Talking business

Linda Eddleman (right), CEO, Trust for the Americas, makes a point to Professor Rosalea Hamilton, CEO of the Lasco Chin Foundation; Dwayne Gutzmer (2nd right), CEO, Institute Law and Economics; and Kemal Brown, CEO Digital Global Group, at day one of the annual DIA summit, held under the theme ‘The Global YOUth’.

The summit brought together young entrepreneurs from the DIA Urban Lab and NCB ICON lab in Jamaica and online, and entrepreneurs from DIA labs across Latin America and the Caribbean at the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean in St Andrew last Wednesday.

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