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Experts urge local marketers to be authentic in messaging

For a global brand like Coca-Cola, staying relevant still takes effort and creativity when it comes to marketing its products.

Marketing conference set for September

The Cayman Islands Marketing Professionals Association announced that its sixth annual marketing conference, ‘Made to Measure: Crafting Experiences, Shaping Identity & Personalisation’, will take place 19‑20 Sept. at the Kimpton Seafire Resort.

Conference to address blockchain and digital economy

Local and international experts will discuss developments in the digital economy and their implications for the finance, technology and legal industries, as well as the public sector, at the Cayman Islands Digital Economy Conference on Thursday, 20 June, at the Kimpton Seafire Resort.

UPDATED: Man killed in hit-and-run identified

The cyclist who was killed in a hit-and-run incident in the early hours of Monday has been identified as Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Kirzner, a 21-year-old Argentinian national who moved to Cayman earlier this year.

$3 million Public Beach plan includes ‘vendor village’

A $3 million project to enhance Seven Mile Public Beach and create a new “vendor village” for traders begins Monday, according to the Dart group.
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Not dealing with unexplained wealth orders can have consequences

As Cayman and the U.K. are at odds over the extent of their information exchange in criminal investigations, not complying with U.K. unexplained wealth orders – the latest weapon in the fight against money laundering – can make enforcement proceedings for authorities back in Britain much easier, trust professionals heard last week.

Guy Harvey brings stingrays, turtles to Cayman Airways magazine

Well-known artist and conservationist Guy Harvey, Cayman Airways and HCP Media gathered at the Kimpton Seafire Resort to unveil a special issue of Cayman Airways Skies magazine Thursday.

Cayman police rediscover their ticket books

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has quadrupled the number of speeding tickets its officers have written during the first five months of this year when compared to the department’s ticketing output for 2017.

KAABOO music festival organizers expect 11,000 people a day

Organizers of the KAABOO music festival gave some indication of the likely scale of the event Monday, when they sought a liquor license covering 47 different bars to be spread across the 30-acre site.

Major music festival planned for Cayman

KAABOO, the three-year-old festival that drew 100,000 people to San Diego in September last year to see three days of music, including acts such as Tom Petty, Pink and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, is coming to the Cayman Islands.

Ocean power moves a step closer in Cayman

Plans for a floating power plant that will harness solar energy stored in Cayman’s coastal waters are moving forward following the completion of an environmental impact study.

Joy Basdeo presides over 2,000th wedding

The waterfront is her chapel and the sands of Seven Mile Beach her aisle. Joy Basdeo, a wedding officiant in the Cayman Islands, presided over another union Friday, when she brought together Marcel Dillard and Shakeira Ebanks in matrimony at the Kimpton Seafire Resort.

Impact17 explores innovation in digital age

Digital disruption and the influence of big data drove conversation at Cayman’s third annual Impact conference Thursday. A fast-paced speaking schedule of international and local entrepreneurs engaged a full ballroom at the Kimpton Seafire Resort.

Cayman to host transitional energy conference

Ocean conservationist Fabien Cousteau and entrepreneur Richard Branson will be the keynote speakers at the Caribbean Transitional Energy Conference at the Kimpton Seafire Resort in May.

Business in brief: Logic partners with IMPACT17

Logic partners with IMPACT17; Monetary Authority launches online fee payment module; Conyers welcomes new corporate associate; Maples group sponsors CRS 101 event; Logic branch closes for renovations; and Seminar provides training for CIMA inspections;.

Kimpton’s Chef’s Counter brings gastronomic delights

The Kimpton Chef’s Counter can accommodate up to 10 diners, offering a personalized encounter with the chefs and mixologists in the open kitchen. You can see the food being prepped and cooked before you, as you are entertained by servers who make sure your glass is kept full at all times.

Dart applies to remove beach rock

The Dart group has formally applied to remove more than 1,000 feet of beach rock from the shallow coastal waters off Seven Mile Beach. Following a trial excavation last year, the developer has now submitted a full application to remove submerged rock fronting a property where it hopes to build a new five-star hotel.

Cayman Enterprise City announces conference

Cayman Enterprise City and the Internet Marketing Association will host the Impact Cayman 17 conference from April 26-28 at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa on Seven Mile Beach. “We are gearing up for another impressive experience.”

Legendary reggae group entertains at Kimpton resort

Close to 1,000 residents and guests of the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa were treated to a free concert on Saturday night. Grammy award-winning Jamaican reggae group Toots and the Maytals took to the stage set up in front of the hotel’s boardwalk.

Festival of Seas chooses nautical theme

The Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s annual Festival of Seas, a celebration of the extensive research and education work the organization undertakes, is set for Dec. 3 at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, boosted by the support of a local law firm and with the theme “Mermaids and Sailors.”

Hedge Funds Care chooses Seafire theme

The business community of the Cayman Islands will gather at the brand new Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa on Seven Mile Beach on Nov. 19 to enjoy an evening of networking and glamour with a purpose. The theme of the annual Hedge Funds Care Cayman benefit this year is “Sunset at the Seafire,”

EDITORIAL – Should Cayman rise to new heights?

In Grand Cayman, there is very little prime land (i.e. “sand”) available for development. In some key plots with pre-existing structures, the only direction for developers is skyward. However, proper execution would require a far more advanced and sophisticated legal and regulatory framework than Cayman currently has in place.

‘We must build higher’: Bush calls for 7MB buildings up to 30 stories

As Cayman’s first 10-story buildings opened on Seven Mile Beach on Tuesday, Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush called for developers to be allowed to build higher.

Hailed as ‘jewel’ of tourism sector, Kimpton opens doors

Immediately hailed as a “new jewel” of Grand Cayman’s tourism industry, the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, opened for guests on Tuesday. The 266-room hotel has been four years in the making.

EDITORIAL – Kimpton Seafire: A new landmark on Seven Mile Beach

As the Kimpton Seafire welcomes its first guests, we take this opportunity to welcome our first new major hotel and resort to Grand Cayman in nearly a decade. At the same time, we congratulate and applaud everyone in the Dart and Kimpton organizations who enabled this project to progress from their original vision to today’s ribbon-cutting.

Cayman set for busiest-ever tourism season

Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell hailed the impact of increasing arrival figures in bringing down unemployment as the Cayman Islands gears up for what is expected to be the busiest high season on record.

Brianna Wilkerson wins Young Caymanian Leadership Award

The 2016 Young Caymanian Leadership Award went to George Town-native Brianna Wilkerson in recognition of her dedication to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and for mentoring college students.

Young Caymanians lead the way at gala

The Young Caymanian Leaders Foundation will hold its awards gala on Saturday at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa.

Dart wins permission to remove rocks from coastal waters

The Dart group has been given permission to begin removing rocks from the shallow coastal waters off a Seven Mile Beach property where it hopes to build a new five-star hotel. The developer has been granted a coastal works license for a trial removal of beach rock at the site just north of the new Kimpton Seafire Resort.

UK Overseas Territories Minister makes first trip to Cayman

U.K. Overseas Territories Minister, Baroness Joyce Anelay, made what is believed to be the first speech given by anyone in her position to the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly on Tuesday morning, during a whirlwind tour of all three Cayman islands. The baroness visited the Sister Islands Monday, stating she could not have “chosen a more beautiful starting point” for her first trip to a British Overseas Territory.

Job-seekers flock to Kimpton

Clutching resumes and carrying sun umbrellas, hundreds lined up outside Craft bar and restaurant Wednesday to interview for jobs at the new Kimpton Seafire resort.

Kimpton seeks staff as construction nears completion

As an expanded crew of around 700 construction workers races to finish the new Kimpton Seafire Resort, the hotel’s management team is ramping up its recruitment drive to find 400-plus staff to work in the new facility.

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