Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
The 2016 Small Business Expo, put on by the Ministry of Commerce
and the Cayman Islands Small Business Association (CISBA), will
give Cayman's business community an opportunity to support
The expo, entitled 'Synergy,' 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
Ministry Deputy Chief Officer Tamara Ebanks said expo exhibitors
and sponsors will benefit from a unique marketing opportunity.
'By staging the expo in years past, DCI established a proven
and effective method for promoting small businesses. Exhibitors and
sponsors alike were able to enjoy additional business opportunities
and gain valuable exposure to future clients.
'This year, the Ministry and CISBA are confident that
exhibitors and sponsors will reap similar benefits through
heightened visibility before, during and after the expo', she
At present, there are four companies who have confirmed their
involvement: gold sponsors Hurley's Media and Digicel, and
bronze sponsors Cayman Enterprise City and Cayman National
Event sponsors are being sought at the gold, silver and bronze
levels. The sponsorship packages cost $4,000 (gold), $2,500
(silver) and $1,500 (bronze).
Among other benefits, the gold sponsor will receive a
complimentary 10' x 8' 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
CISBA President Dawn McLean-Sawney said the expo will make a
positive impact on local commerce.
'The idea is to increase awareness of Cayman's varied
micro and small businesses; stimulate sales for exhibitors; educate
a wider audience on CISBA's importance; and provide an
opportunity for small businesses to network and gain competitive
advantages,' she said.
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.
More exhibitor and sponsorship details are available through
CISBA. For more information, call CISBA on 939-2616 or email email@example.com.
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