Grand Cayman Keynote Speaker

 
Patrick Schwerdtfeger is a motivational keynote speaker who spoke at the annual conference of the Cayman Island Tourism Association (CITA) on Grand Cayman in May 2012 and is available to return to the Cayman Islands for other business events. In 2012, he spoke about social media and how to use it to drive event registration for events. As an author and professional speaker, Patrick specializes in small business marketing, business trends and social media. He’s the author of Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. So if you’re planning a business convention in the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman Resort on West Bay Road, the Westin Casuarina on Seven Mile Beach, the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort in George Town or some other conference facility on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, Patrick will deliver the buzz and excitement you’re looking for.
 

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Grand Cayman has many conference facilities, including:

  • The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman on West Bay Road
  • Sunshine Suites Resort on Esterly Tibbetts Highway
  • Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resorts on West Bay Road
  • The Brasserie on Elgin Avenue
  • Holiday Inn Resort Grand Cayman on Crighton Drive
  • Other meeting spaces in George Town, West Bay and Gun Bay East End

 

General Information about Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, for Meeting Planners

 
Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands, and is the location of the country’s capital city, George Town. The island is 22 miles long and 8 miles wide at its widest point. It has extremely low elevation, rising just 60 feet at its tallest point. The Cayman Islands have a population of about 60,000 residents and are a British Overseas Territory. The three islands are Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, and they’re located north of Jamaica and south of Cuba in the western Caribbean Sea. The local currency is the Cayman Islands dollar and the total land area is almost exactly 100 square miles.
 

 

2014 Business Conventions in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

 
Grand Cayman is hosting hundreds of conferences during 2014. 28th Biennial Conference Caribbean Veterinary Medical Association (CbVMA), hosted by The Cayman Islands Veterinary Medical Association (CIVMA) will take place in November at a venue yet to be announced. Mourant Ozannes’ Annual Trusts and private Client, hosted by International law firm Mourant Ozannes will take place in October at a venue yet to be announced. NVCO Radio / Telethon Event, hosted by The National Council of Voluntary Organizations will be held in November at a venue yet to be announced. GAIM Ops Cayman 2014, hosted by IIR USA will be held in April at Ritz-Carlton George Town, Grand Cayman.
 

2013 Business Conferences in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

 
Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands will be the host venue in some of the largest annual national and international conferences around the globe. During 2013, the Caribbean Dermatology Symposium, Inc. will host the 12th Annual Caribbean Dermatology Symposium 2013 at the Westin Casuarina Resort in Grand Cayman in January. More so, the American Society of Anesthesiologists will host their 2013 Anesthesia Camp Grand Cayman in January at Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman, whereas the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is having their Cayman Islands Property & Construction Conference in February at Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort. Also, the Duke Department of Radiology will host “Advanced Imaging in the Islands” in February at Ritz-Carlton as well.
 

Grand Cayman Food Choices for Convention Attendees

 
A number of local restaurants in Grand Cayman are worth visiting while attending a business convention on the island. Aside from Caribbean cuisine, Champion House Restaurant (Phone: 345-949-7882) at Eastern Avenue in Georgetown offers Chinese, Italian and Spanish dishes during the lunch buffet and West Indian specialties during breakfast. Cimboco (Phone: 345-947-2782) mixes and matches the bright colors of the islands with its delectable selection of pasta, roti, pizza, and specialty desserts. Duke’s Restaurant (Phone: 345-640-0000) in Trafalgar Square reflects the classic beach movies of the 60s through the island’s seafood specialties, beach barbecue culture, and refreshing mixes of exotic cocktails. Edoardo’s Restaurant (Phone: 345-945-4408) on West Bay Road in Georgetown is a breath of Italian air while on the islands serving gourmet pizzas and pasta.
 

Grand Cayman Attractions for Conference Delegates

 
Once you finish with your business conference in Grand Cayman, visit a few of the tourist attractions before you leave. Cayman Island attractions are abundant, including the Pedro St. James Castle in St. James Quezon city. It’s an old castle worth visiting. Grand Cayman extends from George Town to West Bay with incredible white sand beaches perfect for relaxing. North of the beach lies the West Bay, Cayman Island’s second largest town. West bay includes one of Grand Cayman’s premier attractions called Cayman Turtle Farm (at Northwest Point Road). The Caymans are widely recognized for their sea life, but for keen botanists, the Elizabeth II Botanic Park is hard to beat (situated on Frank Sound Road). Finally, Kaibo Club provides its visitors down to earth and contemporary beach bar with mouth-watering food and cocktails at affordable prices.
 

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