Business development firm Carbyne Capital Investments has committed J$1,000,000 to support the export development programme, Export Max III.
The programme, which is managed by JAMPRO, the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA), and the Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC), aims to increase Jamaica’s export sales and bring more than 40 Jamaican companies to new international markets.
Carbyne has a special interest in enabling SMEs to access larger markets both domestically and internationally. This interest aligns with Export Max’s goals, and has led to a natural partnership with the programme.
Co-Founder of Carbyne Capital Investments, Rajiv Ebanks said, “Carbyne recognizes the positive impact of the Export Max programme on generating employment opportunities and foreign exchange earnings for the country and has committed sponsorship to this valuable initiative. Carbyne through its commitment to national development and the development of our clients will leverage its bespoke factoring solutions to ensure participants of the Export Max III are able to meet the demands and credit terms of the international supply chains. “
JAMPRO President, Diane Edwards, thanked Carbyne Capital Investments for their commitment. She said, “Entities like Carbyne are critical to the Export Max programme. Not only do they provide monetary assistance, but they also have the experience on the ground to provide solutions for challenges faced by SMEs. We are therefore grateful for their assistance, and we look forward to more opportunities for further collaboration to develop exports.”
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