Gordon Dempster and Kristina Dempster, owners of Outland Hurders Farmstead Creamery, have expanded from their original focus on the hotel trade in 2020 to the broader Jamaican retail market, a strategy which has helped the small business to thrive and survive.
Red Stripe looks to shape the future of beer
rewery company Red Stripe has its eyes set on further building out the local beer market as it looks to unleash new beverages and whet the appetites of consumers.
Red Stripe, Wray and Nephew emerge as top winners at JMEA Awards
The Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) hosted its second virtual Manufacturers & Exporters (M&E) Awards Gala on Thursday, December 9, 2021, under the theme, “Manufacturing and Exporting: Key Pillars for Building a Sustainable Brand Jamaica”.
Ease in COVID rules spurs hope for Christmas shopping frenzy
Business Leaders Welcome Positive Signs Of Economic Rebound
Several business leaders are welcoming the positive signs that the economy is rebounding from the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), and the projections of a return to pre-pandemic levels of growth and employment over the short to medium term.
JMEA, JAFTA want more support for orange economy
DEPUTY president of the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) Jerome Miles is calling for more private sector support for the local creative and cultural industries in light of the devastation suffered by some stakeholders due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Shipping snag creates opportunities
SUPPLY chain woes stoking higher shipping costs and fuelling heightened inflation across the world present opportunities for Jamaican manufacturers eyeing the US market.
Private sector awaiting Government’s directive on vaccination mandate for workers
SECTOR leaders are now calling on the Government to give firm and clear guidance to companies on how to proceed with COVID-19 vaccination policies for the workplace.
DBJ Signs Agreement with Business Service Intermediaries 20 MSEs to benefit from 12-month capacity building programme
The Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ) today (Tuesday, November 16th) signed Agreement with five business service intermediaries (BSIs) to build the capacity of twenty Micro and Small Businesses (MSEs) over the next 12 months, and represents the third Cohort of the Bank’s IGNITE programme.
Articles Of Incorporation Of The Jamaica Manufacturers And Exporters Association Limited
“The Act” shall mean the Companies Act, 2004 and any statutory modification thereof in force from time to time, and shall include every other statute hereafter repealing and replacing same (and in case of such repeal and replacement the reference in these Articles to the provisions of the Act shall be
read as references to the equivalent provisions in the new statute).