The University College is staging a Distinguished Lecture this Thursday, February 1, at the Sir Vassel Johnson Hall. It begins at 6pm.
“I think Cayman has a really unique opportunity where it has both resources and the economical sophistication to take on some of these challenges.”
You would have seen his article in Caymanian Times newspaper titled “Leveraging Google Business Profile: A Crucial Tool for Caymanian Businesses.”
The incredibly well-supported STEM Carib conference at UCCI is back this November following an unfortunate hiatus of three years due to Covid.
A period of extensive public consultation is being carried out in advance of major changes to the law under which pharmacies and pharmacists operate in the Cayman Islands.
‘Keep Cayman Clean’, could very well be the mantra that underpins a campaign to stamp out littering now coming to the end of its first phase. And there’s a strong push to keep the message alive.
A massive turnout is anticipated for the DART hospitality job fair on Wednesday October 11th.
Nominations are being encouraged for the prestigious 2024 Heroes Day awards.
With the hurricane season at its peak, Cayman’s disaster management experts are stepping up their public awareness campaigns.