Article – Special Economic Zone to showcase Cayman to tech companies

17 February 2015
Joe Avary
Cayman 27
In April, the IMA and tech executives will be here for a look at what CEC touts as Cayman’s first rate infrastructure and business friendly climate.
The hope is, word of mouth from the 140 existing zone companies will entice others to set up shop here.
“Our clients will be our best advertisement, of course. We’ll do all we can to sell them on setting up a physical presence here, but ultimately meeting people who have already been through the process will have a significant influence on their decision,” said CEC CEO Charlie Kirkconnell.
The IMA event is planned for 9 – 10 April.
Courtesy of Cayman 27

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