The Cayman Islands is internationally renowned for its white sand beaches, beautiful weather, burgeoning culinary scene, luxury real estate properties and resorts. But, beyond the casual beachwear, fun things to do and days spent lounging beachside, there is a sophisticated business community.
As the sixth largest financial sector in the world and home to international banks and accounting and law firms, and boasting one of the highest GDP rates on the globe, the Cayman Islands is clearly not all about play.
Highlighting the jurisdiction’s many benefits is important when dealing with prospective investors, business clients, high-net worth individuals and global corporations looking to establish a business here.
Dart Real Estate VP of Marketing Sue Nickason often attends international conferences or meets with prospective office tenants. She is enthusiastic about sharing information that gives reasons businesses should choose the Cayman Islands over other offshore jurisdictions.
“We began to brainstorm how best to impart this information to local and global audiences,” she said. “What began as a concept ultimately became a compact guide: ‘Business Works in the Cayman Islands.’
“The guide is concise, convincing and easy to share electronically and is particularly appealing to those interested in buying real estate or leasing office space on Grand Cayman,” said Nickason.
The guidebook highlights the benefits of doing business in the Cayman Islands and presents an overview of key business sectors. It also includes details about Dart Real Estate’s commercial spaces for lease, and introduces readers to the sales specialists at Provenance Properties Cayman Islands for when readers are considering buying real estate in Grand Cayman.
“We’ll be using the guide at overseas conferences and local conferences and events,” said Nickason. “It is a useful tool when developing business relationships and will help anyone who wants to make Grand Cayman home for their business and family.”
In addition to the hard copies of the brochure, it’s also available digitally. To view or download “Business Works in the Cayman Islands” at email: [email protected]