Enterprise City in strategic partnership with Caledonian

Cayman Enterprise City, the technology-based Special Economic Zone, announced a strategic marketing partnership with Caledonian Global Financial Services. “We are pleased to have announced Caledonian as a strategic partner,” said Hilary McKenzie-Cahill, vice president of marketing for Cayman Enterprise City. “There are great synergies between our organisations. We are targeting many of the same international markets, both groups are innovative with proactive growth plans and both are committed to providing outstanding client service and a unique product offering.” Cayman Enterprise City’s and Caledonian’s marketing teams have started working on a selection of joint initiatives, which will be rolled out in the coming months, she added.

“Caledonian is pleased to partner with Cayman Enterprise City in realising the vision of a special economic zone in the Cayman Islands with the aim of drawing additional revenue and job opportunities to the island’s shores,” said Nicole Gordon, marketing and business development manager for Caledonian. “Relationships are a key factor in Caledonian’s business model and we see CEC as a window for even greater international profile for the island and for businesses operating in the jurisdiction.”

Cayman Enterprise City is actively pursuing global strategic partnerships with which it will explore mutually-beneficial opportunities. CEC maintains close strategic relationships in Dubai including Dubai Multi Commodities Centre. Through personal introduction and recommendation of Caledonian, Cayman Enterprise City will explore the synergies between CEC, Caledonian and CEC’s UAE partners.

“At Caledonian, we take a progressive approach to our own firm’s development and to initiatives which support the continued success of the Cayman Islands as a community and a jurisdiction of business,” said Kobi Dorenbush, chief executive officer of Caledonian Global Financial Services. “Sustainable growth is at the heart of our model and we stand behind efforts such as this, which promote the Cayman Islands in a positive and forward-thinking way.”