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Mr. Kingsley Cooper

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Executive Chairman

Local Address: Jamaica
Pulse Investments Ltd

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Kingsley Cooper, ..., 19 May 2014 [cached]
Kingsley Cooper, Pulse's chairman, the Caribbean modeling industry pioneer who has launched countless international careers over the past 35 years, believes Marsha will succeed.
Kingsley Cooper, CEO of ..., 8 May 2014 [cached]
Kingsley Cooper, CEO of Pulse Investments and owner of the Villa Ronai property, was on hand to welcome the new entity.
"Drinks on the Rock fits in well with our concept of a lifestyle community. This is just a small part of a project that will unfold over a year or so," he explained.
Cooper aims to fill the nine-acre property with high-end housing solutions and matching food and entertainment options.
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment ..., 13 May 2012 [cached]
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Wykeham McNeil earlier this month appointed Cooper as chairman of Jamaica's Entertainment Board.
Cooper refused to state the immediate priorities of the new Board, saying that he would reserve comment until after the Board's first meeting later this month. But he noted that a strong entertainment industry could be the catalyst for economic growth.
"The talent and creativity of our people are Jamaica's greatest assets. Entertainment and sports are already two of the fastest growing, if not the fastest growing industries in Jamaica," Cooper told the Jamaica Observer. "Our challenge, in this time of economic uncertainty, is to create an enhanced environment in which these assets can flourish, so as to enable even more rapid growth and profit for talent based business."
Cooper, a long time advocate for the development of Jamaica's creative industries, said that he was honoured to accept this appointment as board chairman.
An attorney at law, Kingsley Cooper founded Pulse 32 years ago. The first fashion production, modelling, music and general entertainment company of its kind, it would later be listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange as Pulse Investments Limited. Along the way, as head of Pulse, Cooper effected a number of innovations and firsts for Jamaica and the wider Caribbean. These include the Caribbean Model Search, an international modelling agency, Caribbean Fashionweek, the Superjam concert series, the acclaimed lifestyle TV programme Caribbean Fashion TV and the region's first fashion reality TV series featuring Jamaican, regional and international legs of The Caribbean Model Search.
Cooper pioneered, defined and developed an international modelling industry for the Caribbean, in the process discovering and developing supermodels and other international stars
KINGSLEY Cooper, founder of ..., 14 June 2014 [cached]
KINGSLEY Cooper, founder of Caribbean Fashionweek (CFW), announced the introduction of an online fashion website to this year's staging of the event at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston, St Andrew, yesterday.
Cooper, who is also a director for the Pulse model agency, said the site - will give designers participating in CFW this weekend a wider reach.
China Textile & Apparel Market -- News, 17 June 2004 [cached]
Kingsley Cooper, executive chairperson of Caribbean Fashion Week (CFW), yesterday urged regional government's to pump more money into the creative industries, arguing that this was one sure way of meeting the challenges of the global marketplace head-on."It's time for governments (of the region) to restructure, re-prioritise, and re-position resources, away from the things which are dead and dying, and focus on those things with high growth potential and which will allow us to succeed on the international market," Cooper argued.
He singled out the fashion industry, noting that in the case of Jamaica, it holds the key "to economic competitiveness" and offers "the best opportunities" for wealth creation.
"The creative industries are the one platform which the Caribbean can justly claim as its own.What we have is unique, special, and exciting, and it is the one thing which the markets in the developed world will pay almost any cost for," he added.
Cooper was speaking at the launch of the third annual Caribbean Fashion Week at the Hilton Kingston Hotel.
He thanked the many sponsors and appealed to the region to continue in its support of the event.
Margaret Bernard, who spoke on behalf of the government of Trinidad and Tobago, praised the pioneering effort of Kingsley Cooper and his team.
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