JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation supports youth entrepreneurs through Vincent HoSang/ UWI Venture Competition
CEO of JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation Kim Mair is pleased to hand over the award for corporate social responsibility to Jonathan Grant of Money Trees Farms. Money Trees Farms is a social enterprise that was created to address the issue of unemployment in youth by implementing a skills training and mentorship programme for young farmers..

THE Vincent HoSang UWI Venture Competition was held at the Mona School of Business and Management, UWI, recently, to harness the talents and skills of students within the UWI community, and facilitates the development of their ideas into fully-fledged businesses.

The JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation remains an ongoing sponsor of the competition in keeping with its mandate to support and nurture young talent through entrepreneurship and education.

Here are some highlights from the competition:

JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation CEO Kim Mair (left) presents the award to third-place winner of the Vincent HoSang/UWI Venture Competition, Tina Geddes.
From left: Kim Mair, CEO of JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation; Janice Henlin, director of marketing, Mona School of Business and Management; and Howard Hylton, Caribbean Food Delight representative, listen as Shakira Chin, marketing representative, Caribbean Food Delight, makes a point during the final of the competition.

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