Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart Featured in the Financial Times: How I Made It.

Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart has been featured in the Financial Times.

We all love and respect Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart – one of Jamaica’s leading businessmen. He has created a raft of businesses and has invested in a plethora of companies and industries, creating many jobs and contributing significantly to the economy.

As Chairman of Appliance Traders Ltd his companies include Sandals resorts, The Jamaica Observer, ATL Motors (distributors of Honda), ATL Autohaus (Audi and Volkswagen partnerships), Bitannia Motors, and Beaches Resorts. His businesses also distribute Land Rover/Range Rover, and Jaguar. His automotive arm recently became the number two seller of motor vehicles in Jamaica. It was recently reported

ATL Automotive is now the number two automotive vehicle seller in Jamaica, according to recently released figures from the Automotive Dealers Association (ADA) official market reports for the period from January to February 2012. Still the undoubted and seemingly unassailable leader is Toyota Tsuho, which outstripped all its competitors.

We also wrote recently about the partnership by his Sandals attractions with the Martha Stewart Brand to create themed weddings.

We are happy to see him being featured in this leading international publication. In the feature Stephen Wilmot of the Financial Times reported that;

In reality, Stewart has spent the past 43 years working tirelessly to build up Jamaica’s largest business group from scratch. He employs roughly 10,000 staff across the Caribbean…

Read the entire feature.

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