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Published:Thursday | April 19, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Andrew Fazio, director of BPO and Hospitality at C&W Business, shares a moment with Jodi-Ann Shaw (right), manager, South East 2- Heart Trust/NTA and Tashia Johnson- Welcom, (centre) Instructor - Heart Trust/NTA, at the Outsource2Jamaica Symposium and Expo.
(From left) Jeremy Jones, director of Corporate Services- Sandals International; Shanique McIntosh, Customer Care Manager- Jamaica Public Service (JPS); Ronnie Thompson, Senior Director of Customer Experience- Flow and Kirk Laughlin, Managing Director- Nearshore Americas, are all smiles on the first day of the Outsource2Jamaica Conference at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Andrew Wheatley (left), Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, shares a handshake with Steve Weston (right), CEO - SK Weston and Company, on the second day of the Outsource2jamica Symposium and Expo. Also pictured are Ryan Sterling, CEO- Vertis Technology and Delroy McLean- director of networking, security and mobile workforce Solutions - C&W Business.
LASCO NAJ Nurse of the Year, Treveen Palmer Miller, (centre) leads fellow nurses and participants in cheers during the advocacy walk to end violence against women and girls dubbed Orange Day, recently.
Heather Blanco (left) and Tahnee Carmela had a blast recently, when they attended the first ever staging of Regency Carnival, at 16 Waterloo Road in Kingston.
It was a great experience for Jodi-Kay Hunter (left) and Mariet Leyva, when they recently attended Regency's last lap in luxury.


It's midweek already, but a good time to quickly reflect on some of the happenings on the social scene recently. A few big wigs attended the second day of the Outsource2Jamaica Symposium and Expo, held recently at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Also thrown into the mix are snippets from Regency's last-lap party.