Once the new Government Office Accommodation Project building is
completed, a number of commercial properties on Grand Cayman will be
looking for new tenants.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery used to be IT’s responsibility. Today, Cayman companies are subject to economic and legal jeopardy
resulting from critical system failures. Significant system outages can
lead to loss of revenue, lawsuits and fines
After extensive post-Ivan renovations, the Cayman Islands Public
Library in George Town celebrated the re-opening of its doors on 13 May
2009 to hundreds of Chamber members and guests at a Chamber of Commerce
Business After Hours
Over 275 people attended the Third Annual Chamber of Commerce Golden
Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching which took at The Ritz-Carlton,
Recipients of the Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching Top Row: Stuart Bostock, Chamber President, Anthony Kaburu, David Toney, Hon. Rolston Anglin. Bottom Row: Leonora Mendoza-Hydes, Bernice Scott, Catherine Eugene, Marjorie Ebanks, Janet Harris, Margaret Juman
With the hurricane season in full swing again, many people’s thoughts
turn to hurricane preparation. Whether restocking non-perishable food
supplies, first aid kits or updating emergency contact information,
everyone seems to be keeping busy.
What would your business do if it suddenly, and permanently, lost
access to all its electronic files? What would the impact be to your
daily business functions? To your company’s credibility and reputation?
To your bottom line profitability?
The Cayman Islands is the second largest Captive Insurance domicile in the world, with Bermuda being the largest. In the Cayman Islands however, insurance is the smallest of the financial industries, as indicated in the Oxford Economics February 2009 report titled Economic Benefits of the ...
Location, location, location has always been the No. 1 priority for business owners looking to set up shop, or relocate.While that hasn’t changed, it has evolved beyond the “see and be seen” school of thought.