Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
The Cayman Islands business community has an opportunity to help
promote local entrepreneurship, by sponsoring the Department of
Commerce and Investment (DCI) Small Business Expo.
The expo will take place on Saturday, 18 April at the Family
Life Centre. The event is going into its third year, having
previously been billed as a celebration of Cayman Entrepreneurship
DCI Business Services Officer Thais Ducent said that sponsors of
this event will enhance their reputations and prestige in the
'Sponsoring the expo offers opportunities for marketing, and
is a great way to increase your competitive advantage through
heightened visibility before, during and after the expo', Mrs
Among other benefits, the gold sponsor will receive a
complimentary 10' x 10' booth and an opportunity to judge
local students pitching their business ideas. Silver sponsors have
an opportunity to present a workshop and promote their businesses
on radio programs. Bronze sponsors have an opportunity to provide
giveaways and take part in prize-drawing activities.
DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh said the expo will boost local
'The idea is to increase awareness of the variety of micro
and small businesses that exist in the local market; stimulate
sales for exhibitors; educate a wider audience on DCI's
services; gain further insights as to the special needs of
businesses in crisis; and provide an opportunity to small
businesses to network and gain competitive advantages,' Mr
In addition to the workshops and marketing prospects, the expo
will include a cocktail reception that will provide additional
More sponsorship details are available through DCI. For more
information, please contact Mrs Ducent at email@example.com.
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