A combination of Print and Online media
Owner and Entrepreneur, Ralph Lewis, is pleased to announce the Website upgrade of the Caymanian Times.
The new website is just another step in the development of Lewis Media as the company seeks to become a major source of regional and local news and education.
On March 26, 2013, the first publication of Cayman Islands Employment Weekly, a weekly free non – political publication was launched, that provided local job listings, jobseeker statistics, news, financial and motivational tips for Small Business and Residents.
Immediately after the launch the company encountered serious resistance to the new newspaper and Mr. Lewis worked tirelessly to achieve his goal and vision.
The publication would see two name changes before the name Cayman Weekly stuck in the hearts and minds of over 8,000 readers and 350 customers.
The strategic plan included the upgrade to an international newspaper and in 2016 the Caymanian Times was launched. The newspaper now has over 30,000 readers per week, who pick up the free newspapers or download it from the website.
With the Launch of the new website, visitors to ctimes.ky will not only have access to unbiased, independent news, but will also be able post and review online personal classifieds that will also be printed in the Caymanian Times newspaper.
Financial discipline has always been the impetus for the development of the company and the financial toolbox will soon be reactivated to provide access to knowledge and financial tools.
The Website will also have a link to WORC website, the new Government job portal as well as a new Poll module which limits access to Caymanian Users amongst other control features.
We invite residents to visit the website and for the next 6 months they will be eligible to win CI$100 per week after subscribing for our news alerts.
The journey continues and our ultimate goal is to become a world class news outlet which includes Print and Online products.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to having you on board as our journeys continue.
Publisher/ Editor / Owner
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