Lexmark Technologies for exclusive launch at AmCham's President's Breakfast
Lexmark Technologies Limited will take pride of place when the American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica (AmCham) hosts its President's Breakfast on Thursday, May 3.
To be held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, Negril Suite, the breakfast will be put on under the theme, 'An Exclusive Launch of Lexmark Technologies Limited' and is set to run from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
This follows a commitment from President Alison Peart to improve growth opportunities for its partners at AmCham's Membership Mingle, which was hosted by the US Embassy less than a fortnight ago.
"This year, AmCham Jamaica will be engaging our members more," said Peart.
"Our committees are reinvigorated, our membership is increasing, and our plans to create more connections to grow your businesses are being achieved."
The main speakers at the President's Breakfast will be Dr Wayne Henry, director general, Planning Institute of Jamaica, and Jodel Felix, Lexmark's strategic segment consultant, Color Business Solutions, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Lexmark is a global imaging solutions company which creates innovative imaging solutions and technologies that help customers worldwide to print, secure and manage information with ease, efficiency and unmatched value.
Combining innovative technologies with deep industry expertise, Lexmark simplifies the complex intersection of digital and printed information in retail, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, education, government and more.
Founded in 1991, the company is also recognised as a global leader in imaging and output technology solutions and managed print services by many of the technology industry's leading market analyst firms.
Lexmark sells its products and services in more than 170 countries and is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, USA.
Gail Abrahams, CEO, AmCham, also advised recently about the partnerships and alliances of AmCham, including that with AmCham Finland on their Launchpad USA programme, that assists companies which want to establish businesses in the USA.
She noted that the chamber's "business match-making services have also increased" and they are "now seeing an increase in interest of US companies wanting to invest in Jamaica and partner with Jamaican companies."
Abrahams had also notified its partners that they would continue to see a thrust in membership engagement through the use of technology, which will keep them informed while connecting with AmCham Jamaica and the other AmChams across the region and the world, the type that Lexmark's Felix is expected to leverage in greater detail at the President's Breakfast.
AmCham Jamaica is connected to 116 AmChams across the world, a value proposition that is totally beneficial to its membership.