July 20, 2009 | Comments 0

Company Offsite on Grand Cayman

Are the leaders of your company stalled and are in need of a change of scenery? Do you need to reconnect with your mission and reexamine your corporate goals?  Find a way to increase business in a tough economy? The solution is the island of Grand Cayman which is just about an hour away from Miami.  With direct flights from many big cities in the U.S., the Island of Grand Cayman can offer you a way to get everyone together in settings from small, intimate brainstorming sessions to big and formal as you like. Catering, the latest in communications technology, even beachside meeting rooms are available. And if that isn’t enough, incentives can be arranged to bring your company to the Caymans for a price that is competitive.   Grand Cayman has the accommodations, ease of access, and infrastructure to make your next offsite meeting a success.

Not enough? Then think about how motivated your leadership team will be when the reward for a successful business session is a tropical island paradise right outside the door. The Cayman Islands consist of three islands: Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman — which offer some of the world’s best diving and snorkeling. cayman

Are your employees bringing along family? There’s something for everyone, of every age. Beautiful beaches abound in the Caymans. Swim, go for a bike ride, collect seashells, sail, kayak in the ocean – or plunge into the sea but stay dry by taking a submarine ride. No trip to Grand Cayman is complete without a visit to Stingray City where you can interact with these majestic creatures up close and personal.  Are you looking for activities other than water sports? Then try your hand at one of Grand Cayman’s championship golf courses. The Caymans have everything you could ever want for a tropical vacation.  Oh, and did someone mention food? World class cuisine abounds in many restaurants featuring a vast array of menu items ranging from seafood caught just a few miles away, eclectic dishes influenced by the early explorers from France, the Netherlands, Spain, and Great Britain who visited the shores of the Caymans. You’re as likely to find an elegant French restaurant as a small British pub.  

So take a look at bringing your employees to the board room – and then grab a surfboard when the meetings are done. A business trip combined with a Caribbean island vacation in the Caymans is a great investment.  You and your employees will go home rested, relaxed, and with renewed enthusiasm.  Conferencing in the Caymans and a Caribbean vacation. Just what your business – and you – need. Give your travel professional your requirements and get started on a trip to the Caymans with your employees today!

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