December 15, 2019

Cayman Ministers’ Association issues PR about Bahamas relief

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Most of us are aware of the great challenges we faced in the Cayman Islands after Hurricane Ivan. In the light of the catastrophic damage experienced by the Bahamian people, the Cayman Ministers’ Association is asking the Caymanian public to do their best to give financial assistance to the people in the Bahamas. Many of […]

5 things to consider before starting your own PR agency

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When you decide to venture off from an in-house job or agency, it may be difficult at first. But do not be discouraged. Just like how it is with any type of business, starting a public relations firm can be very exciting at first. If you don’t take out the time to carefully analyze of […]

Cayman Islands Ministry of Tourism releases public education campaign spend

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (15 November, 2018) The Ministry of Tourism has today released details of its spending on the cruise berthing facility public education campaign, which began in August, 2018. Responding to a Freedom of Information request, the Ministry confirmed that a total of CI$ 25,292.50 had been spent on advertising for the ‘Support […]

Whiteboard video and its advantages for your business

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What Is Whiteboard Video? Whiteboard video is a video presentation or a story drawn with a pencil, which briefly and simply talks about business or products by changing the painted scenes with the voice of the announcer and music. It is a fascinating description of the merits of the company within exciting story, which keeps […]

Cayman Islands Permanent Residency grants now total 708

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As of 5th April 2018 The Caymanian Status and Permanent Residency (CSPR) Board and the team of DOI administrators have continue to work diligently to fully address the permanent residency application backlog. There are a total of 80 outstanding applications. 2 – untouched PR applications 36 – Active deferrals 28 – Awaiting response from applications […]

Wealth tourism development in the Caribbean

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By Cdr. Bud Slabbaert, Chairman/Coordinator Caribbean Aviation Meetup From eTurboNews We want more private and business aircraft coming to our airport.” – “You’re right,” I responded. “We’re looking for a mover-and-shaker to do it” – “Good thing,” I replied. “We were thinking of you!” – “Who me?”. That was the essence of being invited to […]

Cayman Islands’ employment and labour force grew in the first half of 2017

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From Cayman Islands Economics and Statistics Office The Cayman Islands total labour force reached 43,545 persons as at end June 2017, representing an increase of 1,290 persons or 3.1 percent from the same period in 2016. Of the total labour force, 41,764 persons or 95.9 percent were employed while 1,780 persons or 4.1 percent were […]

Cayman Islands Permanent Residency decisions total 235

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By Georgina Wilcox The various boards looking at Applications for Permanent Residency (PR) have now reviewed 322 with 235 decisions. 147 persons have now been granted PR with 88 persons being refused. Please see attached for the totals. The backlog of applications, however, doesn’t seem to be going down. Neither does the backlog seem to […]

Invest Caribbean Now launches Caribbean hurricane relief fund

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(PRESS RELEASE) – A Caribbean, US-based agency is doing its part to try to help the tens of thousands across several Caribbean islands who have lost everything to the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. Executives at the global private sector investment agency, Invest Caribbean Now, (ICN), have launched a GoFundMe appeal titled the Caribbean Hurricane […]

The Editor Speaks: When stats don’t tell the whole story

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Being trained as a Quantity Surveyor I know all there is to know about statistics. Our Appraisals and valuations are based to a large extent on stats. I also know how to weight stats one way or another without lying or manipulating. The Press Releases we are receiving every week giving us the latest on […]