The cost of living continues to rise to unsustainable levels, and unemployment among Caymanians remains unacceptably high.
Seize the opportunity and accept the responsibility that we all have to vote for those who we feel will best represent us and our country in the Legislative Assembly.
The strength of the public/private sector relationship has long been
credited as the starting point for the tremendous success of the Cayman
Islands economic miracle of the late 20th Century.
Take a stand
July 11, 2012
The Chamber Council is made up of 12 individuals who have made a
commitment to improving the quality of life of our community, as well as
the operating environment for local businesses and investors to the
We have recently seen the unveiling of a Crime Reduction Strategy from the Crime Reduction Working Group on behalf of the National Security Council.
In October of last year, the UK launched a National Infrastructure Plan
amid tough economic conditions and against the backdrop of shrinking
public sector budgets. It is the UK government’s opinion that such a
plan is a “key roadmap” to generating economic growth and the prime
minister himself has made it a top priority.
26 January, 2011
It is both an honour and privilege to serve as the 29th president of the
Chamber of Commerce and I look forward to working with the Chamber
Council and staff to accomplish some key objectives in 2011.
Time Well Spent
October 15, 2010
As my term as president of the Chamber concludes, I look back on the
last two years as challenging but time well spent. Although I hadn’t
expected to step into the role of president in 2009, in hindsight the
extra year gave some much needed stability to the Chamber leadership
through what has been a demanding time...
Recent headlines read ‘Britain will shed 610,000 public sector workers
over the next five years as the coalition government implements the
deepest spending squeeze since World War II.’
The dust is settling from the arrival of the Miller/Shaw Report but the question on everyone’s lips is still: “What are the next steps to balancing our budget?”
It is my honour and privilege to serve as the 28th President as the
Chamber begins its 45th year. There are very few local organisation’s
with such a distinguished period of service to the Cayman community,
which is a...
On behalf of the membership, the Chamber Council and I congratulate the
new Government on their recent election victory. The peaceful
transition in power demonstrates one of the reasons the Cayman Islands
is recognised as a politically stable and attractive destination in the
region to conduct business and to live
On behalf of the newly elected Council I would like to wish everyone a
happy and prosperous New Year and I look forward to receiving your
support and increased involvement in the work of your Chamber.
Public safety is essential to the long term health and vibrancy of the Cayman Islands and is among the most important factors to influence an individual’s and a business decision to live and invest here.