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TECH TIMES - eMedia launches Jamaica's first digital creative agency

Published:Monday | December 8, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Kim Lee, head of channel marketing, sponsorships and promotions at LIME, was spotted with Minister of Science and Technology Phillip Paulwell and Stephen Guo, country manager, Huawei Technologies Jamaica, at the launch of the Huawei Ascend P7 at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel last Tuesday.
From left: Stephen Guo, country manager, Huawei Technologies Jamaica; Dwight Williams, head of products, LIME; Debbie Grant, marketing manager, Huawei Technologies Jamaica; Minister of Science and Technology, Phillip Paulwell; and Xia Guoshun, deputy chief of mission and political counsellor, pose for photos at the launch of the Huawei Ascend P7 at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel last Tuesday.
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Kingston, Jamaica:

Branded by eMedia, Jamaica's first digital creative agency, formalised an innovative approach for corporate entities to connect with their constituents at a launch last Tuesday, December 2, at the Knutsford Court Hotel.

The packaged initiative offers affordable, expansive video options and the addition of an app service accompanying eMedia Interactive Ltd's cornerstone product, Branded eZines (digital magazines).

Branded is set to disrupt the market, as this packaged initiative is the first of its kind. This allows ease of access as companies and consumers can bring their electronic magazines to the fingertips of mobile users with increased interactivity.

eMedia is also pioneering the nation's first Talent Hub, where actors and models receive the full quota allotted to them. The eMedia Talent Hub allows talent to, in essence, be their own agent.