PSOJ Out West
William Mahfood and his Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) group introduced the first in a series of events to make their presence felt in western Jamaica.
The event hosted last Thursday night at Sandals Montego Bay, was hosted by Sandals Resorts International's chief executive officer, Adam Stewart, and International Asset Services (IAS). The event, which Outlook has tagged, 'Steps in the right direction,' was attended by a large number of Montego Bay business operators who laid out the red carpet welcoming the group.
Pleased with the turnout, Mahfood quipped that the PSOJ was definitely not the Private Sector Organisation of Kingston, but an all-inclusive vehicle ready for change. "If we don't help to be that vehicle of change, we won't realise our goals," he told the gathering, adding that Montego Bay was one of the most thriving.
It is no surprise that the PSOJ is recognising the importance of maintaining a close relationship with the west owing to the many sectors that are flourishing in the tourism capital, and Stewart made note of that.
"The PSOJ is engaging the business community and I must commend them for taking the time to come to the west; it shows the strength of the private sector," Stewart declared.
Like the all-inclusive luxury vacations that the Sandals group has become known for, the hospitality team went all out, serving up a sumptuous spread, titillating the appetites of those in attendance.