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Corporate Sightings

Published:Thursday | April 9, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Contributed Photo Dr Christos Koulamas of Florida International University Chapman Graduate School of Business presents the Business Leader of the Year Award (Female) to Chairman and CEO of Manpower & Maintenance Services Limited, M Audrey Hinchcliffe at their graduation ceremony that was held recently in Kingston. Hinchcliffe was selected for the award by the Professional Master of Business Administration Jamaica Programme, Class of 2015.
Contributed Photo From left: LIME's Chief Executive Officer, Garfield Sinclair; the Country Manager at Sutherland Global, Odetta Rockhead, and LIME's Head of Sales, Norman Naar, flashed pearly whites for the camera while attending the recent Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica President’s Club Breakfast Forum in New Kingston.
Contributed Photo Former Jamaican/West Indies cricketer, Lawrence ‘Yaga’ Rowe (third right), is flanked by a group of women employed across the GraceKennedy Financial Group when he made a brief visit to Jamaica recently. They are from left: Sheraine Campbell, Crystal Anderson, Laelia Nicholson, Janell Williams and Rachel McKenley. Rowe visited the Melbourne Oval cricket grounds in Kingston where the GraceKennedy Financial Group/ISSA Shields Schoolboy Cricket Finals were being played between Campion College and St George’s College
Contributed Photo Attorney and Businessman Howard Mitchell (left) and Gary ‘Butch’ Hendrickson (centre) head of National Bakery listen to Professor Densil Williams' views on his new book. The book was motivated by a national initiative called The Bold Ones: New Champions of Manufacturing which showcased the work of new entrepreneurs who are engaged in the production of goods for domestic and export consumptions.
Contributed Photo President of the Senate, Floyd Morris (left) and GraceKennedy CEO Don Wehby (centre), get a feel of Professor Densil Williams' new book at its recent launch.
Contributed Photo Brian George (left), president of Supreme Ventures Limited plays a game with som eof the children atttending the Supreme Ventures Easter Egg Hunt at the Hope Gardens on Monday.