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Two groups of local entrepreneurs, investors and mentors toured the tech side of Cayman on Tuesday and Thursday, May 4 and 6, getting a close-up view of what the island nation has to offer and what it might bring to the future
The Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development is inviting owners of micro and small businesses to apply to its residential business incubator programme.
Commerce Minister Joey Hew has said government will be making one-off stipend payments to struggling small businesses which have been unable to secure Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development micro- and small-business grants.
Commerce Minister Joey Hew officially opened the Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development on Tuesday.
Premier Alden McLaughlin urged micro- and small-business owners to take advantage of government’s grant and loan programmes, as the response to the relief measures, announced by Commerce Minister Joey Hew in April, still remains below expectations.
The Cayman Islands Development Bank is prepared to offer eligible businesses loans of up to $100,000 under relaxed terms and conditions during the current...
During the current economic crisis, many small businesses are leaving free government assistance money on the table. The Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development has so far only received 320 applications for grants that pay struggling businesses three monthly payments of $1,000 as working capital support.
The Cayman Islands Center for Business Development will partner with Link International Group to host a webinar focussing on financial risk management for businesses on Thursday.
The Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development is holding a free webinar for businesses affected by COVID-19, on Wednesday, 29 April.
The Chamber of Commerce is continuing its series of free webinars to help local businesses, members and non-members during the ongoing economic and health...
The Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development for the third in a series of free webinars designed to provide information and guidance to businesses struggling to cope with the impact of COVID-19.
The Cayman Islands Centre for Business Development, which will provide support to small businesses across the Islands, especially during this current crisis, will open Monday, 23 March.