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The Pathway To Economic Growth In Jamaica

The Pathway To Economic Growth In Jamaica

Additionally, we examine the pathway to growth and how that can be accomplished. To discuss we are joined by the CEO and Chairman of the Market Research Services Limited, Don Anderson and President of the Jamaica Employers Federation, David Wan.

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‘Keeping Up Appearances’ with the Director of Phase 3 Productions

‘Keeping Up Appearances’ with the Director of Phase 3 Productions

Our guest is a major player in the production and television industry. He completed his first degreeĀ atĀ New York University with a major in film and television and a minor in economics. He also has anĀ MBA from Florida International University. Awarded the Prime Ministerā€™s Youth Award for excellence in entrepreneurship in 2002 He has worked across the Caribbean, producing live sports and entertainment events for television He grew up in the family business and is now the co-owner of phase three productions He is Richard Delano Forbes Jr, better known as Delano Forbes,Ā Director of Phase Three Productions.Ā 

Local Football: Clarke’s, Mount Pleasant Football Academy

Local Football: Clarke’s, Mount Pleasant Football Academy

A football team often receives overwhelming support from its fans, however, base on the matches played so far in 2021, do you think the Reggae Boyz can make it to the World Cup? Stay tuned for the conversation: Reggae Boyz is still strapped for cash, still no sponsorship, and an upcoming game with the United States in the World Cup qualifier. Conversation with: Damion Gordon, Journalist, and Football Analyst Walter ‘Wally’ Downes, Tech Director of Football – Mount Pleasant Academy. Find out what’s happening to the players during training and how they perform on match day. Semi-final stages of the...

‘Big Ship’ Freddie McGregor creates ‘Commotion’ in Connecticut

‘Big Ship’ Freddie McGregor creates ‘Commotion’ in Connecticut

Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut, Luke Bronin, declared August 14 as Freddie McGregor Day in Connecticut. The proclamation was read by Jamaican and Councilwoman Shirley Surgeon of Hartford. The Legendary Grammy Nominee, Freddie McGregor, is acknowledged for his fifty years of dedication to the entertainment industry. Here’s a copy of the proclamation: