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Caribbean Business Report launches online

Friday, November 01, 2019

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Ramble Media Corporation, an affiliate of the Jamaica Observer/ ATL/ Sandals Group of Companies, launched its second digital media platform, Caribbean Business Report (CBR).

A pan-Caribbean media group, Ramble Media Corporation promises to inform, connect and showcase the vibrant nature of the Caribbean through its digital networks.

Caribbean Business Report's first inception was as a weekly print product (every Friday) in the Jamaica Observer. It provided coverage of business activities across the Caribbean together with insightful commentary.

Launched in 2005, it has become a mainstay of Jamaican business news publications.

Now part of the Ramble Media Corporation family, it will be digitally distributed across the region daily.

Adam Stewart, deputy chairman of the Sandals/ ATL Group, says the Caribbean Business Report will provide credible, trusted Caribbean business news.

In its more substantive iteration, Caribbean Business Report will bring readers up to date with regional news, market updates, provide special reports and commentary, world news, events and showcase videos and offers. It will now feature a special arts and lifestyle section called 'The Art of Living'.

Caribbean Business Report is Ramble Media Corporation's second digital service offering this year and signals its intent to take a more targeted approach to the region's digital landscape,” said Al Edwards, CEO of Ramble Media Corporation. “Its bold approach in pushing the envelope is in keeping with its parent group's mission, which is to be always looking ahead while taking an innovative approach.”

“With business news readers gravitating more toward digital formats, we felt the time was right to present a dynamic product that combined aesthetic appeal with functionality,” he continued. “I do hope readers, wherever they may be, find Caribbean Business Report informative and reliable,” Edwards said.

Deputy chairman of the group, Adam Stewart, added, “I am very proud of Ramble Media Corporation's second venture into the digital space. This advances our media group's offerings and takes it to the next level.

“Ramble Media Corporation will be a force to be reckoned with, and Caribbean Business Report is a critical part of that journey,” the deputy chairman insisted. “It will provide credible, trusted Caribbean business news and show the world that the region is a vibrant, ever-growing enterprising place where all sorts of businesses can operate.”

Caribbean Business Report can be found at: caribbeanbusinessreport.com.


Now you can read the Jamaica Observer ePaper anytime, anywhere. The Jamaica Observer ePaper is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at http://bit.ly/epaperlive


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