Prime Minister Andrew Holness has appointed four new ambassadors who will also serve as Special Investment Envoys.

In a statement announcing the move this afternoon, the Office of the Prime Minister, OPM, says all four will play pivotal roles in attracting investment and driving economic growth.

The four new Ambassadors/Special Investment Envoys are:

• Mr. Adam Stewart – Ambassador/Special Investment Envoy for Tourism
• Mrs. Theresa Roberts – Ambassador/Special Investment Envoy for Culture and Arts
• Mr. Lloyd Carney – Ambassador/Special Investment Envoy for Technology
• Mr. Dushyant Savadia – Ambassador/Special Investment Envoy for Technology

Prime Minister Andrew Holness.

Prime Minister Holness adds: “Their collective expertise and networks will be invaluable in catalysing innovation, driving investment and stimulating our economy.”

The Prime Minister says the primary objective of the new appointments will be to identify potential investment opportunities and attract investment by promoting Jamaica as an attractive destination for both local and international investors.

He notes that two of Ambassadors/Special Investment Envoys are technology-focused and will help to accelerate Jamaica’s transition to becoming a Digital Society that is well-positioned to take advantage of global opportunities presented by the fourth industrial revolution.