As a growth sector for Jersey we tailor our support to digital companies and work in conjunction with Digital Jersey to provide relevant advice for tech businesses.

Jersey is home to a network of tech businesses and entrepreneurs who form a digital community for work, collaboration and learning. The digital industries that make up this community include software engineering, e-commerce, website and user interface design and build, creative digital content, data management services, cybersecurity, information and communications technology (ICT) services, digital rights management (DRM) and intellectual property (IP), and information technology (IT) infrastructure.

Jersey data centres are world-class and chosen by many well-known businesses, international banks and large internet retailers as a location for their data. World-class, resilient, high-speed and high-bandwidth communication links with both the UK and France allow the Island to operate beyond its geography and fully integrate with the global market economy. Jersey is leading the world with the deployment of fibre to every home and business. Gigabit Jersey will transform the Island and provide companies with the ideal test environment for new high-bandwidth services. Jersey also offers island wide 4G/LTE coverage.

Jersey Business works alongside Digital Jersey to support the community of tech businesses in Jersey.

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Daniela Perotte

Systems Manager

Daniela is responsible for the systems infrastructure that Jersey Business needs to operate effectively.

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June Stead, Senior Business Advisor, Jersey Business

June Stead

Senior Business Advisor

June is a serial entrepreneur and provides advice and support for businesses of all sizes.

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