Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
Local business owners – whether they are new entrepreneurs
or more established owners – can use a popular medium to
promote their businesses.
The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) is seeking
exhibitors for its Small-Business Expo, taking 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 Day.
DCI Director Ryan Rajkumarsingh said the expo will provide a
substantial amount of promotion for small businesses.
'It is a fantastic opportunity for small- and micro-business
owners to exhibit their goods and services to the general
public', Mr Rajkumarsingh said. 'Through the expo, they
also will be able to network with other business owners, learn best
practices, and see how they can do business together, all in a
The exhibitor booths consistently have sold out, attracting
dozens of exhibitors. Key features of the expo include technical
workshops; face-to-face meetings with accomplished entrepreneurs; a
platform for budding entrepreneurs to present their business ideas;
and a cocktail reception and business networking event.
The expo is intended to increase awareness of the variety of
micro and small businesses in the local market, stimulate immediate
sales for exhibitors, provide insight into the special needs of
businesses in crisis, and educate a wider audience about the
services DCI provides to local commerce.
Booth spaces are limited, and booked on a first-come,
first-served basis. For more information on reserving a booth,
please contact DCI Business Services Officer Thais Ducent at email@example.com.
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