The Miss Global International Pageant began in 2004 as Miss Commonwealth and was later changed to reflect the interest expressed by non-Commonwealth countries to compete. Since then, it is the first and only international beauty pageant to be hosted in Jamaica. In fact, the event has been staged over the years without a hiatus.
One of the remarkable things about pageants is the gratitude shown by the contestants for the opportunity and experience which has transformed at times nervous contestants into confident, poised young ladies, that move on to become leaders in their communities. We offer grooming lessons and tours of various tourist attractions and even courtesy calls with various leaders of government and business. Since its inception, we have hosted shows at the Jamaica Pegasus, Grand Palladium, Sunset Beach Resort & Spa, Hotel RIU & the Montego Bay Convention Centre and have produced several queens from all over the world such as; Zimbabwe, Trinidad, Bahamas, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, England, Singapore , Martinique, Australia and currently Brazil
There is always an auction and proceeds goes towards a charitable organization. Mr. Ramchandani wishes to contribute maximum and his aim is to boost tourism by bringing at least 1,000 visitors to the island by bringing 50 contestants from all over the World to participate in this historic event 2014 marks our 10th staging and we are looking ahead to have a special event to mark this milestone anniversary. We are proud to announce that our history-making 10th anniversary pageant was held at the prestigious RIU Resort in beautiful Montego Bay, Jamaica. The 11th Edition was held in the beautiful twin Republic of Trinidad & Tobago 2015 and next year show will be held in Dominican Republic on October 29th 2016. The 2017 show has been brought back to Jamaica and will be held from September 6 – 10th at Hotel RIU Montego Bay.
My thanks to everyone that has come on board this year and I look to your continued support.
Mr. Ramchandani would like to thank His Excellency, Governor General, Sir Patrick Allen, Prime Minister Most Honorable ,Andrew Holness, Leader of Opposition, Mrs. Portia Simpson- Miller and the Jamaica Tourist Board for their blessings and endorsement over the years.