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KINGSTON, Jamaica – Delegates attending the recently concluded Jamaica 55 Diaspora Conference were impressed by the work of three social enterprises being nurtured by the Social Enterprise Boost In
Chairman of the Diaspora Task Force of the Economic Growth Council (EGC) Dr David Panton says a Jamaican Diaspora bond will be launched later this year, or early next year, in which Jamaicans in th
The Best Care Special Education School is set to grow its student body to 65 by the September term, says Orville Johnson, chairman of the Best Care Foundation.
In an effort to correct what the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI) has estimated to be losses of US$12.8 billion annually in unexploited revenue from the diaspora, the Jamaica Stock Excha
National Baking Company became the first corporate company to launch an internal Jamaica Moves programme.
BUNKER'S HILL, Trelawny - Nature lovers from home and abroad can now explore the unspoilt biodiversity in areas of the Jamaican Cockpit Country, through the Bunker's Hill Cultural Xperience & R
Some 50 business leaders, industry stakeholders and policymakers were trained in Social Enterprise 101 at a two-day Social Enterprise Boost Initiative (SEBI) workshop, a programme being implemented
Delories Jones (right) JN Fund Managers Limited vice-president- sales and business development presents St Catherine's Teacher Parish Award to Careen James Barnett, during the Junior Achievement 20
Speaking during the finals of the JN Foundation's Science Genius Jamaica project at the Carnegie Centre, New Kingston, on Thursday, Tifa and Wayne Marshall, said education is important to both danc
JAD Binders, owned and operated by the Jamaica Association for the Deaf (JAD), signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Bookophilia on June 29.
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