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Chamber of Commerce president Woody Foster has called for more transparency surrounding government’s phased-reopening plan for Cayman’s borders.
On this episode of The Resh Hour with Reshma Ragoonath the discussion focused on the economy and business with Chamber of Commerce CEO Wil Pineau and Chamber President Woody Foster.
This year's Economic Forum, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, will be held virtually next month.
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,...
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The Chamber of Commerce is expecting its 2020 Careers Expo at the University College of the Cayman Islands on Friday to attract more than 1,000 students and recent graduates.
Nearly 2,000 volunteers in 125 teams spent Saturday morning removing tons of garbage from the roadsides and beaches of the Cayman Islands.
Last Thursday at the Chamber of Commerce legislative luncheon, Premier Alden McLaughlin strongly denounced a United Kingdom Foreign Affairs Committee report issued the same day that calls for British citizens to be able to vote and run for office in the overseas territories.
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.
The Chamber of Commerce is distributing the Chamber’s discount card to older members of the Cayman Islands community.
Last year, more than 2,000 people donned gloves and picked up trash bags to take part in the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Earth Day Cleanup. This year, the Chamber is hoping to beat that record.
Government is launching a survey that will require all employers in the territory to provide information about the people they employ, including their qualifications, nationality, compensation, skills, and workload.
Harneys Cayman is proud to be the first corporate sponsor for the Bodden Town Primary School “Revitalising Our Future” project, the company said in a press release.
So many people committed to the Chamber of Commerce’s environmental pledge to reduce waste, recycle, and live greener lives at an energy forum over the weekend that the organizers ran out of pledge forms, according to Chamber CEO Wil Pineau.
Forty-five Year 11 students from six schools who completed the Mentoring Cayman program were recognized on June 1 at a reception at the home of Governor Helen Kilpatrick.
A record number of volunteers turned out to mark Earth Day on Saturday, clearing mountains of trash from beaches, parks and public areas around the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands could face an exodus of up to 2,500 foreign workers before the end of 2017 as a result of changes to the Pensions Law that prevent expats from cashing out their retirement savings when they leave the country, business leaders have warned.
Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce members are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of armed robbers who held up an armored car at Foster’s Food Fair on April 8.
The three political candidates for East End, Arden McLean, John McLean Jr. and Isaac Douglas Rankine, were the first to participate in the series of pre-election forums starting Monday night and organized by the Chamber of Commerce.