Are you boosting posts on your business Facebook page and not seeing results? As Facebook becomes more advanced, businesses need more than powerful images and captions to cut through the heavily saturated market. With changes to the Facebook newsfeed algorithms introduced in early 2018, organic reach continues to decline and strategic, targeted posts become increasinglyClick for more >
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CEO of Cayman Finance, Jude Scott said this week that a recent move by the UK government to force public registers of company ownership upon British OTs by December 2020 will not have any immediate significant impact on international business conducted in Cayman. The Island Heritage Charity Drive kicks off next week. Every time youClick for more >
Show your mum just how much your care by treating her to a special Mother’s Day brunch this Sunday. Here are all the details you need to know about the hotels and restaurants in Cayman hosting special events. Short film ‘Canvas’ will premier this Saturday at the Camana Bay Cinema. Local filmmaker Pascal Pernix wroteClick for more >
Political discussion has been heightened this week when it was announced that Cayman will have to introduce public registers of beneficial ownership by the end of 2020, and if they do not, the U.K may issue an order in council to force Cayman to do so. Carnival season is officially here! Batabano will kick off theClick for more >
Are you a fan of jerk chicken? Who isn’t! Taste the island’s best jerk this Saturday at the Cayman Jerk Fest on Seven Mile Public Beach from 12-3pm. The fifth annual DG 5km Challenge will take place in Grand Cayman this Sunday. Entry is $25 and all proceeds support Meals on Wheels. Keep your eyeClick for more >