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Bahamian company expands to the Cayman Islands

Bahamian-owned company Scentpression has announced that it has expanded its business to the Cayman Islands through a partnership with Ted Green Fragrances, forming the company ScentSations.

This latest partnership, and a deal struck last year to acquire a large portion of the Canadian company ScenTech, has positioned Scentpression as “one of the most recognized atmospheric agencies in the world”, according to its press release.

In the release, the company’s chief executive officer, Damalus Curry, said the partnership with Ted Green will help the firm to expand its products and services to the Cayman Islands. The deal was struck between the two agencies for an undisclosed amount.

Scentpression is based in West Palm Beach, Florida, with offices in The Bahamas.

The company’s release states it has been helping its global clients to increase sales through scent marketing.

“We want to provide the best customer experiences within the scent branding and marketing industry,” said Curry.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ted Green Fragrance/ScentSations Ted Green said the partnership with Curry’s company will give his operations a strategic advantage in terms of solutions.

“We are excited and looking forward to great things to come. With Scentpression and ScentSations, we have found a partner that shares our dedication and vision to provide our clients the ideal fragrant environments to meet their goals,” he said.

Scentpression has operations throughout the United States, the Caribbean and Canada, according to the release, while Cayman native Ted Green designs authentic fragrances inspired by exotic islands.

Chester Robards

Senior Business Reporter at The Nassau Guardian
Chester Robards rejoined The Nassau Guardian in November 2017 as a senior business reporter. He has covered myriad topics and events for The Nassau Guardian.
Education: Florida International University, BS in Journalism
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