May 12, 2021

Cayman Islands’ Enterprise City promotes Sasha Carrig to Client Services

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Maria and SashaGrand Cayman, August 19th, 2015 – Cayman Enterprise City (“CEC”), Cayman’s Special Economic Zone is pleased to announce the promotion of Sasha Carrig to its Client Services team. The vivacious young Caymanian joined CEC two and a half years ago as the Marketing & Business Development Coordinator and CEC management is rewarding her hard work and dedication
with an opportunity to advance her career and expand her skill set. In her new position Ms. Carrig will gain valuable insight into a different aspect of zone business by working directly with zone companies going through the setup process, and assisting employees relocating to the Cayman Islands.

“I am thrilled to be working in Client Services – I am literally learning something new every day!” said Ms. Carrig, who is now immersed in her new job preparing reports and processing applications, among other duties. “Streamlining the already fast-tracked process and ensuring that our clients are happy every step of the way is an amazing feeling and extremely rewarding for me. I also love knowing that I am helping relocate company executives and their families as well.”

Ms. Carrig is well prepared for her new executive position having spent the past two and a half years under the mentorship of Vice President of Marketing Hilary McKenzie-Cahill. While in Marketing Ms. Carrig learned the mechanics of implementing effective international marketing campaigns and social media as well as fostering good client relations. Ms. Carrig is well versed in dealing with the public and solving problems as the former Customer Service Supervisor and Retail Manager for Digicel prior to joining CEC.

As a member of the Client Services team, Ms. Carrig will be under the guidance of Vice President of Client Services, Maria Philip; a highly experienced executive who holds a Masters of Business Administration who looks forward to mentoring the new addition to her team, in her busy department as CEC’s growth accelerates.

“I am delighted to have Sasha join our growing team, and I look forward to mentoring and training her in all aspects of the Client Services Department. Sasha’s background in managing client needs is a great addition to our team, and will help in enhancing our service offering to our clients. I look forward to working with Sasha, and helping her thrive and grow in her career at Cayman Enterprise City” said Mrs. Phillip.

In her new position, Ms. Carrig will also manage CEC’s online jobs portal ( and
the zone’s internship programme, both measures created under the Enterprise Cayman initiative to connect Caymanians with opportunities at CEC. The jobs portal allows jobseekers to apply online for positions being offered by zone companies.

“I plan to be heavily involved in helping my fellow Caymanians with job opportunities within the zone,” she said. “This will be an incredibly rewarding aspect to my job.”

Ms. Carrig also manages CEC’s ‘Summer in the City’ internship program, which offers students a chance to check out various career paths by working with zone companies. Management says Ms. Carrig exemplifies the opportunities CEC wants to make available for young Caymanians as the future unfolds as the zone continues to grow. CEC is a place where they can also grow.

About Cayman Enterprise City
Cayman Enterprise City is the Cayman Islands’ award-winning Special Economic Zone, focused on knowledge-based industries, technology companies and specialized services businesses. With a dedicated Government Authority and guaranteed fast-track processes, International companies can quickly and efficiently establish a genuine physical presence in Cayman. Over 160 companies have already set up in the zone where businesses can take advantage of Cayman’s jurisdictional benefits which include zero corporate tax, zero income tax and zero capital gains tax, along with a raft of special zone concessions and incentives. These concessions were designed to attract international companies from five specific high-tech sectors; internet, science and technology, media and new-media ventures, commodities and derivatives, and maritime services.

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