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Dr Glenford Christian (right) receives the JCC Individual Chamber Member award from Michael Thompson, senior VP at Scotiabank
Dr Glenford Christian (right) receives the JCC Individual Chamber Member award from Michael Thompson, senior VP at Scotiabank
Beverly Scott receives the Individual Community Service award from Paul Rodgers, business editor at Jamaica Observer.
Beverly Scott receives the Individual Community Service award from Paul Rodgers, business editor at Jamaica Observer.
.Christopher Jarrett of Mocking Bird Hill Hotel collects the JCC Environmental Protection Awareness award from Gihan DeMel (left), audit partner at Deloitte & Touche.
.Christopher Jarrett of Mocking Bird Hill Hotel collects the JCC Environmental Protection Awareness award from Gihan DeMel (left), audit partner at Deloitte & Touche.
Melissa Newman of Jamaica Energy Partners Limited collects the Best of Chamber-Small Enterprise award on behalf of JEP from Milton Samuda.
Melissa Newman of Jamaica Energy Partners Limited collects the Best of Chamber-Small Enterprise award on behalf of JEP from Milton Samuda.
General manager of The Spanish Court Hotel Lee-Ann Godfrey-Porter collects the Best of Chamber-Medium Enterprise award for the hotel from Sang Kie Cho, director of JPS.
General manager of The Spanish Court Hotel Lee-Ann Godfrey-Porter collects the Best of Chamber-Medium Enterprise award for the hotel from Sang Kie Cho, director of JPS.
CEO Mark Linehan (right) accepts the Best of Chamber-Large Enterprise award on behalf of Digicel Jamaica from JCC president Milton Samuda.
CEO Mark Linehan (right) accepts the Best of Chamber-Large Enterprise award on behalf of Digicel Jamaica from JCC president Milton Samuda.
Sandra Glasgow receives a well-planted smackeroo at breakfast from Peter Bunting, investment banker turned national security protector, at the March 20 PSOJ Chairman's Club Forum held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.- Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Sandra Glasgow receives a well-planted smackeroo at breakfast from Peter Bunting, investment banker turned national security protector, at the March 20 PSOJ Chairman's Club Forum held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.- Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Joe Matalon (right) chose the relaxed look while Billagin Gi Traill creates a striking contrast in pink at the PSOJ Executive Lyme held at Devon House on March 23.
Joe Matalon (right) chose the relaxed look while Billagin Gi Traill creates a striking contrast in pink at the PSOJ Executive Lyme held at Devon House on March 23.
All eyes are on Karin Wilson-Edmonds and she's loving it. She is flanked by Ferris Ziadie (left) and Stephen Facey (right) at the PSOJ Executive Lyme at Devon House on March 23.- Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
All eyes are on Karin Wilson-Edmonds and she's loving it. She is flanked by Ferris Ziadie (left) and Stephen Facey (right) at the PSOJ Executive Lyme at Devon House on March 23.- Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer

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JAMAICA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AWARDS 2012

The awards were presented on Thursday night, March 29, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston.

CEO Mark Linehan (right) accepts the Best of Chamber-Large Enterprise award on behalf of Digicel Jamaica from JCC president Milton Samuda.


General manager of The Spanish Court Hotel Lee-Ann Godfrey-Porter collects the Best of Chamber-Medium Enterprise award for the hotel from Sang Kie Cho, director of JPS.


Melissa Newman of Jamaica Energy Partners Limited collects the Best of Chamber-Small Enterprise award on behalf of JEP from Milton Samuda.


Dr Glenford Christian (right) receives the JCC Individual Chamber Member award from Michael Thompson, senior VP at Scotiabank.

Beverly Scott receives the Individual Community Service award from Paul Rodgers, business editor at Jamaica Observer.


FACES OF THE WEEK

Joe Matalon (right) chose the relaxed look while Billagin Gi Traill creates a striking contrast in pink at the PSOJ Executive Lyme held at Devon House on March 23.- Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer




















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