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Corporate Sightings

Published:Monday | May 19, 2014 | 12:00 AM
The Billy Craig team, which provided public liability insurance for the Flow MoBay City Run, also turned out quite a number of members for the inaugural race. - Contributed
From left: Jassel Dunstan, electrical contractor for the building; Rajan Trehan of KPMG; and Peter Mair, project manager, in discussion at the opening of Guardsman Armoured new office along South Camp Road in Kingston. - Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Glendon Lowe (left), manager of Courts Fairview in Montego Bay, presents a 32-inch television set to general manager of RIU Montego and RIU Palace, Frank Sondern, whose corporate team won the prize for largest corporate team in the Flow MoBay City Run at the Old Hospital Park in Montego Bay yesterday. Some 2,000 persons turned out for the inaugural event, with RIU entering 260 participants. - Contributed
Ben Metz, social entrepreneur, chats with Ayanna Kirton (left), marketing and events manager of Centralised Strategic Services Limited; and Dee Kyne, Co-CEO of Small Business Association of Jamaica, at their workshop - Uncovering Authentic Jamaica: How small business in Jamaica can be best positioned to contribute to the economy - at Chaser's Café in Kingston on May 6. - Contributed
Ellen Stennet (left), supervisor at the Oasis on the Oxford, hands over the gate prize of a trip to Dolphin Cove to Natalee Stewart and Evol Wilson at Sunday's Mother's Day brunch at the Oasis on the Oxford, New Kingston. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Right: Orville Hill (left), chairman of First Heritage Cooperative Credit Union, in discussion with Basil Naar, CEO of the credit union, at its second annual general meeting at the Jamaica Conference Centre on May 13. - Contributed