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Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) recently sent a five-member team to tour established business schools in the United States, which was aimed at building technical and qualitative networking opportunities.

PANOS CARIBBEAN recently launched its new online database - complete with video conferencing capabilities - that is designed to enhance networking and promote collaboration among regional stakeholders on, among other things, biodiversity conservation and climate change.

Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) student Nadine Valentine has received a tuition grant of US$2500.00  from the Caribbean...

A wide cross-section of persons from across the western region of the island turned out in large numbers for a panel discussion on the Jamaica Logistics Hub initiative last Thursday.The forum, which was staged by the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in collabora...

On Thursday April 10, visiting Fulbright scholar Dr. Wanda Costen gave a Public Lecture on the theme “The Role of Gender Diversity in Maximizing Jamaica’s Economic Potenti...

On Thursday March 27 Professor Graham Hall gave a public lecture on the theme "Strategy And the Small Firm: Ways to Beat the Market" at MSBM. ...

Dr.  Maurice Mcnaughton, Director of the Centre of Excellence for  IT Enabled Innovation,  spent a week in Nigeria in April 2014, on the invitation of the Open Data Research Group at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria (Unilorin).

On Monday May 19, 2014, Jamaica’s energy debate went nuclear as Mona School of Business &Management (MSBM) invited members of academia to join key players in the public and private sector in a Public Forum under the theme “Unde...

Several faculty members of Mona School of Business and Management were showcased at the UWI Research  Days held February 19- 21 2014  under the theme, ‘Fostering Growth and Development in Small Island Developing States (SIDS) through Research.”  MSBM contributors presented the following material:

The MSBM  facilitated University of the West Indies Marketing Association (UMA) has taken another bold step forward in the development of the nation's youth by launching an internship programme for students.

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