Scotiabank announces eighth cohort of Scotia Vision Achiever Programme

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

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Scotiabank Jamaica aanounced the eighth cohort of small business owners in the 2018 edition of the Scotia Vision Achiever Programme last Wednesday.

The intensive 17-week course led by renowned business coach Marcia Woon Choy begins in April and includes seven modules, and is designed to impart core competencies required for running a profitable business, including sales, systemising the business processes, marketing and understanding business financials.

Participating companies include: Quality Systems Solutions & Initiatives, Natz Royale Beauty Care & Supplies, Nature My Therapy, Irie Rock Yaad Spa, Polka Dots Ltd, GD Films, Reve Ltd, Kay-D's Farms, D'Marie Institute Ltd, Morgans Creek Ltd, Office Outlet, Heart Smart Centre Ltd, Jamaican Care Packages Ltd, CMAG Scaffolding Ltd, Advitek Systems Ltd, Alkatec Company, Touchpoint Hospitality Ltd, Watt's New, The Original Arm Candy, Global Laboratories & Health Limited, Garland Law, Adana's Pharmacy, Shavuot International Holdings Company Ltd, Ali Mic Institute & More Ltd, and Stokeley Marshall, Attorney-at-Law.

Participants will benefit from an investment of more than $20 million, with additional prizes to the top three including: $1,500,000 in advertising from Business Access TV; $750,000 in grants from the Development Bank of Jamaica; $1,080,000 in the development of advertising campaign material from eMedia Interactive Group; $450,000 in business solutions from Digicel Business; $1,000,000 in digital marketing workshops from iCreate; $600,000 in digital marketing solutions from Trendmedia; and $100,000 in printing services from Lithographic Printers.

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