The weekly Reggae Month University Business Symposium will conclude this eventing, starting up at six p.m., with the panellists using a deep-dive into ‘Financial Setting up for Creatives’.
The aim is to examine actionable techniques to assist creatives in investing earnings built in their respective fields.
The symposium will see the participation of Minister of Culture, Gender, Amusement and Activity Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett as effectively as Point out Minister Alando Terrelonge, who will act as moderator. Panellists incorporate Marlene Avenue Forrest, running director, Jamaica Stock Exchange Nora Blake, undertaking manager, Jamaica Social Stock Exchange Edison Galbraith, common manager, Development Bank of Jamaica Rogerlene Milwood, taxpayer education and learning officer, Tax Administration of Jamaica and Loeri Ann Robinson, govt economical and financial investment adviser, Sagicor Lifetime Jamaica.
“The goal of these message boards is to spark a great deal-essential discussions on a part of the sector artistes and creatives are inclined to shy absent from,” mentioned Grange. “Creating art is an remarkable present, but it is vital that creatives arm on their own with the information to shield their get the job done and legacies.”
In accordance to Grange, the discussion board will be tackling subject areas these as inventory market investments leisure as a social business grants, funding, and financing for artistic enterprises economical accounting for creatives and more. “As common, we have achieved out to top rated specialists for every respective subject, and they will be available to response all questions in the course of the dwell-stream.” Grange finished.
The dialogue will be dwell-streamed across a number of platforms, which include the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Amusement, and Sport’s official Facebook website page, as effectively as the YouTube webpages of JamVision, VP Information and the General public Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica, among the other folks.
Reggae Month 2021, underneath the topic ‘Come Ketch di riddim virtually’, is organised by the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Amusement and Activity .