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Local Entrepreneurs Share Lessons In Growing And Strengthening Youth Entrepreneurship At MSBM’s Conference July 10-12, 2019

Kingston, Jamaica -July 6, 2019: Young entrepreneurs will get the opportunity to garner further knowledge on how to grow and strengthen their business during the Mona School of Business International Business & Management Conference scheduled for July 10-12, 2019 under the theme, Delivering on the Promise of Entrepreneurship: Critical Perspectives on Research, Practice, and Thinking […]

If We Are To Have Real Growth And Development Nationally …. We Must Grow Our SME Sector.

Newly Listed iCreate Stock Price Jumps 30% On First Day Of Trading

iCreate Limited (ICREATE) listed it shares on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) Junior Market on February 25, 2019. This increased the number of companies listed to 38 which represents 40 securities listed on the Junior Market. ICREATE raised $70 million and added 819 new shareholders to their register. Also with this listing, the market capitalization […]

Barita Investments Limited Reporting Net Profits Of JA$912M, A Third Consecutive Quarter Of Record Profits

iCreate Limited Expected To Apply For Listing On The Junior Market Of The Jamaica Stock Exchange.

Sagicor Investments Jamaica Limited has advised that the iCreate Limited IPO was oversubscribed and the subscription list closed on February 1, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. The offer opened on Thursday, January 31 and was scheduled to close February 14, with 74,062,500 ordinary shares offered to the public at $1.01 each. The company, which had sought […]

Barita Investments Limited Reporting Net Profits Of JA$912M, A Third Consecutive Quarter Of Record Profits

Tyrone Wilson Takes iCreate Limited To Market With IPO To Raise JA$70M

iCreate Limited is going to the public to raise JA$70M in an Initial Public Offering, and will be inviting applications for 74,062,500 newly issued ordinary shares at a price of $1.01 each. Of the $70M, at least $30M is expected from an allocation for the public and the remaining $40M from two key partner groups. […]

If We Are To Have Real Growth And Development Nationally …. We Must Grow Our SME Sector.