Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
The Cayman Islands Small Business Association (CISBA) will be
working alongside the Ministry of Commerce to stage the 2016 Small
The expo will take place on Saturday, 28 May, at the University
College of the Cayman Islands Fellowship Hall. The event is going
into its fourth year, having previously been hosted by the
Department of Commerce and Investment.
'The Ministry is happy that CISBA volunteered to lead the
organizing efforts for the expo. As an interest group run by, and
created for small business owners, CISBA is an ideal partner to
continue the expo – which accommodates the needs of small
businesses in Cayman', said the Ministry's Deputy Chief
Officer Tamara Ebanks.
The expo will feature workshops on topics such as the new Trade
and Business Licensing Law, the new Minimum Wage Law, and social
media usage. There will also be a cocktail reception that will
provide networking opportunities.
CISBA President Dawn McLean-Sawney said the idea behind the expo
remains the same: to increase the awareness of small and micro
businesses; provide an opportunity for small business owners to
network; and educate and motivate participants in the numerous
'We hope to celebrate the ingenuity of entrepreneurs and
existing business owners. We have titled this year's event
"Synergy", to acknowledge the collaboration within the
local business community and the relationship between local
businesses and Government. By acknowledging entrepreneurial
contributions in our community, we hope to inspire others to follow
their dreams of owning their own businesses', she said.
Event sponsors are being sought at the gold, silver and bronze
levels. Among other benefits, the gold sponsor will receive a
complimentary 10' x 10' booth and free advertising
opportunities. Silver sponsors have an opportunity to present
workshops and promote their businesses on radio programs. Bronze
sponsors have an opportunity to provide giveaways and take part in
More sponsorship details are available through CISBA. For more
information, please contact CISBA Secretary Omar Chambers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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