Professional Football Jamaica Limited (PFJL) welcomed back Conserve IT Ltd as a returning club sponsor for the upcoming season of the Jamaica Premier League.
This return was hosted by Chris Williams, chairman of PFJL at a press signing that took p more
KINGSTON, Jamaica— A two-day Credit Restoration Virtual Summit put on by the Caribbean Credit Repair Association (CCRA) will allow Jamaicans to access a wealth of information about credit repair, according to a statement issued.
The event will more
Jamaica's largest all-boy institution, Kingston College, celebrates 95 years of existence today.
The school, which has campuses at North Street (main) and Upper Elletson Road in Kingston, first opened its doors to 49 students on April 16, 1925 at it more
Jamaica's largest all-boy institution, Kingston College, celebrates 95 years of existence today.The school, which has campuses at North Street (main) and Upper Elletson Road in Kingston, first opened its doors to 49 students on April 16, 1925 at its more
MINISTER of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw says a land bank is being developed, geared at pinpointing properties across Jamaica that are suitable for agriculture but are not being used.
Speaking at the opening ceremony for more
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Audley Shaw, says a land bank is being developed, geared at pinpointing properties across Jamaica that are suitable for agriculture, but are not being used.
The fact is that many people are being asked to do sales when they don't like to sell. The corporate culture has shifted to the point where even security guards are being asked to take on part of the sales process, such as handing out brochures or e more
In the past, you walk into the bank, the credit union, the investment banking house and ask how much interest rate they would pay you. Then you could take your $10,000 or more and put it down for 30 days, 180 days and the like and then collect your more
According to Elizabeth Terry, NLP Trainer and master coach, the key to business success is to find someone doing what you want to do and copy them.
“In the practice of neuro-linguistic programming we have a technique called modelling. And it i more
President of the Small Business Assocation of Jamaica (SBAJ), Hugh Johnson is asking for clarity on the Government's position as it relates to the development of the small business sector.
Making reference to several government “utterances more
Do you have a spare bedroom, an apartment, know someone who wants to bring in short-term rentals without the management headache? Well, the Airbnb opportunity has transformed the short-term rental market in Jamaica in a positive way.
Consider the more
The team at JMMB Group Ltd (JMMBGL) has announced via the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) that “pursuant to a resolution of their board of directors dated September 28, 2017, JMMBGL proposes to voluntarily delist all of its issued and outstanding more
While the general trajectory of the stock market is up, the fact is that stocks move in both directions and trading in July demonstrated that clearly.
The big losers on the Main Market were Ciboney, having sold off the property it owned and paid out more
In the wake of “Wakanda Forever” fever and a swell of black pride driven by King T'Challa and the rest of Marvel Studio's Black Panther mega hit, Palace Amusement saw its stock price surge by 154 per cent.
According to investment guru more
Over the last 12 months for the period ending July 30, 2018, four of the seven unit trust companies have delivered double-digit returns to investors.
The top performer was Sagicor Investments' Sigma Equity Fund which gave investors 25.34 per cent r more
With savings accounts paying less than 1.75 per cent and repurchase agreements at the top end of the market for accounts with $1 million or more, the stock market has attracted the interest of investors who want to enjoy a quarterly paycheque and g more
For many Jamaican companies, it's not the diaspora in the north that is the new frontier, but our neighbours to the south in the Caribbean and Central America that are shaping up to provide investment opportunities. Stocks & Securities Limited (B more
SSLVC, the venture capital arm of Stocks & Securities Ltd, is in the business of expanding the available capital of businesses in Jamaica. As a stand-alone company with its own chief executive officer, the company has the mandate from parent comp more
Speaking at the National Financial Inclusion Council meeting held last week, governor of the Bank of Jamaica Brian Wynter noted that the push to improve the financial inclusion of citizens was hampered by data collection challenges to guage how effec more
The success of the Sygnus Credit Investments (SCI) Ltd's initial public offer (IPO) in June 2018 is not surprising to those who knew that Jason Morris and his team were the architects of the 2010 Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) intervention in the Jamaican fin more
Wayne Iton — formerly the head of the Jamaica Stock Exchange from 1987 to 2004 then chief executive officer of the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange and CEO of the Trinidad & Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission — calls himsel more
Peter Donkersloot, general manager of Caribbean Cement Company, is promoting the idea that contractors should be committed to repairing roads to up to 10 years after the contract is awarded.
“My approach to this argument about road contracts more
Many companies have taken the position to offer commissions only, and no base salary, for salespeople. The idea is that salespeople must go out and hunt and companies can then determine who is the best fit, without the additional cost of salaries an more
“Investors really ought to know what they are buying into when IPOs are being issued, rather than thinking that the price of each IPO can only go in one direction — up.”
That was the warning salvo issued by investing guru John Ja more
WHEN a teacher and a parent noticed that Usain Bolt has scoliosis, and Michael Phelps' mom discovered he had a learning disability, each set of caregivers decided to work with these children and saw a bright future. History shows that these two Olymp more