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Wealth MSME Alliance Magazine Set To Make Impact

Published:Monday | July 10, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Leighton Davis, editor - Wealth Magazine, speaks with Gillian Hyde, general manager - JN Small Business Loans and Donovan Signal, president MSME Alliance.

Award-winning Wealth Magazine and the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Alliance have partnered to publish a business lifestyle magazine, the Wealth MSME Alliance Business Insider Magazine. The magazine was officially launched recently.

It will be printed quarterly, distributed free to consumers, and will also be available online.

"We take great pleasure in partnering with Wealth Magazine to present the Wealth MSME Alliance Business Insider Magazine. We believe that the co-branding of the MSME Alliance and Wealth Magazine will deliver the kind of synergies that entrepreneurs need in order to grow their businesses and become successful," said Donovan Wignal, president of the MSME Alliance.




The Wealth MSME Alliance Business Insider Magazine is a Jamaican and Caribbean-centric magazine with a global appeal. It will speak the language of entrepreneurs about micro, small, and medium enterprises and the strategic alliances, information, and access they need to succeed in their endeavours.

"We are thrilled to have formed this partnership with MSME Alliance. This magazine will have a lot more direct focus on small business hence the name of the publication: Wealth MSME Alliance Business Insider. We are building on the equity of the Wealth brand with laser focus on the small and medium (SME) market, including all sectors," managing editor of Wealth Magazine Garth Walker said.

Jamaica National Small Business Loans Limited believes that it is important to support the country's growth by giving Jamaicans the opportunity to access capital to support their desires for entrepreneurship. According to Gillian Hyde, general manager, "we know that small businesses drive economies all over the world, and we feel that greater investment in the sector is needed."