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Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) hosted the fifth edition of its Reasoning Series with CEOs featuring President and CEO of the Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited, Christopher Zacca, CD, JP, on April 5th. The event was attended by a cross section of students from various UWI Departments who engaged actively with Zacca.

Three University of the West Indies (UWI) student teams Queritel, ECO-Structures and Skolastik Oasis Caribbean have secured spots to represent Jamaica at the International Business Model Competition (IBMC) - the first and largest lean startup competition in the world - which will t...

Online research service Queritel is beta-testing a new platform that went live in January, but which has already attracted 200 clients in three Caribbean countries, according to CEO Shani Bennett.

"The majority of our legal questions come from Trinidad. The majority of our marketing questions come equally from Barbados and Jamaica," Bennett told the Financial Gleaner.

Harry Smith has been appointed chairman of the Digicel Jamaica board, according to a news release yesterday from the company.

Organisers of New Fortress Energy's entrepreneurship workshops, held March 26, are happy that the events attracted more than 250 participants who received sound investment advice from experts — among them Danny Warshay, executive director of the Jonathan M Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship at Brown University.

Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) has announced the appointment of Dr David McBean as its new executive director, effective March 1.

Dr McBean succeeds Michael Williams, who had been acting in the position since 2016.

University of West Indies (UWI) student owners of a market research company emerged winners of the National Business Model Competition, earning $2 million and an all-expense paid trip to represent Jamaica at the International Business Model Competition.

A group of local entrepreneurs were given hands-on guidance on Monday at three separate workshops throughout the day, organised by New Fortress Energy along with the University of the West Indies (UWI) and US-based Brown University.

As part of its ongoing research for public policy and public education, Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) recently hosted an executive seminar entitled “Sexual Harassment” in the Workplace: Being Unprepared is Not an Option for Directors at The University of the West Indies UWI), Mona.

The University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI) copped first and second place in the recently concluded fifth annual National Business Model Competition (NBMC), with two out of its four student-entrepreneur teams securing a combined cash prize of J$3 million.

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