Chamber of Commerce moves to bigger location

| 26/08/2010

(CNS): The Chamber of Commerce is moving to new offices along Seven Mile Beach at Governors Square on 1 September. With more parking and a larger space the Chamber said the new Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Centre will better serve its members and provide easier access far visitors and training course attendees. The Chamber is moving from McDonald’s Square off Fort Street in downtown George Town where parking is becoming increasingly difficult to find. The office will have a visitors centre providing tourist information and investment information for the Cayman Islands.

“We are also proud to open a purpose built training facility for our Professional Development and Training courses which will be housed within our new office building. This will be able to accommodate up to 50 people,” the Chamber said. .
The new centre will also include Chamber Business Pods – a new concept for start-up businesses who need to rent a modest office space but with access to all the traditional equipment of a larger office environment. A host of new marketing opportunities will also be available to Chamber members in the form of Chamber TV, promotional displays, product launch opportunities, and presentation space, the chamber announced this week.
“We look forward to welcoming you to our new home and sharing with you the benefits of
Chamber membership,” officials stated.
For more information about the Chamber visit its website
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