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We Are In A Brave New New World, Requiring A Different, Mature, Nationalist Approach

Over the past year the PSOJ has been heard to speak on a plethora of issues across a wide subject area of National life. This activity has engendered some criticism as to its appropriateness and authority to do so and it is, I submit, necessary for me to make an evidence-based response to that criticism. […]

Corporate Movements February 2019

Jamaican Government Looking To Re-Energise Engagement With Private Sector To Benefit Jamaica’s Trade Results.

The Jamaican Government is increasing its engagement with the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) and the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters’ Association (JMEA) on trade issues. The move is in keeping with measures geared at bolstering Jamaica’s trade objectives, this as the Government is looking to a new and re-energised engagement with the private sector […]

Corporate Movements February 2019

Three Recent Occurrences Have Captured The Attention Of A Global Audience Due To Their Potential Indirect And Direct Global Impact

Keynote Speaker Mr. Sree Ramaswamy, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator the Honourable Kamina Johnson Smith, PSOJ Executives and Guest Panelists, Sponsors the JMMB Group, Continental Baking Company, GB Energy Group, DRT Communications, Lucralux Marketing and the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, the general PSOJ Membership and other invited guests …………. Good Morning. I take […]

Jamaica’s Pattern Of Studying, Consulting, Re-Consulting And Updating Its Studies, Have Impeded The Country’s Own Progress.

Jamaicans Must Shift Their Focus To Workforce Productivity – Scott

Paul Scott, President of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica has called on Jamaicans to shift their focus to the productivity of the workforce, suggesting that unless Jamaicans improve productivity, they were not going to see any improvement in the performance of the currency, and that it was an absolute reality and what needs to […]

Corporate Movements February 2019