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45-Year-Old Jamaican Exporters’ Association To Share National Development Expertise At 2011 Invest Caribbean Symposium, November 11, 2011

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With over 45 years of experience in growing Jamaica’s exports to enhance national development, the Jamaica Exporters’ Association (JEA) today boasts of 225 member companies representing a range of sub-sectors, including agribusiness. It continues to work with Jamaican businesses to seize export opportunities in non-traditional areas such as fresh produce, pharmaceuticals, herbs and herbal products, in order to enhance the island’s competitiveness within the global marketplace.
JEA General Manager, Jean Smith will participate in the opening plenary of the Invest Caribbean 2011 symposium on November 11, 2011 at the Renaissance Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C. Convened by the Institute of Caribbean Studies, the 13th Annual Caribbean American Business Leaders Dialogue will prioritize driving the development of the region through emerging investment opportunities and small business enterprises.
The one-day symposium, “Mining The Agribusiness Value Chain,” will bring together policymakers, private sector stakeholders, farmers, and program managers within a trusted mechanism for small businesses to learn how to access resources and leverage financing within the agribusiness sector in the Caribbean. The opening plenary will set the tone for the day’s series of discussions on advancing foreign exchange within the agribusiness sector as a pivotal factor of economic sustainability.

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