The Chamber of Commerce will host its second free two-hour webinar on Wednesday, April 8, focused on helping businesses tackle the issue of financial health during and after Covid 19.
Attendees will benefit from expert legal advice on how to put their businesses on the best footing from a debt solutions perspective, including assessing their internal financial state and avoiding the accumulation of bad debt.
The session will address issues such as commercial leases and debt collection and practical advice on how to deal with such matters while mitigating fallouts with valued customers. An important objective is to help businesses achieve debt solutions through a collaborative approach that potentially ends in a win-win situation for all.
This FREE webinar is open to all businesses - Chamber members and non-members - and will be facilitated by a team of lawyers from HSM.
“Many businesses are naturally concerned about their financial health during and after Covid 19, and this webinar will provide an important source of free legal guidance. I believe they will benefit tremendously from the information provided in this next webinar in our series,” CEO of the Chamber of Commerce, Wil Pineau, said.
The Chamber of Commerce’s first free webinar, held on April 1, focused on helping employers deal with the issues of redundancies, lay-offs and work permit termination or suspension, in response to the Covid-19 threat. Over 200 persons attended the webinar and feedback received rated the event a resounding success.
All those wishing to attend the April 8 webinar are required to pre-register using the link below where they will be provided with the technical instructions they will need.
The Chamber of Commerce will be announcing other upcoming webinars, also designed to provide support to various segments of the Cayman Islands business community.
About the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce represents more than 650 businesses and associations across all industry sectors in the Cayman Islands. Its members employ over 18,000 persons or about 45-percent of the country’s labour force. The Chamber supports, promotes and protects the interests of its members and the public’s welfare and serves as a catalyst for positive change, connecting community, business and government.