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Grant Thornton Cayman Islands has presented the Cayman Islands Humane Society and YMCA of the Cayman Islands each with a cheque for more than US$7,000 from its annual golf event fundraiser.

eShore appointed to Women in Technology Council

IT firm eShore has been appointed to the ICTA Women in Technology Council for Latin America and the Caribbean.
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eShore partners with ICT Americas to encourage women in IT

Polly Pickering, managing director of eShore, attended the ICT Americas second annual regional conference in San Jose, Costa Rica, from April 3-5. eShore was one of six Caribbean and Latin American companies that joined the inaugural ‘ICTA Women in Technology Council’, sponsored by WIT International at ICTA Costa Rica.

Grand Cayman Marriott and eShore win top Chamber awards

The Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort and eShore received the Business of the Year and Small Business of the Year awards, respectively during the second annual Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards on Oct. 27 at The Ritz-Carlton.

eShore recognized with SME Business of the Year award

The Chamber of Commerce honored eShore’s business excellence and contributions to the local and private sector community at the Chamber’s second annual business awards at The Ritz-Carlton on Oct. 28.

‘Mr. Parker’ honored at Chamber awards dinner

When Keith Parker Tibbetts Jr. opened his auto-parts store on North Sound Road in the 1970s, the area was not the booming industrial park that it is today.
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eShore steps up cybersecurity presence with hire

Stephen Dawson has joined eShore as a technical account manager. With a background in cybersecurity, he will be offering IT solutions to the Caribbean and wider Latin American markets to help businesses understand where potential threats can come from.

Business in brief: EY awards scholarships

EY has selected Jamal Hinds and Raidez Perez as the winners of this year’s EY Cayman Scholarships. The scholarships have a value of up to $30,000 a year for a maximum of five years until recipients have completed the minimum educational requirements to qualify as a CPA.

With new CIMA rules, more computer security certifications

Last week a dozen people gathered for a weeklong computer security boot camp, sitting at desks in a conference room at eShore, overlooking Heroes...

Business in Brief: Fabrilink SEZC offers international training opportunity for Caymanians

Special economic zone company Fabrilink SEZC, a wholly owned subsidiary of global manufacturing company Fabrinet, has announced plans to establish an engineering design center...

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