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Corporate sightings

Published:Monday | October 6, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Kelly Tomblin (right), chief executive officer, Jamaica Public Service Company, greets Captain Sydney Innis (centre) and Delroy Morgan at the recent Leaders to Leaders 2014-2015 Series 'The Power of Sisterhood: Fostering a Culture of Mentorship' at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Winsome Callum (right), director, corporate communications, Jamaica Public Service Company, engages Tanikie McClarthy, corporate affairs executive of Flow at the Leaders to Leaders 2014-2015 Series. Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Colridge Minto (centre), owner Twilight Financial Services is joined by from left: Ambassador Audrey Marks, chief executive officer, Paymaster Jamaica Limited; Pat Wisdom, owner, Ocho Rios Card Centre, Dushyant Savadia, world-renowned training expert and corporate coach and Natalie St Louis, Paymaster's vice-president, marketing and client services. They were at yesterday's customer training session which saw participating staff from across the company's customer service network in attendance at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston. Ian Allen/Photographer
Dushayant Savadia, programme director - Art of Living Foundation, delivers his motivational presentation to Paymaster Jamaica Limited staff at their seminar at the Jamaica Conference Centre yesterday.
Henry Graham, chairman of Sweet River, inserts his company's name on the Jamaica Stock Exchange's Junior Market listing board while looking on from left are: Claudette Crooks Collie, president of MoneyMasters, Audrey Deer-Williams, director, Audley Deidrick, director, Robin Levy, deputy general manager of the Jamaica Stock Exchange; Maxine Wilson; Devon Barrett, general manager of Victoria Mutual Wealth Management and Valdence Gifford, managing director of Sweet River. They were at the listing ceremony for Sweet River Abattoir and Supplies at the Jamaica Stock Exchange on Friday, September 19. Contributed
Nicola Madden-Greig (second right), president of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association, engages Billy Wilmot (left), lead singer of Mystic Revealers, during the 2014 staging of the recent Jamaica Product Exchange at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Looking on are Richard Lue (second left) of VP Records; Tourism Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill (third left); and Julius Chin-Yee (right), the Mystic Revealers' manager.-Contributed
From left: Erica McKenzie, Susan Simes and Elva Ruddock pose for the camera at the recent National Commercial Bank Media Lyme.-Brian McCalla/Freelance Photographer
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (centre) removing debris along with Digicel's Patrick King as the national clean-up effort to control the spread of the chik-V cases and rid communities of mosquito-breeding sites continues in the Payne Land division, along Spanish Town Road, on Saturday.-Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
Natalie Neita-Headley (left), minister with responsibility for sports, watches as Dr Terry Hall and Tammy Hart, daughters of Frank Hall, unveil the plaque to open the gym named after their father. Watching the proceedings is Michael Bernard, chairman of the Jamaica College board of governors.-Gladstone Taylor/Photographer

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