Ask the Experts – Reopening the economy

Reopening the economy: Compass roundtable with Chamber of Commerce & CITA leaders

Around 6,000 workers are expected to return to work today in one capacity or another as the first phase of reopening Cayman's economy begins. Today, retailers, pet groomers, pool maintenance services and landscapers, among others, are able to open up shop with restrictions. On today's Compass roundtable discussion, we're joined by Chamber of Commerce President Woody Foster, Chamber of Commerce CEO Wil Pineau, Cayman Islands Tourism Association President Theresa Leacock-Broderick, CITA Executive Director Jay Ehrhart and restaurateur and former CITA board member Markus Mueri to talk about what today means for the country's economy and if it's enough.

Posted by Cayman Compass on Monday, May 4, 2020

Around 6,000 workers are expected to return to work in one capacity or another as the first phase of reopening Cayman’s economy begins. Retailers, pet groomers, pool maintenance services and landscapers, among others, are able to open up shop with restrictions.

On today’s Compass roundtable discussion, we’re joined by Chamber of Commerce President Woody Foster, Chamber of Commerce CEO Wil Pineau, Cayman Islands Tourism Association President Theresa Leacock-Broderick, CITA Executive Director Jay Ehrhart and restaurateur and former CITA board member Markus Mueri to talk about what today means for the country’s economy and if it’s enough.

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