Everything that can help your business thrive
Digicel is a complete communications provider offering customers affordable and innovative mobile services, enterprise solutions and cloud computing. We invest in networks to enhance the user experience and provide close to 100% coverage to local and rural residents as well as business operations.
Loop News Group
Loop is the number one source for Caribbean-wide local, regional and global content providing the best coverage of news, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, business, community and events. With our trusted team of journalists working locally in each market, we strive to bring you all the breaking and most up-to-date coverage of events, from a team you can trust.
Ministry of Energy, Science & Technology
The www.mstem.gov.jm website is the official electronic communication platform of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (MSTEM). This website serves as a convenient gateway to locate information about MSTEM such as news, speeches, information resources, e-services, events calendar and the contact information of our public service agencies and departments.
Ministry of Tourism
We at the Ministry of Tourism and its agencies are on a mission to enhance and transform Jamaica’s tourism product, while ensuring that the benefits which flow from the tourism sector are increased for all Jamaicans. To this end we have implemented policies and strategies that will provide further momentum for tourism as the engine of growth for the Jamaican economy. We remain committed to ensuring that the tourism sector makes the fullest contribution possible to Jamaica’s economic development, given its tremendous earning potential.
Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association
To distinguish CHTA as one of the world’s leading associations representing tourism interests known for providing national hotel and tourism associations and members with exceptional value which generates business and advances a sustainable and profitable industry.
Business Process Industry Association Jamaica
Business Support to Jamaica's ICT/BPO Industry
Effective Advocacy on Industry-Specific Issues
Identifying and Promoting Industry Best Practices
Increase colloboration and Interaction Amongst Industry Operators
American Chamber of Commerce Jamaica
The American Chambers of Commerce (AMCHAMs), outside the territorial United States, are non-profit, independent associations formed by U.S. business people and nationals who do business with the United States.
AMCHAM is affiliated to the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (COCUSA) in Washington DC, the largest federated business organization in the world, with offices in 65 countries. AMCHAMs work closely with the government of the host country, to facilitate investment and trade.
Jamaica's Employers Association
The Jamaica Employers’ Federation (JEF), recognized nationally and internationally as “the powerful voice of the employer in Jamaica”, plays a pivotal role in creating a more productive, competitive and harmonious climate in which the country’s business sector can achieve growth.
Shipping Association Jamaica
Founded in 1939 as a registered employers' trade union, the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) represents 78 companies in the private sector of the island's shipping industry, and stands ready to forge additional alliances with key partners in the international industry. Membership includes shipping agents, wharf owners, terminal operators and stevedoring companies; together with ship owners and operators.
Caribbean MicroFinance Alliance
Despite its potential to positively impact the livelihoods of our peoples, micro and small business finance is underdeveloped in the Caribbean and lags considerably behind that of our counterparts in Latin America and the Dominican Republic. The pace of the development of the Caribbean microfinance industry is impacted by the small scale of operations due to smaller markets, lower formality levels, poor loan recovery and high delinquency rates.
Caribbean Farmers Network
The Caribbean Farmers Network (CaFAN), formed in 2004, is a regional network of Farmers' Associations and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in the Caribbean. CaFAN's major focus is to foster linkages, training and information sharing amongst Caribbean farmers so that they are in a better position to respond to the key challenges facing the agricultural sector in the Caribbean.
CaFAN organises training workshops, advocacy, study tours, information sharing, regional planning sessions, and produces a variety of publications
ProSeeder Technologies offers financial firms a fully integrated, yet highly configurable cloud-based platform to manage their private funding opportunities and investments. With a passion for innovation and collaboration, we created ProSeeder to help clients maximize their operational efficiency and provide a detailed audit trail for compliance and reporting. Our robust collaboration platform is also designed to scale with our clients’ growing investment reach – whether it’s bringing in more accredited investors, vetting more investment opportunities or growing globally.
Jamaica Exporters Association
The Jamaica Exporters’ Association (JEA) started operating in 1966 as a limited liability company located at the Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation (JIDC). The organisation was tasked primarily with developing the growth and development of non-traditional exports in Jamaica.
Jamaica Manufacturers Association
The Jamaica Manufacturers’ Association has worked tirelessly in trying to assist Jamaican manufacturers and educating the public in supporting the 'Buy Jamaican Campaign' for all products made in Jamaica. This has been a wonderful idea and a tremendous success.
The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship
The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship – Caribbean (BCoEC) is a collaborative initiative between Virgin Unite, the not-for-profit foundation of the Virgin Group, and Virgin Holidays, the UK’s leading long haul tour company to the Caribbean. They have partnered together to bring world-class entrepreneur support to the region.
Development Bank of Jamaica
The Development Bank of Jamaica provides opportunities to all Jamaicans to improve their quality of life through development financing, capacity building, public-private partnership and privatisation solutions in keeping with Government policy.
JAMPRO is an Agency of the Government of Jamaica’s Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation that promotes business opportunities in export and investment to the local and international private sector. In facilitating the implementation of investment and export projects, the organization is a key policy advocate and advisor to the Government in matters pertaining to the improvement of Jamaica’s business environment and the development of new industries.
EXIM Bank of Jamaica
The National Export-Import Bank of Jamaica (EXIM Bank) is Jamaica’s premier trade financing institution and the Caribbean’s first Export-Import Bank. It plays a fundamental role in national development by providing a wide range of financing instruments at competitive interest rates for the country’s productive sector. It aims to assist in the growth of this sector and to contribute to the development of the wider national economy.
Jamaica Information Service
the #1 source for information and Government of Jamaica news.
The Ministry of Finance & Public Service
The Ministry of Finance & Public Service (MOFPS), has overall responsibility for developing the Government’s fiscal and economic policy framework; collecting and allocating public revenues and playing an important role in the socio-economic development of the country in creating a society in which each citizen has every prospect of a better quality of life.
Ministry of Labour & Social Security
The Labour Division of the Ministry commenced operations in 1938 as an Employment Bureau. The Bureau was the first official response to growing unemployment, which was spreading throughout Jamaica during that period.
The relationship between employer and employee at the time was one of master and servant. This gave rise to grave economic disparities within the population as most persons received low wages and had poor living and working conditions.
Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries
The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Agriculture (MICAF) is described as Jamaica’s “Business Ministry”. It’s mandate is to lead in the development of policies that will create growth and jobs, while achieving social inclusion and consumer protection. The Ministry, working with its stakeholders, is primarily responsible for business policy development, monitoring and evaluation, while giving direction and oversight to a cluster of implementing departments and agencies.
Trend Media connect advertisers with the audience they want to speak to in creative and impactful ways. We are a digitally-led media company that attract and engage valuable audiences across the Caribbean through our multi-platform media business.
Entrepreneurship Program for Innovation in the Caribbean
The Entrepreneurship Program for Innovation in the Caribbean (EPIC) seeks to build a supportive ecosystem for high-growth and sustainable enterprises throughout the Caribbean. The seven-year $20 million program is funded by the Government of Canada and implemented by infoDev and the World Bank Group.
Women Business Owners Jamaica Ltd. (WBO)
Strengthening & Promoting Women Entrepreneurs in Jamaica is a 3-year project, being implemented by Women Business Owners Ja. Ltd. (WBO),
and funded by theMultilateral Investment fund, a member of the Inter-American Development Bank. The WBO is headed by some of Jamaica’s leading business women with the aim of mentoring and assisting in the growth of women-owned business in Jamaica. The project aims to educate, train and mentor women who own small and medium businesses, to facilitate the growth of their businesses.
The Young Entrepreneurs Association
The Young Entrepreneurs Association was formed under the auspices of the Jamaica Employers' Federation (JEF) in 2005 and is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization whose mandate is to support young people in business. Aimed at business owners 45 and under, YEA provides members an opportunity to learn from each other's experiences and take advantage of peer mentorship as they grow their businesses.
The Small Business Association Of Jamaica
The Small Businesses Association of Jamaica (SBAJ) is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) business organization registered in 1974 to foster the growth and development of businesses and professional groups and to represent the entire small and micro business sector. The SBAJ represents businesses employing One to Fifty (1-50) employees and has an income turn over not exceeding five million US dollars per annum ($US5M). The business should not be a part of a conglomerate.
The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce
Commerce, whether local, national or international, is today, the great motivating force controlling the actions, energies and ambitions of the world. It is essential that there should be well-organized bodies to protect and watch over the interests of the industrial and commercial community in every country, when Governments are continually proposing, or enacting legislation, which affects such interests.
So it was that two hundred and six years ago a group of local business and professional men formed the Kingston Chamber of Commerce, with a view to improving the trade conditions, urging legislation beneficial to commerce and social welfare and most important, to encourage the growth and prosperity of their community.
Credit Unions of Jamaica
A credit union is a financial co-operative organised by a group of people to save money and make loans to each other at favourable rates. Members usually have something in common such as their place of work, area of residence, professional organisation or social group.
GB Energy - Texaco Jamaica
GB Energy acquired the CHEVRON TEXACO down-stream operations in Jamaica in November 2012. After assuming control of operations, GB Energy has significantly grown and invested in the Jamaican market.
Today we supply 67 stations, have increased the number of industrial accounts as well as our market share in Aviation fueling supply. GB Energy is also present in one terminal in the Jamaican market.
GB Energy Jamaica has strong ties to the community with an active participation in the American Chamber of Commerce, the Private Sector Organization and the Jamaican Chamber of Commerce.