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Gustazos Jamaica Driving Traffic To Your Business

Unbelievable! The prices are so competitive, at times, it makes you wonder if the deals are legitimate. But thanks to Adam Barakat and his team

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PM visits Amber Connect Namibia office during Southern African Tour

Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to WhatsAppShare to MessengerShare to EmailShare to TelegramShare to More24 Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness made a scheduled

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This Caribbean Company’s Products Will Be In Best Buy

By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 20, 2018: A Caribbean operated software company will now have two of its products now

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Jamaica’s Amber Connect strikes telematics deal with Best Buy

Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to WhatsAppShare to MessengerShare to EmailShare to TelegramShare to More Fast growing Jamaican software and technology company, Amber

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Amber Connect Hits The US Market Through Best Buy

Starting today, Wednesday, two of Amber Connect’s trackers will be available in the American market through large consumer electronics retailer, Best Buy. It’s the Jamaican

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Parade Gardens Comes Alive With Art!

The intersection of Gold and Barry streets in central Kingston came alive yesterday with an exhibition of art and craft showcasing the creativity and talent


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Fidelity SecureDrive Hits The Fleet

Fidelity SecureDrive, the latest offering from Fidelity Security, is set to cause waves in the vehicle tracking and telematics market. Wahl Bartmann, group CEO of Fidelity Security, says moving into this segment made perfect sense for Fidelity – already leaders in home security. “The exclusive partnership between Fidelity and, the global technology company Amber Connect,

Teachers Benefit From Dance Workshop

Twenty teachers from 12 primary and secondary schools across Kingston, St Andrew, and St Catherine participated in the MultiCare Youth Foundation’s (MYF) Train the Trainer Dance Workshop on November 9. The workshop was held at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Performing Arts at The University of the West Indies, Mona. Organised by MYF dance

BCIC Pumps $400,000 Into All

Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to WhatsAppShare to MessengerShare to EmailShare to TelegramShare to More BCIC has stepped up its support for local squash with a $400,000 sponsorship package for the staging of the 2018 All Jamaica Senior Championships. Following on its sponsorship of the All Jamaica Junior Squash Championships in June, the