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Dart discusses proposed iconic tower at Chamber Forum

How fast the Cayman Islands should grow its population to 100,000 people was one of the key questions raised at the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Economic Forum held on 19 June at Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa.

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Cayman Compass: Dart makes case for ‘iconic tower’

A five-star skyscraper resort that is instantly recognisable all over the world would signal strength, attract visitors and potentially draw billionaire investors to Cayman, according to Justin Howe, executive vice president of Real Estate Development and Operations for Decco, Dart’s development arm.

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Walkable Town: Camana Bay

Almost 12 years after the Camana Bay town centre opened to the public, a new chapter in the town’s history has begun with the construction of OLEA, Camana Bay’s first for-sale residential community.

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Life as a Modern Day Dad

The definition of a good father is one that can change, depending on who you ask. For some, he’s the man who is always there – participating in the lives of his children, unwavering in his love and in his presence. For others, it’s the dad who dedicates his life to the health, wealth and happiness of his family by continually putting their needs first.

Meet four of these great dads who balance careers at Dart with the role of the modern-day father. They all agree that the definition of a good father is a man who devotes himself to family and who aims to raise sons and daughters that will one day become responsible, productive and conscientious citizens of the world.

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2019 Dart Grants Awards CI$250,000 to Nine Recipients

Dart Chief Executive Officer Mark VanDevelde recently announced the recipients of the inaugural Dart Grants valued at CI$250,000. Special Needs Foundation Cayman received this year’s CI$50,000 Dart Grant in support of its Inclusion Programme. Eight additional local non-profit organisations received CI$25,000 Dart Grants.

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Securing a business during hurricane season

Even paradise can get a little cloudy, particularly between June and November which is hurricane season in the Caribbean.

However, the weather doesn’t have to halt business activities provided companies have effective contingency plans in place to ensure safety, security, and business continuity.

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InTheBite: Cayman Islands’ First-Ever Billfish Rundown Awards Over $260,000 in Cash Prizes

The Cayman Islands’ first-ever Cayman Billfish Rundown awarded more than US$260,000 in cash prizes to 14 teams hailing from both local and international shores. Held May 14-17 on Grand Cayman, 41 teams registered in the sportfishing tournament, presented by Hurley’s Media Ltd., Dart and The Residences at Seafire.

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