Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – Solomon
Harris Attorneys-At-Law is the official gold sponsor for Cayman
Entrepreneurship Day, scheduled for Thursday, 10 April at the
Family Life Centre.
Organised for the second consecutive year by the Department of
Commerce and Investment (DCI), the event provides a platform for
local business owners to promote their products and services. It
also offers them technical assistance, through workshops and
face-to-face meetings with accomplished Cayman-based
The doors to the expo open at 9:00 a.m., with the workshops
commencing at 10:00 a.m. The evening reception, from 5:00-7:00
p.m., will provide networking opportunities.
Sponsors for the event also include Dart Enterprises Ltd, Cayman
National Bank, Cayman Enterprise City, Davenport Development,
Department of Tourism and Mary Lou's Fine Wine and Spirits.
'Solomon Harris is proud to have the opportunity to support
the Entrepreneurship Day Small Business Expo in 2014', said the
firm's Managing Partner Sophia Harris. 'Small business
entrepreneurs are vital to the Cayman economy, both to meet local
needs today and to provide success stories for the future.
'We feel it is important that there is the necessary support
to enable businesses to grow and thrive, and to meet the challenges
of the current economic climate', Mrs Harris noted. 'The
promotion and success of brick and mortar businesses in Cayman,
started and run by locally based small business entrepreneurs, does
and will provide income and employment opportunities to Caymanians,
and is the real barometer of the strength of our economy'.
DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh is pleased with the response to
this local event.
'We are grateful to Solomon Harris and other sponsors for
sharing in our vision to invest in our community by assisting local
businesses', he said. 'We expect this event to again be
informative, and we look forward to seeing the vibrancy of our
small business community on display'.
Speakers for the evening reception include Caymanian architect
and entrepreneur Cindy O'Hara, the Chief Development Officer
for Cayman Enterprise City; international businesswoman Debora
Gill, who with her husband manages NewpaperArchive.com, the
world's leading online newspaper archive that serves
newspapers, libraries, and consumers in more than 15 countries; and
Victor Crumbley, owner of Dash Strategies Limited, a social
marketing company incorporated to address local youth development
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