Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
The Trade and Business Licensing Board will hold its last
meeting of the year on Thursday, 10 December and will resume its
meetings on Tuesday, 12 January 2016, according to Board Chairman
However, throughout December, staff in the Trade and Business
Licensing Unit will continue to respond to questions, accept
applications for grants and renewals, and collect all associated
The Business Licensing Counter, formerly known as the Trade and
Business Licensing Counter, is located on the first floor of the
Government Administration Building. Opening hours are 9am to 4pm,
Mondays to Fridays. Trade and business licensing forms and general
information also are available at www.dci.gov.ky.
The counter falls under the remit of the Department of Commerce
and Investment (DCI). For Christmas, DCI's Grand Cayman office,
including the counter, will close at noon on Thursday, 24 December,
and reopen at 9am on Tuesday, 29 December. On New Year's Eve,
the office and the counter will close at noon on Thursday, 31
December, and reopen at 9am on Monday, 4 January, 2016.
DCI's Cayman Brac office will close as of Monday, 14
December, and will re-open at 9am on Monday, 4 January, 2016.
For more information regarding trade and business, liquor,
tobacco, and Special Economic Zone licence applications, please
call 945-0943 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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