Archive for June 18th, 2019

Local firm promotes green initiatives

Local firm promotes green initiatives

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(CNS Local): To celebrate Environmental Month, KPMG is running a series of initiatives, encouraging employees to become more environmentally conscious. Partnering with local experts and organisations for a series of talks, the company is hosting the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF), Refuel Cayman Islands, the Department of Environment and the Department of Environmental Health throughout […]

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Michael Gourzong Memorial Classic this weekend

Michael Gourzong Memorial Classic this weekend

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(CNS Local Life): The Michael Gourzong Memorial Classic, set for Saturday, 22 June, starting at 10am at the CIFA Field in Prospect, will feature adult and youth flag football and football games, and other family activities. The event was first held in 2018, organised by family and friends of Gourzong, an avid sportsman who drowned […]

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Conservation award finalists named

Conservation award finalists named

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(CNS Local Life): The National Trust has announced the 14 finalists for the fourth Governor’s Conservation Awards, which are presented every two years to recognise local people and businesses involved in historic preservation and environmental conservation across all three Cayman Islands within the last ten years. The winners in the various categories will be named […]

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HR conference attracts diverse audience

HR conference attracts diverse audience

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(CNS Local Life): More than 200 human resource and business professionals, representing both the public and private sectors, attended the annual conference of the Cayman Islands Society for Human Resources Professionals (CISHRP), held 30-31 May. “We were really pleased with the attendance this year and believe that there are many members of the community who […]

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New name for Caribbean education charity

New name for Caribbean education charity

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(CNS Local Life): The Caribbean Foundation, originally launched in 1989, has been officially renamed the CTO Scholarship Foundation to clarify the organisation’s purpose and enable the public to understand its goals. Sylma Brown, director CTO-USA and foundation treasurer, explained its aim is to “provide scholarships to Caribbean nationals who are seeking to advance themselves in […]

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How do I protect my creative work?

How do I protect my creative work?

| 18/06/2019 | 1 Comment

How do you copyright artwork or designs that would go on, say, t-shirts, mugs, etc? Auntie’s answer: If you had asked me this question four years ago, I would have said simply, “You don’t”. However, Cayman’s intellectual property (IP) regime has made great strides since then. If you want an overview on how things have […]

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