its recent achievements and expand outside of the diaspora base to the general market. Those comments from King Pepper CEO, Managing Director Christine Wong follow the company’s success in securing a distributor for […]

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“Jamaica Is Open For Business” Says Ambassador To The US

Jamaica is open for business.   Those were the words of Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Audrey Marks at a recently held forum on investment opportunities in Jamaica in downtown Philadelphia.   Speaking to entrepreneurs in attendance, Ambassador Marks invited them to visit Jamaica to “take a look at” the various opportunities available for […]

Business Owners And Executives Are Struggling With Disruptors Changing The Way Business Needs To Be Conducted- Wickham

Businessuite Power 50 Women in Jamaican Business for 2018

BUSINESSUITE Magazine’s biennial ranking of Jamaica’s leading businesswomen provides a unique opportunity to secure an insight into the professional lives and activity of some of the most interesting and inspiring women in Jamaica’s private sector today. How we pick the Power 50 What qualities can adequately describe a woman of power and influence on a […]

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

Hiring Right – Office Perks Fade, Attention to Personnel Doesn’t

With today’s low unemployment rate and skilled employees in high demand, it’s difficult to attract and retain outstanding employees at almost any level and of any age. It’s especially difficult finding and keeping those who represent the largest segment of the workforce–millennials. Part of the problem is that potential employees have a pretty clear insight […]

Business Owners And Executives Are Struggling With Disruptors Changing The Way Business Needs To Be Conducted- Wickham

COVER STORY: The Top 40 Most Powerful and Influential Women in Jamaican Business for 2016.

BUSINESSUITE Magazine’s annual ranking of Jamaica’s leading businesswomen provides a unique opportunity to secure an insight into the professional lives and activity of some of the most interesting and inspiring women in Jamaica’s private sector today. How we pick the Power 50 What qualities can adequately describe a woman of power and influence on a […]

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

BUSINESSUITE Magazines Annual ranking of Jamaica’s leading businesswomen

26. Sancia Bennett Templer, President, JAMPRO Bennett-Templer has had a wealth of experience transforming the national airports, both the privatization of the Sangster International Airport and the expansion and upgrading project for the Norman Manley International Airport. She also has significant private sector experience and is regarded as a female pioneer in the shipping industry.

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

BUSINESSUITE Magazines Annual ranking of Jamaica’s leading businesswomen

28. Audrey Marks, Managing Director, Paymaster She introduced the one-stop shop bill payments concept to Jamaica when she started Paymaster in 1997. Over the last 13 years, the company has grown from a single branch at Sovereign Plaza in Liguanea with one client and five employees, to 156 locations across the island with 52 clients and over 400 staff members. Marks is a former president of the American Chamber of Commerce and Former ambassador to the US.

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

Amazon’s Kindle Fire: Designed with Women in Mind?

Is the SHEeconomy impacting the design and marketing of products? According to demographic analysis by comScore of tablet audiences in the United States (US), in the 3 month average ending June 2012, the Kindle Fire saw their audience skew distinctly female with 56.6% of its audience base represented by females. So with a plethora of tablets currently on the market, why has the Kindle Fire found favour with women in particular?

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

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