Cayman’s Special Economic Zone signs up new channel partner in Western Canada
The Cayman Enterprise City, CEC, Grand Cayman’s knowledge-based special economic zone, announces their channel partnership with Nadege Parent, a Vancouver marketing professional who brings to the post knowledge of SEZs in both Slovakia and Dubai.
As CEC territory ambassador, Nadege intends to reach out to technology, media and mining companies in Western Canada, where such thriving industries are supported by a Canadian government that encourages entrepreneurship. This is in order to facilitate North American Companies on expanding globally, the forward-thinking Cayman Islands government paved the way for the development of The Cayman Islands Special Economic Zone and granted appealing zone concessions designed to attract international companies from five high-tech sectors; internet and technology, media and marketing, biotechnology & life sciences, commodities and derivatives, and academia.
“We are delighted to have such an experienced marketeer on-board promoting Cayman’s business friendly jurisdiction and Cayman Enterprise City in Canada’s Western provinces,” said Hilary McKenzie-Cahill, Vice President of Marketing for Cayman Enterprise City. “Nadege’s experience and contacts within the key markets of Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary will be invaluable and we look forward to working with her in communicating CEC’s benefits to these markets.”
“How exciting to be partnering with a team that offers companies the possibility to become more competitive in the global marketplace,” said Parent. “CEC is providing a valuable opportunity for entrepreneurs trying to start an innovative business as well as offering already established companies the chance to set up an international office in Cayman to expand into lucrative new markets such as the US and Latin America”.
Clients of the special economic zone can take advantage of Cayman ‘s tax neutral environment, operating their business from the zone meets the OEDC best guidelines practice. Plus an offshore presence allows international companies to be more competitive in the global market as they can benefit from 100% exemption from corporate, capital gains and sales taxes. Cayman Enterprise City also offers other benefits such as housing your intellectual property offshore, no visa restrictions and more.
Source: (PRWEB) December 02, 2013