Cayman Enterprise City Newsletter – December 2021
From Charlie Kirkonnell
|nnovate. Connect. Collaborate.
|True to our mission of supporting the next generation, we’re pleased to announce that our workforce development initiative, Enterprise Cayman, has rebranded and relaunched as a non-profit organisation (NPO). Together with our growing special economic zone community, we’re working to develop an ecosystem that truly fosters collaboration, promotes innovation, and encourages growth. If you are not already involved and would like to be, please just let us know!
To top things off, we’re honored that CEC has been recognised by the Financial Times for our efforts in developing a sustainable special economic zones project that prioritizes best ESG practices.
Thank you to everyone who are working hard behind the scenes to help grow the next generation of Caymanian innovators and for being a part of Cayman’s vibrant business community.
We’re looking forward to the year ahead!
CEO, Cayman Enterprise City
|Enterprise Cayman Relaunches as a Non-Profit Organisation
The Enterprise Cayman workforce development initiative by Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) in partnership with Cayman Islands’ special economic zone companies (SEZCs) has officially relaunched as a non-profit organisation (NPO) an educational arm of the CEC special economic zones (SEZs) development project.
CEC Wins Global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Practices Award
The Cayman Islands’ special economic zones by CEC were recently recognised with 2021 Excellence Award in ESG Practices from fDi Intelligence by the Financial Times. fDi Intelligence’s annual Free Zone Awards celebrate the most promising free zones across the world. Learn More
Rudolph Johnson from Meta Scrum SEZC Shares What It’s Like Moving to CEC
As an Innovation and Agile Transformation Coach and Managing Director at Meta Scrum, Rudolph Johnson works with Fortune 1000 financial institutions to help them respond quickly to the needs of their clientele. Meta Scrum was established in the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Cayman over 4 years ago, and we managed to catch up with Rudolph to find out how his experience has been.
What are special economic zones (SEZs)? & What does SEZC mean?
With CEC, companies can take advantage of fast-track business licencing, a 5-day visa process, and professional corporate relocation services. CEC’s special economic zones eliminate red-tape, excessive costs, and uncertainty that one would normally experience when establishing a physical presence offshore. CEC’s special economic zones represent the largest innovation ecosystem in the region and include some of the world’s more innovative companies. Learn More
Top 10 Reasons CEOs Are Setting Up Businesses in The Cayman Islands
It’s not just the dynamic community of entrepreneurs and the award-winning special economic zones (SEZs) that are encouraging more and more CEOs and business owners to flock to Cayman; there are 10 other reasons as well:
Top 10 Reasons
The 2nd Annual Cayman Islands Business Design Competition Opens for Submissions
The Cayman Islands Business Design Competition is now open for submissions. Creative individuals, businesses, and entrepreneurs are invited to take part in the high-impact competition to help launch their next innovative business idea.
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