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Published:Sunday | May 13, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Chorvelle Johnson, left, chief executive officer of Proven Wealth Limited, and Carol Pryce, president and CEO of RedBk Jamaica Limited, catch up on business after signing off an advertising agreement for Proven Wealth to be featured and displayed in the 2013 RedBk Telephone Directory. The signing with Proven was on April 18; another agreement with Tyre Warehouse was signed May 9.
Nothing can dim PR consultant Sonia Witter-Rickards' trademark smile, especially when she's in the company of stars such as World Champion athlete Donovan Bailey. Both were at Palmyra Foundation's virtual bidding party at BlueBeat in Montego Bay for the charity's first online auction on May 4, 2012.
Silvero Castro is recognised by the Jamaica Employers' Federation (JEF) with a token presented by JEF executive assistant Bethan Whych, for years of contribution to the federation, at JEF's 30th anniversary recognition ceremony at the Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort in Ocho Rios, St Ann, during the May 3-6 convention.
Managing director of Virginia Dare Jamaica, John Bailey, poses with Hi-Lyte brand ambassador and Olympian Kerron Stewart, during the official launch of the sport drink at The Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston on May 3, 2012. Hi-Lyte is available in three flavours - Melon Berry Blast, Lemon Lime Zest, and Kola Champagne Sizzle.- JIS Photo
CHEC Jamaica staffers Ryan Smith (left) and Diana Kameka (centre) are in China attending a language training seminar on 'Practical Chinese' at the Beijing International Chinese College, May 8-June 4. They are seen here with CHEC's regional head, Zhongdong Tang, before the trip.
Sagicor Life's Alysia Moulton-White says thanks to Mike Michalowicz, guest speaker at the Sagicor-sponsored CEO Luncheon 2012 at the Jamaica Employers' Federation convention at the Sunset Jamaica Grande on May 5.
NCS E-Money Services (TCI) Limited was named MoneyGram Caribbean Agent Of The Year 2011 and collected the award on April 19 at Riu Hotel, Montego Bay. From left are MoneyGram’s Emilio Gil, Steve Higgins and Teresa Rosenzweig, and NCS Enterprises’ Kayon Stokes and Chris Stokes. - Contributed
Scotiabank CFO Jacqueline Sharp dramatises as she reads from “Pumpkin Belly” by Tanya Batson-Savage to enthralled students of St Aloysius Primary School on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, during Read Across Jamaica Day. The bank also donated books to the school. - Contributed
FACE OF THE WEEK: Agriculture Minister Roger Clarke is captured here in the middle of drumming home point at the announcement of the annual ‘Agrofest’ show, at the JAS Secretariat on Church Street, Kingston on Tuesday May 8, 2012. Agrofest will be held May 26 on Jamaica College grounds. - JIS Photo
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