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LIME awards nation builders

Published:Thursday | December 11, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Grace Foster-Reid, owner of EnvironMed Limited, examines her new laptop presented by LIME's Vaughn Powell, SME sales executive. - Contributed
Eva Myers (left), owner of Evita's restaurant, happily receives one year of free 8MB Business Internet services from telecommunication firm LIME. Shauna Williams, SME sales executive, makes the presentation. - Contributed
The Heart Institute's Doreen Darien (left) proudly accepts a presentation from Tanisha Davis, LIME's sales operations manager. - Contributed
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LIME presented this year's NCB Nation Builder Awards winners with prizes valued at more than $800,000.

The Heart Institute of the Caribbean, the 2014 Nation Builder, received an Avaya Virtual IP Office business phone solution valued at $200,000 and a cash award of $100,000, and they will receive free LIME video conferencing services for three months.

Eva Myers, owner of the popular Ocho Rios-based Evita's restaurant, was presented with a one-year 8MB free LIME business Internet subscription, having received the 2014 Women in Business Award.

Operating in Manchester, Grace Foster-Reid, owner of EnvironMed Limited, maker of the EcoFarms brands and honey manufacturer, got a new laptop, having won the Start-up Award for 2014.

UWI students Thamar and Kacey-Ann Nelson received new smartphones for their selection as the 2014 Vision awardees.

Commenting on LIME's participation, Norman Naar, head of LIME Business, said: "This group represents aspiration and inspiration for the SME sector, and LIME through our business services arm is happy to be able to support them as they continue to grow."