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Discount Tickets for UTech Alumni: NDTC 55, Sat July 22, 2017 July 19, 2017

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This weekend, arts enthusiasts will eat, drink and mingle at the National Dance Theatre Company’s 55th Season Gala Opening weekend. PATOO, the Caribbean’s premier online lifestyle platform has engaged the NDTC to host a Benefit Performance to showcase the best that Jamaica has to offer.

I am delighted as Conceptualizer & Chair of the Host Committee for the PATOO Clicks & Connects NDTC 55th Anniversary event to be held on July 22nd, 2017 and take this opportunity to  invite you to join us on this milestone event during Jamaica’s 55th celebrations.

Tickets are $7,500 VIP (which includes pre-show cocktails and post show party with the NDTC dancers and Board members) and

$5,500 (which includes pre-show cocktails and performance only).

HOWEVER: UTech Alumni who will get a special discount and pays $4,000 General and $6,500 VIP.

Please see flyer attached. For tickets, you may contact me at 403-0229 or via email. Please feel free to share the attached flyer with your network.

PATOO takes pride in creating a long-term and mutually beneficial partnership with its stakeholders. Part proceeds from this successful staging will benefit university students studying cultural studies and the arts and will go to help fund PATOO’s mission to showcase the best of Jamaica and the Caribbean culture, particularly through initiatives to showcase Jamaica’s visual art.

Thank you for your support and I look forward to enjoying the evening with you.

Best regards,

Paul Morrison

PAUL MORRISON | PATOO | P: 876 320 4430 | M: 876 403 0229 | E: PAUL@MYPATOO.COM


 

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876-970-5468

 

SURVEY: Value of Jamaica’s Diaspora July 6, 2017

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*We are pleased to inform you that UTech, Jamaica Alumna Shanike Smart, Class of 2014, BBA Production & Operations Management, Minor Economics is one of the researchers on this project. Please show your support and share with as many Jamaicans based outside of Jamaica as you can. Thanks!

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Dear Members of the Diaspora,

You are invited to take part in this important survey, “Value of Jamaica’s Diaspora”, being conducted by the Jamaica Diaspora Institute and the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI).

It will take approximately ten minutes for you to complete the survey. The results will be shared at the upcoming Diaspora Conference, being held in Kingston, Jamaica, July 23 – 26, 2017. The results of the survey will assist in guiding the Jamaican government’s strategy for engagement with the Diaspora and to strengthen partnerships for Jamaica’s growth and development. (more…)

UTech Jamaica: The 4th UBUNTU Lecture Series November 29, 2016

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THEME – Understanding Climate Change: Discovering UBUNTU

Date: Tuesday November 29, 2016
Time: 3:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Venue: Technology Innovation Centre (TIC) Conference Room

PRESENTERS:

  1. Dr. Dave Muir, FENC, CSEII (Caribbean Sustainable Energy and Innovation Institute
  2.  Dr. Martin Schade, FELS Graduate Studies Coordinator, UBUNTU Lecture Coordinator

ALL ARE INVITED !!


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University of Technology, Jamaica

UTech, Ja & IEEE Public Forum: Jamaica Electric Utility Grid Codes November 15, 2016

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University of Technology, Jamaica
in collaboration with
Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Jamaica Section invites you to their Public Forum
Jamaica Electric Utility Grid Codes

Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Venue: Faculty of Engineering and Computing (FENC) Conference Room

PRESENTER: Mr. Hopeton Heron (Deputy Director General Office of Utilities and Regulations OUR)

For further information please contact

Engr. Christopher Udegha (IEEE Vice Chair).
Email: ccudegha@utech.edu.jm
Tel: (876) 970-5173


Alumni Relations Office
University of Technology, Jamaica
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UTech, Ja Workshop: Interpersonal Skills and Navigating a Successful Research Career November 15, 2016

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND SPORTS (FOSS)

PROBLEM SOLVING…KEEPING THE VIBES

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THE CENTER FOR SCIENCE-BASED RESEARCH

ENTREPRENEURSHIP & CONTINUING STUDIES (CSRECS)

Presents

“INTERPERSONAL SKILLS AND PERSONAL BRANDING IN NAVIGATING a SUCCESSFUL RESEARCH CAREER”.

Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2016.
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Venue: Lecture Theatre 4 (LT-4), Faculty of the Built Environment, University of Technology, Jamaica, Papine Campus.

Please confirm your attendance by email to: karlene.martin@utech.edu.jm


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University of Technology, Jamaica
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Action Research Seminar – Nov 17,2016. November 10, 2016

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Caribbean Sustainable and Energy & Innovation Institute School of Graduate Studies, Research & Entrepreneurship School of Mathematics and Statistics With Support From EU Co-Funded Projects CAP4INNO and IPICA.

Invites Academic Staff to:

Action Research Seminar

Venue: Faculty of Education and Liberal Study (Fels) Conference Room

Date: November 17, 2016

Time: 1:00 p.m.  – 3:00 p.m.

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GOJ: Tax Computation for Income In Excess of 6 million dollars July 1, 2016

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MINISTRY OF FINANCE & THE PUBLIC SERVICE
PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tax Computation for Income In Excess of 6 million dollars

The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) remains committed to improving the lives of Jamaicans at all levels and in creating an enabling business environment that will redound to the strengthening, and growth of the Jamaican economy.

Effective July 1, 2016, tens of thousands of Jamaicans, will begin to benefit from an increase in the personal income tax threshold, as it moves from $592,800.00 to $1,000,272.00 which is consistent with GOJ’s thrust to reduce the level of taxes on individuals and businesses.

GOJ has continued to execute its tax reform package which will see a shift from direct tax to the implementation of indirect tax measures. In tandem with a comprehensive tax reform programme, is the thrust to increase tax compliance and GOJ will continue through Tax Administration Jamaica to ramp up efforts in that regard.

Come July 1, 2016 earners in excess of $6 million will begin to pay an additional 5% on the personal income tax moving the tax rate from 25% to 30%. This new…

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GOJ: Increase in Personal Income Tax Threshold FY 2016/17 July 1, 2016

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REVISED
TECHNICAL NOTE
Personal Income Tax Threshold & Rate
FY 2016/17
Revenue Measures
June 30, 2016

 

Purpose
The purpose of this Note is to provide guidance on the application of the amendments to the Income Tax Act as it relates to the implementation of the new income tax rate and the increase in the income tax threshold as announced in the 2016/17 Revenue Measures.

Objective
The 2016/17 Revenue Measures outlined to the House on the May 12, 2016, in which the Minister of Finance and the Public Service (MoFP) asked the Honourable House to consider an increase in the personal income tax threshold from $592,800 to $1,000,272 effective July 1, 2016 and to a further $1,500,096 effective April 1, 2017. The measure is recommended on the grounds that it will provide low income earners with additional disposable income.
The Revenue Measures covered:
(1) An increase in the personal income tax threshold from $592,800 to $1,000,272 for year of assessment 2016.
(2) An increase in the personal income tax threshold from $1,000,272 to $1,500,096 for year of assessment 2017
(3) The Income Tax Rate of 30% on statutory income in excess of $6,000,000.

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