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RJRGLEANER Honour Awards | For Business (Special Award): Gloria Henry - Driven To Improve Business In Ja

Despite her service to the region over the years, Gloria Henry, the Port Authority of Jamaica's assistant vice-president in charge of operations and customer relations at the Montego Bay Free Zone (MBFZ), never expected her work could ever make her a recipient of a Gleaner Honour Award

Published on Thursday 1st February 2018

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Data protection law could affect BPOs, Opposition MP cautions

OPPOSITION Members of Parliament (MPs) raised concerns about some of the provisions of the Data Protection Act at yesterday's second meeting of the joint select committee of the House of Representatives which is examining the legislation, urging caution in the implementation of a compliance regime that could undermine the competitiveness of certain businesses.

Published on Tuesday 9th January 2018

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UWI student Shanice Sampson snags inaugural BPIAJ Award

MONTEGO BAY, St James - University of the West Indies, Western Jamaica Campus, undergraduate student Shanice Sampson recently became the first recipient of the Business Process Industry Association of Jamaica (BPIAJ) BPO Scholarship & Internship Award.

Published on Friday 27th October 2017

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Jamaica Rolling Back Red Tape To Attract More BPO Investment

Local business process outsourcing (BPO) players are telling potential investors that Jamaica is ripe for their investment, citing, among other things, an educated workforce and a stable democratic government as reasons to choose Jamaica as their next offshore office space.

Published on Sunday 22nd October 2017

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High-level, professional jobs growing in the local BPO industry

123In the New Kingston offices of Centennial Legis Solutions Limited, there are as many as 75 Jamaicans hard at work in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry on any given day.

Published on Sunday 22nd October 2017

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Ground broken for largest BPO in English-speaking C`bean

KINGSTON, Jamaics (JIS) -Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, today, broke ground for a technology park that will have the largest business process outsourcing (BPO) facility in the English-speaking Caribbean, providing 3,300 call-centre seats and more than 5,000 permanent jobs.

Published on Wednesday 18th October 2017

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JAMPRO Launches Campaign To Capture Greater Share Of Global BPO Market

The investment promotion agency, in partnership with the US-based outsourcing authority Nearshore Americas, will be hosting an investment promotion mission to encourage more investment in the BPO sector.

Published on Wednesday 18th October 2017

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