Cayman Enterprise City (CEC)'s thriving business community is increasing the promotion of its Cayman Maritime Services Park (CMSP) globally this year. Launched in 2015 as the newest component of the Cayman Special Economic Zone, the CMSP offers a refuge for international shipping businesses that face increasing pressure in heavily regulated or unstable parts of the world. As a safe harbour for maritime services companies, the CMSP will provide stability, security, and a wealth of strategic opportunity to continue Cayman's history of maritime excellence.
As companies and entrepreneurs from far reaching corners of the globe have converged on the beautiful shores of Grand Cayman to start their new business life in the zone, they have found some unexpected and rewarding perks to being a member of the CEC community.
CEC's global platform provides much more than office space and a fast-tracked business licensing and work permit regime. Business owners and employees alike are discovering they have joined a creative, innovative community where like-minded people can connect, socialize and collaborate in an inspirational environment.
The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry, in collaboration with a volunteer steering committee from the private sector, including Cayman Maritime Services Park and law firm Maples, is gearing up for Cayman Maritime 2017. The conference will bring together a wide range of organizations and companies in the shipping and yachting industries at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort on May 1-2, 2017.
The local committee is proactively promoting Cayman to raise its profile as a prime maritime business hub, with the added competitive benefit of Cayman Maritime Services Park, part the Cayman Special Economic Zone, that makes it efficient and cost-effective for maritime companies to set up a physical presence in Cayman.
Cayman Enterprise City is offering the first-ever coding workshop of its kind for Caymanians interested in learning this computer programming skill, which is much in demand in the technology industry worldwide. Code is a set of instructions that computers can understand, and people – coders, programmers, developers - write the code that powers computers for everyday objects like telephones, microwaves, and cars. The one-day Coding 101 workshop will take place Saturday, February 11 in the Sir Vassel Johnson Hall at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) and is being conducted by Code Fellows, a well-respected American firm that specializes in teaching programming and software development.
13th January 2017, George Town, Grand Cayman - Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) and the Internet Marketing Association (IMA) announced today that the IMPACT CAYMAN 17 Conference will take place April 26 - 28, 2017 at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa on Seven Mile Beach. CEC and the IMA, representing more than a million Internet marketing professionals worldwide, vow to make 2017’s event bigger and better than last year’s. With an outstanding lineup of speakers from Google, Microsoft, and Teradata in 2016, the partners are raising the bar for 2017 and working with entities including IBM, Cision and Radius to name a few.
What happens in Vegas usually stays in Vegas, unless while you're there you happen to win a trip to the Cayman Islands!
Cayman Enterprise City, a special economic zone that is home to more than 180 businesses, teamed up with the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (CIDOT) at the recent Internet Marketing Association (IMA) IMPACT conference to offer a unique - and free - contest travel opportunity to lucky conference participants.