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On the Corporate Circuit

Published:Friday | October 28, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Vincent Edwards (left), president of the Racehorse Trainers Association, speaks with Dr Graham Brown, president of the Jamaica Racehorse Owners Association, during the launch ofthe Supreme Ventures Limited two-year-old racing series at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel recently.
Jason Hall, vice-president – Marketing, Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) and Paul Hoo (right), chairman, were recently spotted at the launch of the SVL two-year-old racing series at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
From left: Omar Peterson of Intcomex and Marlene Carr and Richard Archer from Train Fit were spotted at theTru-Juice Train Fit Moonlight 5k Walk and Bonfire Party held at the Tru-Juice Orchards on Friday, October 14.
Stacey Halsall Peart, chief operating officer of Advanced Integrated Systems,speaks withDr Norman Dunn, co-chairman of the Pharmaceutical Committee and the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, at their pharmaceutical committee briefing luncheon held on Tuesday, October 25, in the Knutsford Court Hotel’s Grand Caribbean Suite.
All girls must have their own bank account: Therese Turner-Jones (right), country representative for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and general manager for the IDB’s Caribbean Country Department, shares nuggets of wisdom with aspiring economists Tenéa Cadogan and Sasheika Rose following her personal development talk at the Chairman’s Forum – a series of conversations with upper-sixth-form students at Wolmer’s Girls. Turner shared the importance of saving and of girls having their own bank account. The forum was held at the school on October 21.