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Next Impact Cayman set

Speakers at last year's Cayman Impact

  Cayman Enterprise City and the Internet Marketing Association have announced that the Impact Cayman17 Conference will take place Apr. 26-28 at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa on Seven Mile Beach. CEC and the IMA, representing more than a million internet marketing professionals worldwide, vow to make 2017’s event …

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What it’s really like to be a…

Maria Gough loves her job

In our series talking with people from all sorts of backgrounds and with all kinds of careers, to give Cayman’s young people an idea of all the great jobs available to them, this week we meet someone who has followed a passion for the beauty business. What it’s really like …

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CUC trio bow out after long service

CUC retirees, from left, Val Whittaker, Kenzel Dixon and Thomas Bennett

CUC recently celebrated 50 years of operations in Grand Cayman and bade goodbye to three long-serving employees who retired. Kenzel Dixon, Thomas Bennett and Val Whittaker served CUC for 44, 42, and 27 years respectively and they were celebrated for their long service which started during the formative years of …

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CITCO sponsors NCVO youth garden

The children enjoying gardening.

Local Fund Administrator, Bank, and Corporate & Trust Manager CITCO is hoping that their community garden initiative will plant the seeds that will lead to more local agriculture and healthy living. On Earth Day, students at Miss Nadine’s Pre-School, operated by the NCVO, were treated to their first lesson in …

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Business profiles

Chef Sandy Tuason

Talking with people from all sorts of backgrounds and diverse careers, to inspire Cayman’s youngsters of all the great jobs available to them. What it’s really like to be an… Executive chef, Sandy Tuason, Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa What made you decide to become a …

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This is their time, not yours


Do you know the number one killer of presentations and speeches? Self-indulgence. Holding your audience hostage with long factual speeches or information-heavy presentations is not going to earn you a genuine applause. Bore your audience and their attention will wane quickly. Remember, the longer you talk, the more likely the …

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