ST JAMES, Jamaica - Executive Chairman of Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited (CPJ), Mark Hart, has been announced as this year’s inductee into the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce’ (MBCCI) and Industry’s prestigious Business Leaders Wall of Fame.
He follows in the footsteps of his late father, business titan, Antony ‘Tony’ Hart, who was inducted into the Wall of Fame in 2015.
According to a release from the MBCCI, the honour will be bestowed on Hart at the chamber’s annual awards banquet on Saturday, December 2, at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Hart, a luminary in the business sector, is renowned for his extraordinary accomplishments and steadfast commitment to the community. He exemplifies the qualities that define the MBCCI’s Business Leaders Wall of Fame; inspiring leadership, dedication to service innovation and professional achievements.
An exemplar of unwavering commitment to Montego Bay, in particular and Jamaica, in general, Hart has been a driving force in both the corporate realm and public service, currently serving as chairman of the Airports Authority of Jamaica, Montego Bay Freezone Company Limited, the Port Authority of Jamaica and serving on the boards of other public and private sector organisations.
Hart leads a stellar line-up of awardees at the banquet which will bring together prominent business, civic and political leaders, community members, and other distinguished guests, including keynote speaker, Chief Justice of Jamaica, Bryan Sykes.
President of the MBCCI, Oral Heaven, expressed gratitude to business stakeholders for their continued support of the organisation and his tenure.
“I’m honoured to recognise the significance of this initiative, where we celebrate the dedication and achievements of outstanding individuals who have made invaluable contributions to our organisation and society. It is a testament to the power of recognition and appreciation in fostering excellence and inspiring others to reach for greatness,” Heaven said.
The banquet ‘Celebrating Business Excellence’ is being supported by companies such as Wards Powers Tools, the Howard Ward Benefit Foundation, LCH Development Limited, Elite Conceptz and Solutionz, CPJ, Half Moon Hotel, RSD Shipping Company Jamaica Limited, MBJ Airport, Princess Hotels and Resorts Jamaica, Western Mirror and Ascend Innovation.