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Published:Thursday | April 5, 2018 | 12:00 AM
From left: 2018 Scotiabank Vision Achievers Toni Robinson, director of Polka Dots Ltd; Gianna Fakhourie, CEO of The Original Arm Candy; Rory Craig Walker, CEO and founder of Jamaican Care Packages; and Kadeon Davis, CEO of Kay-D Farms, at the launch of the 2018 Scotiabank Vision Achievers Programme.
From left: Duane Bennett and his sister Teasea, 2018 Scotiabank Vision Achievers and founders of Reve Jewellery and Accessories, conversing with Audrey Tugwell Henry, executive vice president of retail banking at Scotiabank.
Candy Crush! CEO of The Original Arm Candy and 2018 Scotiabank Vision Achiever Gianna Fakhourie (left) is delighted to see Avril Leonce, director of SME partnership and development at Scotiabank, wearing one of her bracelets. Looking on at the discovery is Dayne Buckner, scotiabank district vice president, Metro North.
Tyrone Wilson, president and CEO of eMedia Interactive Group Ltd and 2018 Scotiabank Vision Achiever, has the full attention of (from second left) Craig Phang Sang, owner of Advitek Systems Ltd; Kaysia Johnson Vaughn, marketing programmes manager at Scotiabank; and 2018 Scotiabank Vision Achiever Garreth Daley, CEO of GD Films.
Fornia Young, general manager, investments client partnership at JMMB Investments, is photographed with Gregory Mayne of GM Realty at the recent cocktail event hosted by JMMB’s Financial Solutions advisory unit.
JMMB’s Kathi-Lee Ramsay is clearly feeling the vibes as she joins in the performance of 2017 ‘Digicel Rising Stars’ winner Akeem ‘Short Boss’ Smith.
From left: JMMB’s Sherii Webley, financial solutions adviser, and Georgia Campbell, manager, client partnership, financial solutions, get cosy for a photo op with entrepreneur Garth Walker at the recent cocktail event hosted by JMMB’s Financial Solutions advisory team at the Spanish Court Hotel.

Today, we get back to 'business' - JMMB's financial solutions advisory team recently fÍted clients and prospective clients at a cocktail event held at the Spanish Court Hotel. With performances by 2017 Digicel Rising Star Akeen 'ShortyBoss' Smith, it provided a fun atmosphere for networking.

Meanwhile, Scotiabank welcomed the eighth cohort of small-business owners in the 2018 edition of the Scotiabank Vision Achiever Programme, launched at the Scotiacentre branch at the corner of Duke and Port Royal streets.

Scotiabank Vision Achiever is a 17-week coaching programme led by international business coach Marcia Woon-Choy of ActionCOACH.