In this week’s Money & Business report, a new Caymanian attorney is admitted to the bar, and the Chamber of Commerce announces new workshops for new or prospective small business owners.
Maples & Calder announces the admission of articled clerk Katrina Watson to the Cayman bar. She was given the honours by Justice Charles Quin. Ms. Watson will work in the investment funds group. She began with the firm in September 2010 as a law school student, working part-time. Since 2005, Maples & Calder has helped train 30 Caymanian attorneys for admission to the bar and have five more Caymanian articled clerks in training.
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce is hosting a new series of workshops for budding entrepreneurs working in micro, small or medium sized enterprises. The workshops, which run 21-23 June, cover topics including the writing and implementation of a business plan, managing new or existing businesses, finding financing, understanding cash flow and marketing your business. The deadline to register is 17 June and you can click here to get to the registration section of the Chamber website to learn more or to sign up.