The awards, which take place on Thursday 17 October, will celebrate success across the island’s growing tech sector.
There are 12 categories, spanning individuals and businesses, and the closing date for nominations is this Sunday, 15 September.
Among the awards to be presented at the event at the Royal Yacht, sponsored by Prosperity 24-7 and supported by BCS Jersey, are two new gongs for Security Implementation of the Year Award and an extra Technology Student of the Year prize – meaning both under 16s and over 16s will be in the running for top honours.
Tony Moretta, CEO of Digital Jersey, said: “In the week we’ve officially opened our newly expanded and repurposed Digital Jersey Hub and our state-of-the-art Digital Jersey Academy as part of our commitment to putting skills development at the heart of our work, I am delighted that we’ve received such a broad range of nominations for the Jersey TechAwards. I’m making a final call to all islanders, ahead of this Sunday’s deadline, to urge everybody to think about nominating somebody they think deserves a public thank you.”
Nominations closed on Sunday 15th September but you can read all about this year’s TechAwards here.
The other categories are: Digital Company of the Year, Technology Project of the Year, Best Use of Technology in Education, Technology Teacher of the Year, Digital Start-Up of the Year, Digital Creative Project of the Year, Digital Leader of the Year and Digital Team of the Year.
You can get your ticket for the awards on Eventbrite here