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Published:Monday | September 5, 2016 | 9:00 AM
Auril Leonce, Director SME Partnership and Development and Ryan Reid breaks the conversation for a quick snap.
Jacqueline Sharp (centre), president and CEO, Scotia Group is sandwiched by Simone Walker, (right) and Kaysia Johnson.
Auril Leonce, (right) Director SME Partnership and Development shares a joke with (from left) Melany Levy of Candy Craze, Horace Gyles, of HBG Associates and Ryan Reid.
Pamela Douglas, (centre) and Debra Lopez-Spence, (left) fix up Simone Walker ahead of the ceremony.
Yanique Forbes Patrick (centre), vice-president, Marketing of Scotiabank welcomes Cristal Heaven, (right) of Clifton’s Machine Shop and Melany Levy of Candy Craze at the Scotiabank Vision Achiever Programme.
From left: Sean Scott, Wisynco Foods CEO, Raymond Samuels, Retail Manager RUBiS Energy Jamaica, Maurice Sloley, Wisynco Foods Operations Manager Wendy’s and Alain Carreau, CEO RUBiS Energy Jamaica stopped for a photo after a brief tour of the refurbished C-Store at the RUBiS Bridgehouse location in Spanish Town. The tour came during the Grand Opening of the location on Friday, August 26.
From left: Catherine Goodall, Beverages Marketing Manager, LASCO Distributors Ltd and Kelia-Gaye Dunbar, Marketing Manager, LASCO Distributors share a hearty laugh with Nigel Coke, Director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh day Adventists, during a private tour of the LASCO White Marl Facilities on Thursday, September 1.
Peta-Gay Thompson, Product and Business Development Manager at CUNA Caribbean Insurance Jamaica Ltd., Samantha Morris, Marketing, Communications and Membership Coordinator at the JHTA and Gail Abrahams, CEO of AMCHAM share a light moment at the launch of Olive International Ltd.'s line of red and white wines from the La Mancha region of Spain.
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Scotiabank's closing ceremony for the Vision Achiever Programme took place at its Corporate Learning Centre on Wednesday. The event was filled with food, laughter and of course, great company.