April 26, 2018

Cayman Islands’ Tower wins a pair of American Advertising Awards

Strategic marketing and communications agency, Tower, has won a pair of Caribbean American Advertising Awards, popularly referred to as ADDYS, for work done on recent campaigns. Tower received a silver award for the Cayman Airways Instagram Launch Campaign in the category of social media campaign, and also a silver for the Share the Road campaign […]

Cayman tax: €510 million budgeted for and €5 million collected

From The Brussels Times The Cayman tax, which targets the sums that Belgians have placed in tax havens, only brought in €5 million last year – a mere one-hundreth of the €510 million which the Finance Minister, Johan van Overtveldt, had forecast in the 2017 budget. The information appeared in an article in Het Laatste […]

NPAworldwide adds nine new member firms

From Hunt Scanlon Media April 24, 2018 – Executive search consultants are seeing an increase in hiring mandates from around the world. To meet demand, they continue to develop new practices, hire new recruiters and open new locations. Global recruiting consortiums, meanwhile, are taking advantage of a resurgence in certain geographic areas. Member-owned recruitment network NPAworldwide has added nine […]

Open letter to Caricom – Justice for the Windrush Generation

Dear Sir. I write to you on behalf of the Clement Payne Movement of Barbados, the Caribbean Chapter of the International Network In Defense of Humanity, and the Pan African Coalition of Organizations (PACO). On Saturday, April 21, 2018, the three above-mentioned organizations staged a “Community Grounding” at the Clement Payne Cultural Centre situated at […]

How big data drives Tesla

By Albert Ahdoot from Colcation America Thirteen years ago Elon Musk and a group of engineers formed a car company in Silicon Valley with one simple goal, “to prove that electric cars could be better than gasoline-powered cars.” Since then, Tesla has become a leader in the automotive industry. While they were not the first […]

CCCA celebrates 6th annual Student Awards & Showcase

From Rowan University The College of Communication & Creative Arts held its 6th annual Student Awards & Showcase program April 21, an event honoring standout graduating students, returning students who received college-based scholarships and exceptional work produced throughout the year. CCCA Dean Sanford Tweedie said the program’s dual purpose – recognition and exhibition – is […]

Doctor warns Caribbean countries to be cautious in decriminalizing marijuana

From Power FM 102 Media reports say the executive director of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Public Health Agency, Dr. James Hosepdales, is urging regional countries to “proceed with an abundance of caution” when it comes to the decriminalisation of marijuana. Hospedales, who spoke on a government radio programme “Working for you”, said there is much discussion […]

B2B content marketing trends in 2018

Content marketing’s evolution and impact have been non-stop over the past five years. A significant factor for its skyrocketing popularity is its effectiveness and unmatched results regarding helping companies drive meaningful relationships and engage their target audience. However, the continued prevalence of content marketing also leads to one of the most significant problems in the […]

Caribbean countries could benefit from new IMF initiative

From Jamaica Observer WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it is adapting its framework for providing support to Caribbean and other low income countries (LICs) amid rising vulnerabilities. The Washington-based financial institution in a statement Tuesday said despite a global economic upswing, many LICs continue to face difficult fiscal and […]

Four years of medical innovation at Health City Cayman Islands

Caribbean tertiary care hospital continues transformation of health care with another year of pioneering procedures CAYMAN ISLANDS (April 24, 2018) – As Health City Cayman Islands celebrates its fourth anniversary this month, hospital doctors, management and staff at the Caribbean tertiary care hospital are looking back at a busy 12 months of life-saving emergency procedures, […]