how to pay respect to the dead. a lesson from Brian George and supreme ventures in jamaica

Prime Minister Andrew Holness paid tribute to George’s business legacy in the development of Jamaica’s economy and the private sector.

It would be difficult to enumerate all of the contributions Brian made to Jamaica and our people. Through various initiatives led by him, Supreme Ventures has become known for not only its lottery business but also its deep belief in community development. Under Brian, the company became a standard for good corporate citizenship

“Brian George a Caribbean King who never lost his soul”

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead-stories/20161030/brian-george-caribbean-king-who-never-lost-his-soul

In a news release today, Simpson Miller said that George has been an integral and valuable part of the Jamaican business community since assuming the leadership of Supreme Ventures in 2003.

“George was known for his outstanding marketing and management skills that helped to propel Supreme Ventures to the position of being a major and successful business. He was instrumental in the growth of the gaming industry in Jamaica and spearheaded initiatives to utilise the proceeds of the industry for social and economic development of our country,” the release said.

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