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Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley, who hosted the launch, said he is excited by the prospects of the app.
Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley, who hosted the launch, said he is excited by the prospects of the app.
From left: Miguel Williams, community development manager, Digicel Foundation; founder of The Honey Bun Foundation Michelle Chong; General Manager of The Honey Bun Foundation Nashauna Lalah; and Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley at the virtual launch of The H
From left: Miguel Williams, community development manager, Digicel Foundation; founder of The Honey Bun Foundation Michelle Chong; General Manager of The Honey Bun Foundation Nashauna Lalah; and Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley at the virtual launch of The Honey Bun Foundation’s business diagnostic tool, the Gapp App. The app was developed by Niritech Digital Services, in conjunction with students from the Northern Caribbean University, and sponsored by Honey Bun, Digicel Foundation, Jamaica Promotions Corporation, the National Export-Import Bank of Jamaica, Jamaica Business Development Corporation, Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association, and Kingston Creatives.
Founder of The Honey Bun Foundation Michelle Chong shows off their business diagnostic app. The app will help micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and those in the creative industry identify the gaps in their businesses and where and how to fill them.
Founder of The Honey Bun Foundation Michelle Chong shows off their business diagnostic app. The app will help micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and those in the creative industry identify the gaps in their businesses and where and how to fill them.
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The Honey Bun Foundation launched the Gapp App, a business diagnostic tool for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, in a fun and informative live stream. The Gapp App aims to help businesses grow and improve by enabling companies to detect shortcoming, or ‘gaps’, and assess their operations and processes. It also provides suggestions on where assistance and/or training may be sourced locally. Here are the highlights from the launch.