5 things you need to know – April 20

A couple are launching legal action against the Cayman Islands Government after they were refused the right to marry on the grounds that Cayman does not recognise same sex marriage, despite being a British overseas territory. Congratulations to Cayman Brac’s Faith Hospital after receiving international accreditation from the Joint Commission International. The certification is recognised

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5 things you need to know – April 13

Join in the celebration of local, home-grown food this weekend at Slow Food Day. Foodies can enjoy a number of events hosted by Camana Bay resturants. Wine enthusiasts will be stomping grapes and ejoying fine wines this weekend at the Grape Stomp and Wine Fest. Adidas are kicking goals this month, celebrating earth day by launching an ‘upcycled’

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5 Things you need to know – April 6

The world’s best tennis player, Caroline Wozniacki, was in town this week rallying with flyboard instructor Taylor West.in all district health centres. Cayman’s best athletes proudly carried the national flag this week at the official opening of the Commonwealth Games in Australia. More in sports news, Cayman athletes have returned from the CARIFTA Games with 34

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Market research is the answer

Are you communicating a clear message to your audience? How does your customer feel about your product or service?  Are your customers happy? Do you want to launch a new product or service but don’t know if there is a market for it? These are all questions that can be answered with market research. The

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5 Things you need to know – March 16

Celebrating Women’s Month continues today at Scotiabank’s Power of the Purse event. Special guest speaker Jennifer Thompson, author of the New York Times best-selling true story ‘Picking Cotton’, delighted the stage at The Ritz-Carlton.  The world was devastated Tuesday morning to discover that world-renowned physician Steven Hawking died. Campaign US pulled together a collection of his

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