The People of Jamaica have spoken and have chosen to elect the Jamaica Labour Party as the government which takes them into the next five years.

The Caribbean East Atlantic Company congratulates Andrew Holness on his party’s victory and reaffirms its willingness to help Jamaicans at home and abroad to achieve their dreams of prosperity whether this takes them home or into the Diaspora.

Our joint focus

Our focus will be on assisting in the reduction of unemployment and the reinvestment of[our]  profits in “The Priority Ten” areas which we feel any country or individual would need to be prosperous.


Priority Ten

The ten priority areas that we have identified as a company for reinvestment are as follows:

  • Agriculture
  • Manufacture
  • Construction
  • Transport and Infrastructure
  • Consumer and Industrial Renewable Energy
  • Tropical Medicine
  • Education
  • Security
  • Consumer Technology
  • Consumer Services


For every person relocated from the Caribbean, Jamaica and the wider Caribbean will receive up to 80% of the profits from our company associated with that individual in the form of investment in each of these ten priority areas.  This will ensure that we all profit from the movement of our people from Jamaica around the world.


The first project to be implemented will be the Gerald George Williamson Conservatory Project which will distribute saplings as a part of a larger move to pull small farmers up the value chain through tree loans and technical assistance and training as well as the building of a factory processing produce from tree crops which links farmers to large markets like Europe.


We look forward to working with the new government to achieve the individual and collective dream of a more prosperous Jamaica.  On that note let me close with a note of caution from the rising star Damion Crawford.