Young entrepreneurs will get the opportunity to garner further knowledge on how to grow and strengthen their business at the Mona School of Business International Business and Management Conference scheduled for July 10 to 12.
The conference is being held under the theme, “Delivering on the Promise of Entrepreneurship: Critical Perspectives on Research, Practice, and Thinking in the Fourth Economy.”
An esteemed panel of young entrepreneurs will share lessons learned in growing their businesses they include Kemal Brown president and CEO, Digita Global; Tyrone Wilson, president and CEO, eMedia interactive Group; Rory-Craig Walker, CEO/Founder, Jamaican Care Packages; Janelle Pantry-Coke, Managing Director, Spaces and Gordon Swaby, CEO/Founder EduFocal.
Andrea Dempster-Chung, Co-Founder, Kingston Creative who will participate in a session themed “Growing & Strengthening Youth Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned from Young Entrepreneurs” on Friday, July 12 between 8:30am-10: 00 am.
Article from: Loop