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On the Corporate Circuit

Published:Wednesday | January 13, 2016 | 1:00 AM
Jamaica Public Service (JPS) head of marketing Tishan Lee (right) hands the delighted Youth View Awards conceptualiser Karen Clarke a sponsorship cheque for $1.4 million. JPS is partnering with the event, through its energy efficiency and conservation programme, reaffirming the company’s commitment to encouraging the youth to embrace the application of greener and cleaner energy alternatives in their lifestyles. The ninth staging of the Youth View Awards will be held on February 20 at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston.
Alphie Mullings Allen, president of Junior Achievement Jamaica, recently secured a memorandum of understanding with Garth Walker, CEO of Business Access TV, for the first ‘teen-trepreneur’ competition. Business Access TV has launched its first such competition geared at giving teens the opportunity to create their own TV series primarily focused on business. The series will comprise 13 episodes aimed at educating their age group on a wide range of business topics such as how to get a job, what is debt, building and growing a business, the art of negotiation, and the importance of financial planning, among others. Entry will be opened on January 15 and run until February 28.
The National Commercial Bank’s Winston Lawson and wife Camille stayed close at the Sunnation Breakfast Party at Oriental Gardens on New Year’s morning.
From left: Businesswoman Doreen Lawson lymes with gal pals Lynda Wright and Kaelene Smith at the recent Shaggy & Friends concert.
FLOW’s Garry Sinclair (left) has a word with Scotiabank Caribbean’s Bruce Bowen at the Shaggy & Friends concert.
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