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On the corporate Circuit

Published:Thursday | July 21, 2016 | 8:14 AM
Gladstone Taylor/ PhotographerAndrew Wheatley (right), minister of science, energy and technology, speaks with Sushil Jain (left), director, Mayberry Investments Limited. Looking on (from left) are: Professor Neville Ying, executive director, Jamaica Diaspora Institute; Marlene Street Forrest, general manager, Jamaica Stock Exchange and Ian McNaughton, chairman, Jamaica Stock Exchange. They were at the Jamaica Stock Exchange's Mobile App and Retail Platform launch held at the Spanish Court Hotel recently.
Mayberry Investments executives join the coach and St George's College management committee in the cutting of the celebratory cake during the StGeorge'sCollege reception recently. Following the announcement of Orville Byfield as the new coach for the Mayberry Investment's-sponsored track and field team at St Georges College, Mayberry Chairman Christopher Berry hosted a celebration in Byfield's honour. Byfield disclosed upcoming plans for the team and the 2016 track season. Berry highlighted his expectations and wished the coach and team continued success.
ContributedKevin Richards (left), CEO, Kingston Properties Limited and Tatesha Robinson (second left), research analyst and property administrator, Kingston Properties, share a joke with Ausanya Plummer (centre), Michael Lawson (second right), president of the Half-Way Tree Community Development Committee Benevolent Society, and Charlotte Lindsay (right), its vice-president, after presenting a cheque to them for their summer programme.