Rose Hall Great House hosts MoBay Chamber Expo 2017 showcase

Thursday, September 28, 2017

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ROSE HALL, St James — Rose Hall Developments Limited hosted guests of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry Yello Media Group Expo 2017 Industry showcase on the lawns of the historic Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay last Thursday.

Rose Hall Developments, a retail and property management company, provided exhibit space for industry players, while guests got the opportunity to experience one of Jamaica's best attractions through guided night tours of Rose Hall Great House.

The showcase is a precursor to Expo 2017 scheduled for the Montego Bay Convention Centre from October 13-15.

Expo 2017 is the premier trade show of its kind in western Jamaica. The expo will focus on Jamaica's service industries, especially tourism, construction, BPO, creative industries, and the energy sector. This year's staging is being held under the theme 'Connecting Industries…Building Together,' and will feature seminars with several leading industry players.




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