Welcome to the PSOJ

The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica

The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica is a national organisation of private sector associations, companies and individuals working together to promote a competitive and productive private sector.

Established in 1976, the PSOJ represents the interest of the most diverse group of private sector entities and seeks to influence national policy issues of a political, social or economic nature in order to facilitate business development and growth.

The Officers and Executive Committee, under guidance from the Council, lead this process by promoting discussions with the country’s government and civil society. The organisation is also in close contact with the major multi lateral and bilateral agencies.

Membership Benefits

  • Effective Advocacy Representation at a National Level
  • Promote Your Business and Service through the PSOJ Network
  • Networking Opportunities with Jamaica’s Top Business Influencers
  • Mentorship Programme
  • Access to Exclusive Information from International and Local Business Partners
  • Access to Current Economic Research Data
  • Opportunity To Join Specialized Committees to help shape National Policy

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Individual

A person over 18 years of age, resident in Jamaica whose principal occupation is within the private sector.

Organization

A company, partnership or similar group engaged in private sector business in Jamaica.

Association

Association or organization representing any sub-sector or group of interests within the private sector.

1890

Members and Counting

14

Events & Forums per Year

3

Awards per Year

42

Years in Business

Latest News

The PSOJ is calling for a sense of calm & productive talks to ease tensions

The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) is pleading for a sense of calm to facilitate productive dialogue among members ...
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PSOJ Concerned About NWC Workers’ Strike and its Impact on Businesses

It was reported this morning, May 10, 2022, that approximately 2,000 employees of the National Water Commission (NWC) went on ...
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PSOJ commends Integrity Commission Report, calls for improved governance at the FLA

The PSOJ is deeply concerned about the findings in the recently concluded report from the Integrity Commission which revealed that ...
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PSOJ notes strides made towards gender equality – advocating for continued work in celebration of International Women’s Day 2022

The Private Sector Organisation Of Jamaica (PSOJ) is pleased to join in the celebration of International Women’s Day 2022 under ...
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