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Archives for December 13, 2021

How to Increase Sales Revenue with Customer Service

By Mikkel Andreassen Customer service is an important part of online retail and if done correctly can help you increase sales revenue. It is important to know how to handle customer complaints, returns, and other negative issues that may happen during the purchase process.  For example, if someone orders a product but it doesn’t arrive, […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – Monday, 13 December, 85 NEW Positives, 129,599 vaccinations given

Grand Cayman – At 8 a.m. on Monday, 13 December Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee reported that 2,128 PCR tests had been conducted since 8 a.m. on Friday, 10 December. The Public Health Department reported 85 positive results from these tests, all coming from the community.  These results brought the number of active cases […]

Cayman: Environment, accountability highlight discussions at CIIPA’s Momentum conference

George Town, Cayman Islands, 13 December 2021 Combating climate change, the importance of public sector accountability and understanding evolving digital assets highlighted discussions Thursday, 9 Dec. at the Cayman Islands Institute of Professional Accountants’ annual summit held at the Kimpton Seafire Resort.  More than 100 people attended the conference, Momentum, either in person or online. […]

Cayman: Mangrove Rangers’ new exciting fundraising programme

From Haileigh Farrington, Lead Ranger & Martin Keeley, Executive Ranger The Mangrove Rangers have begun an exciting new international fund-raising program to help support their education programs. Working with its parent organization, the Mangrove Education Project (MEP), the Rangers have joined forces with the international WRLD Foundation (Milkywire – https//www.milkywire.com) program which enables you to make […]

CIBC FirstCaribbean introduces Smart ABMS to CAYMAN Customers

The machines offer full-service banking functions including cash and cheque deposits, transfers and more.  George Town, Cayman Islands, December 9th, 2021 – As the Cayman Islands prepare for the reopening of their borders, CIBC FirstCaribbean announced it is rolling out new social distancing banking solutions with the introduction of SMART ABMs (Automated Banking Machines). The […]

Cayman Winners in MAP’s International Calendar

Two young Caymanians who took part in the first Cayman Mangrove Festival art show were selected to feature in the 2T022 International Children’s Mangrove Art Calendar organized by the Mangrove Action Project (MAP). Arshiya Anuji and Shrubbhavi Choudhary, both aged 7, from Montessori by the Sea school were selected from entries from all over the world […]

Cayman: Man and woman charged for Firearm Offenses

From RCIPS Just after 3:30PM on Thursday 9 December, officers from various units executed a search warrant at a residence located on Bodden Town Road. During the search, a handgun, as well as a magazine containing ammunition was located by the search team. As a result of the recoveries made during the search, both a […]

How to take your crafting hobby to the next level

Have you ever given a second thought to the idea of earning money by monetizing your crafting hobby? You have all the required skills, craftsmanship, and innovative ideas, then why not make money from all the creativeness you instill in your crafting passion? While selling your crafts can be overwhelming and different from creating them […]

13 Dec Weather in Cayman

Mon Dec 13 2021 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Moderate to fresh winds and rough are expected to continue over the next few days as a ridge of high pressure over the Caribbean strengthens. Satellite images show few low level clouds over the Cayman area moving towards the southwest. Humidity: 76% (DOWN from yesterday)UV: 6.0 HIGH […]