They are regarded among Jamaica's 50 future business leaders, so we
asked some of them to share their wish list for Jamaica in 2013 and, for
the month of January, we will share them with you. Here is what
president/CEO of eMedia Interactive Limited, Tyrone Wilson; and
CEO/director of SMS Communications, Stephen Spence, had to say:
From a policymaker perspective, we should really look at making some bold decisions to allow businesses and entrepreneurship to flourish. When we look at the Doing Business Report, we are very low, as well as on The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. At...
There should also be reform by cutting the size of the public sector to a more manageable size.
- President/CEO of eMedia Interactive Limited, Tyrone Wilson
If we want the best for our country, a bright and promising future for our children, then Jamaica's wish should be that we practise frugal spending, exert great energy in creating an environment for the young to be educated, and facilitate the creation of entrepreneurship to entice local and foreign investment.
Our leaders must set the example and take the lead. Tough decisions must be made, and it's the only way. Jamaica has too much to offer the world for us to begin the next 50 years doing the same old things.
- CEO/director of SMS Communications, Stephen Spence