News at Dart

Media Statement: Dart Neuroscience Closing Operations

Dart NeuroScience, a pharmaceutical company based in San Diego and funded by Ken Dart, announced its closure on 7 December 2017.  The company’s mission was to research and develop new methods to improve memory function.  Despite an investment in excess of $700 million dollars over the past decade, and despite the stellar effort of a capable and dedicated team of highly qualified scientists, Dart NeuroScience has not generated adequate signs of any human memory improvement or motor rehabilitation. The investment required to continue even some of these programmes would run into several billion dollars, with questionable odds of success.  As it is clear the investment is not viable, the Board made the pragmatic decision to wind up operations.  Every effort will be made to support and assist staff as they seek new opportunities.


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Camana Bay Times: Mark VanDevelde: Envisioning Camana Bay

Camana Bay’s 10-year anniversary has received a lot of attention, but for Mark VanDevelde, CEO of Dart Enterprises, the past decade has represented less than half of the time he has been involved in seeing the master-planned, multi-decade project reach this point.


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Camana Bay Times: Pilar Bush: Embracing the big picture

Dart’s Executive Vice President of Marketing Pilar Bush discusses the importance of brand and shares some insights into the company’s founder Ken Dart as an investor, real estate developer and philanthropist who has chosen the Cayman Islands for his global headquarters.


Cayman Compass: Garbage eating “Seabin” goes on patrol in Cayman

The Cayman Islands Yacht Club is home to the Caribbean’s first seabin, a new invention which collects floating rubbish to keep our oceans clean.  Sponsored by Butterfield Bank, the seabin is one of only eight in the world.


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Dart Real Estate Acquires The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman

Dart Real Estate has purchased The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The luxury resort property, located along Seven Mile Beach, is an investment that expands Dart Real Estate’s portfolio of tourism assets and reinforces investor Kenneth Dart’s commitment to the Cayman Islands.


Dart-led consortium is Preferred Bidder for ISWMS Contract

Cayman Islands Government announced today that a Dart-led consortium has been chosen as the preferred bidder for the proposed Integrated Solid Waste Management System (ISWMS) to be implemented in the Cayman Islands.

ISWMS will replace the current landfill in George Town, which is nearing the end of its life.


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Camana Bay Times: Christian Blais: Connecting Dart with the Future

As the Vice President of Information Technology at Dart Enterprises, Christian Blais uses his years of experience with advancing technology, combined with his desire to embrace the culture of the place he now calls home, to contribute to the continuous improvement of his team, the company and the community.