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Cayman Compass 

The Cayman Compass is the islands’ most-trusted news source. Published daily, the newspaper is at the heart of the community, reflecting and celebrating the Cayman Islands’ cultural diversity. Delivered in both print and digital format, the Compass brings the news to you as it happens, via our web and social media platforms, with in-depth analysis in the following day’s paper. In addition to breaking news, the Compass features sections on community news, local sport, living and, each month, takes an in-depth look at important topical issues.


Compass Content

Compass Content is a full-service multi-media division of Compass Media offering custom print, digital and video content solutions for the full range of business needs.

Services are available in the Cayman Islands and internationally.

Our Compass Content studio content studio team creates bespoke services to suit clients’ individual requirements.

Whether you are a small business or a large corporation, government or public organisation, we will devise the best plan to help you achieve your marketing and communications goals. We are also happy to assist private individuals seeking writing, editing or design services.



InsideOut is the leading homes and gardens magazine in the Cayman Islands. With a focus on stylish living and the latest trends, this publication provides inspiration to local designers and budding enthusiasts. Published twice a year, InsideOut features readers’ homes, design, architecture, gardens, art and food.


Compass Print

Formerly Precision Print, Compass Print is Cayman’s only offset 4 colour printing facility. From design, printing, cutting and folding, we provide clients with high-quality brochures, business cards, restaurant menus, flyers, and other stationery. You choose the stock, gloss, and finish; we do the rest. And, because we are local, you won’t have to wait for your shipment to arrive from a far-away destination.

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Compass Café

We will soon be opening a coffee shop at our premises on Shedden Road in George Town, which will serve as a central point for Compass Media. The Compass Café will be a hub of the community, offering coffee and speciality teas as well as Caymanian and regional dishes. It will also feature local art, crafts and books. In addition, we will hold workshops, lunch-and-learn events, functions, entertainment, debates and broadcasts. The Compass Café will celebrate the people and heritage of Cayman Islands along with our cultural diversity. Due to open in 2020.