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Camana Bay Times: OLEA welcomes new Grand Cayman homeowners

Camana Bay is a vibrant town in the heart of Grand Cayman. Not only is it the place to shop, dine, work and play, but it is also now the place to live.

The 685-acre master-planned mixed-use town welcomes those who want to purchase residential property at Camana Bay to live at OLEA — the product of a joint venture between Dart Real Estate, the developer of Camana Bay, and NCB Group. 

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Cayman International School: The impact of design on learning

Construction of the new Early Childhood Centre at Cayman International School is proceeding apace, on track to open in August in time for the new school year.  While waiting lists at multiple grade levels prompted the decision to expand, the new facilities are reflective of the paradigm shift taking place in education, as explained by director Jeremy Moore at a public meeting held in early November.

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Dart honoured with Commitment to Education Award by Chamber of Commerce

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce recognised Dart’s education and scholarship programmes, Minds Inspired and Dart Scholar, with the Commitment to Education Award at a ceremony this past Saturday at The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman. Dart shared the award with Health City Cayman Islands, in recognition of both businesses’ significant investment in local education and commitment to students.

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CAIS convenes to discuss the future of alternative investments

The sixth-annual Cayman Alternative Investment Summit (CAIS) will explore the latest trends, technologies and challenges disrupting the alternative investment industry through its 2019 theme, "Tech-Tonic Shifts: Innovation in Alternative Investments." More than 500 executives from across the global alternative investment industry will gather to discuss the industry’s future at the not-for-profit event, scheduled for February 6-8, 2019 at the Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa in the Cayman Islands.

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Dart donates more than 2,000 acres of land in New Zealand as mountain bike park

RHL, a company owned by international investor Ken Dart, has announced plans to donate 2,127 acres of land in the Tasman, Nelson region of South Island to the Crown.  With the Department of Conservation taking custodianship, the mountain bike park developed on the property will be made accessible to the public through an agreement with the Nelson Mountain Bike Club to maintain and operate the existing network of trails.

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Camana Bay Times: Kimpton Seafire and Dart employees go green

Blessed with sun-soaked beaches, crystal-clear waters, a lush ecosystem and an ideal climate, the Cayman Islands is paradise found for both visitors and locals alike. Yet a variety of environmental threats leave the beauty of the island increasingly vulnerable to degradation and employee groups at Dart and Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa have decided to do something to preserve the environment.

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Success, growth and opportunity: A gathering of Cayman’s leaders take stock of leadership challenges

How must leaders grow as their organisations evolve and change? Leadership experts and co-authors of “What Happens Now? Reinvent Yourself as a Leader Before Your Business Outruns You,” John Hillen and Mark Nevins led a gathering of Cayman’s decision-makers in an engaging breakfast session yesterday at Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa.

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