5 things you need to know – 3 March

Cayman Airways has announced this week it will continue to operate flights to Denver despite making the decision to ground its long-range Boeing 737 Max.   The 27th annual St. Patrick’s Day 5km Irish Jog is on tonight at Britannia green space and will raise money for the Alex Panton Foundation.  Cayman members of the global 100 Women in Finance, Christina Bodden

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5 things you need to know – 8 March

The annual Walk in Her Shoes event is taking place tonight at Camana Bay in honour of International Women’s Day, raising funds for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.   The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism launched a new international advertising campaign this week called “Dream in Cayman” which features artistic imagery and positions Cayman as a premium lifestyle destination.  New fossils discovered this week

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5 things you need to know – 1 March

Yesterday, Premier Alden McLaughlin called for a national debate on changing building height restrictions in Cayman to accommodate a Dart proposal.   The 7th annual Red Sky at Night festival is on this Saturday celebrating Cayman arts and culture and delicious local culinary dishes.  It was announced this week that local attorney, James Bergstrom, purchased Pinnacle Media from co-CEOs David and Vicki

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3 Marketing lessons you can learn from the Oscars

The 91st Academy Awards telecast this past Sunday truly brought the red carpet home. From the live performances, dramatic introductions, and hilarious acceptance speeches it’s no surprise that this year’s viewership is up compared to last year’s awards. With Hollywood’s finest in attendance, there is always massive media buzz surrounding the night’s festivities.  Especially when

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5 things you need to know – 22 Feb

Premier Alden McLaughlin announced yesterday at the Chamber of Commerce’s legislative luncheon that Disney Cruise Line has committed to help finance the berthing facilities and cargo dock in George Town, he also announced an upcoming public holiday to mark the visit of Prince Charles.  Cayman Enterprise City’s “summer in the city” intern Matthew Elphinstonehelped with the development a neural network

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