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BPO JAMAICA: NEWS

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2018

Fayval Williams, state minister in the Ministry of Finance and

Planning, shares lens time with Gloria Henry, president of the

BPIAJ, at the Outsource2Jamaica Symposium and Expo.

which also saw Fayval Williams,

minister without portfolio in the

Ministry of Finance and Public

Services, participating.

Karl Samuda, minister without

portfolio in the Ministry of

Economic Growth and Job

Creation, represented the prime

minister, while Dr Horace Chang,

who, up until his recent

appointment to the security

ministry portfolio, was the

government’s point man on

pushing the growth of BPO, also

came to give his support.

The show of support is

complemented by the Factories

Corporation of Jamaica coming

on board as a major sponsor of

the event which will be staged in

Kingston next year, and the

continued construction of office

space in Montego Bay and

Portmore, St Catherine, by the

Port Authority of Jamaica.

The Development Bank of

Jamaica has also committed

US$73 million for loans to finance

15 BPO-related projects

islandwide.

PROFESSIONALS

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Minister Fayval Williams, minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Finance and Planning,

presents the posthumous pioneer award in private sector development to the late Gordon

Marzouca. Businessman Ian Dear collects on behalf of the family.

Former government minister Phillip Paulwell accepts the citation in his honour from

manager, strategic initiatives, Sutherland Global Services, and BPIAJ board member Olivia

Leigh Campbell. Paulwell was recognised for his outstanding work in the development of the

BPO sector.