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Published:Sunday | June 17, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Maria Jones welcomes business leader R. Danny Williams to the reception for the official opening of her company, The Business District, at 22b Hope Road, St Andrew, on June 8.
FACE OF THE WEEK - Industry Minister Anthony Hylton (left) greets the almost incognito veteran reggae singer, John Holt, who will be among the performers at the 'Respect Jamaica 50th' concert in London during the Olympics. The occasion was the Jamaica 50 Press Reception held at the Spanish Court Hotel on June 11.
Mark Mobley, account executive for Timberland PRO, shows off the company's footware on display at the AmCham/3M Health Safety Security and Environment Conference and Expo 2012 at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston, last Thursday. His audience includes (from left) Angela Templer of 3M, US Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater and AmCham's Becky Stockhousen. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Where there's Appleton, there's always a party. In this case, it's a party to announce the mother of all beach parties - ATI. Seen here are Shelly-Ann Weeks with J. Wray & Nephew Managing Director Paul Henriques, at the launch of the ATI Party Series for Negril in midsummer. The launch was held at the Ministry of Health complex on King Street in Kingston last Tuesday.
Collin McCalla is sandwiched by his co-workers at J. Wray & Nephew: Raihn Sibblies, brand manager for imported wines (left) and Debbian Spence-Minott, brand manger for Henessey, at the Appleton Estate 50-year-old Jamaica Independence Reserve rum launch at Jamaica House in Kingston on June 7. - Photo by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Denise Williams of Flow Jamaica catches up with Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding at the preview of the 'One People' documentary on Tuesday, June 5, at the Philip Sherlock Centre. The film is produced by Zachary Harding and Justine Henzell. - Contributed
PanCaribbean execs were out this month schmoozing with clients and likely investors. Second in charge, Phillip Armstrong, held centre stage in conversation with two of Montego Bay's well-known businessmen, Robert Russell, (left) and Godfrey Dyer, at an event held at Club Seawind on June 1. - Contributed
Michael DaCosta (left) and Gordon Edwards turn out for the introduction of Smart Money Magazine at a cocktail reception held at Hotel Four Season, Ruthven Road, on June 5. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
A budding relationship - Heston Hutton of JCCUL and RedBk Jamaica CEO Carol Pryce review a number of initiatives on which both entities can collaborate and leverage business, at a meeting on May 31. RedBk is an evolving directory-services business seeking to tap into the credit union movement's 950,000 membership base, many of whom operate micro and small businesses. - Contributed