Cayman Enterprise City (CEC), a special economic zone where aviation companies can set up offices in a stable offshore jurisdiction where they can conduct business in a tax neutral environment.
Meet Cayman Enterprise City Community Member Walker Willse from Kowala
Walker Willse has been living and working in the Cayman Islands since September 2017. As Vice-President of Business Development, Walker led efforts to raise Kowala's initial seed round, and is currently running the sales office and developing strategic partnerships within the greater Cryptocurrency and Blockchain ecosystem. When not working, Walker spends time with his family and sneaks in some fishing when the opportunity arises.
CEC sat down with Walker to discuss everything “Blockchange”
Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) and the special economic zones (SEZs) continue to significantly impact the Cayman Islands’ economy. To date the development project has contributed an estimated US $155.16 million to Cayman’s economy ($113.01 million in direct spending and $42.15 million indirectly). Last year alone CEC contributed an estimated US $41.56 million. The 2017 figures reflect a 9.4% increase over 2016’s $37.6 million. The announcement, in keeping with a commitment CEC made in its first year to disclose its local economic impact annually, is the latest report of seven — the first released in 2011.
"Smart Packaging" Company Makes Smart Move to The Cayman Islands!
Meet Joanne Watters the General Manager of Intelligent Devices SEZC Inc. (IDI), a global sales, contract manufacturing, marketing and distribution agent specializing in Electronic Content Monitoring (ECM) devices. These specialized devices are designed to help ensure that patients properly administer medication when taken outside of a controlled treatment facility. IDI offers affordable, low cost products and operates out of Cayman Tech City, a special economic zone by Cayman Enterprise City (CEC).
New Manager brings years of marketing experience and deep Caymanian cultural connections to position at Special Economic Zone
Cayman Enterprise City (CEC), Cayman’s special economic zone, announces the recent hire of Kaitlyn Elphinstone as Marketing Manager.
Our CEO, Charlie Kirkconnell was part of a Cayman delegation to the world’s largest civil aviation trade show in Las Vegas this past month, where he introduced the zone’s newly-launched Cayman Maritime & Aviation Services Park (CMASP) to major industry players and media houses. The park is the latest component of Cayman’s award-winning special economic zone established to attract aviation companies to set up a physical business presence in the tax-neutral Cayman Islands. The delegation to the Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition was led by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) and included officials from Maples and Calder, Island Air and AMS.