Sixth Annual Jersey TechAwards shortlist announced

Posted: 09/02/2024

The shortlist for the sixth annual Jersey TechAwards were announced yesterday (8 February) at Digital Jersey’s Annual Review event.

Organised by Digital Jersey with C5 Alliance as headline sponsor, the Jersey TechAwards recognise the high-calibre talent across the Island’s increasingly diverse digital sector while also showcasing the innovative use of technology in non-digital sectors of the economy.

The winners will be announced from those shortlisted at a gala ceremony at the Royal Jersey Showground on 26 April.

Last year’s hugely popular awards ceremony was the biggest to date, attended by close to 500 people and highlighted the growing importance of digital solutions in all areas of society, as well as the value added by the sector to the Jersey economy.

Commenting on the Awards, CEO Digital Jersey, Tony Moretta, said:
“Jersey has a wealth of tech talent at its finger tips, all making strides in transforming how we work, live and interact. Now in their sixth year, these Awards look to showcase that talent while serving as inspiration to others by highlighting the level of innovation, ambition and leadership we are fortunate to have on our Island.”

Stuart Richford, Group Commercial Director at C5, added:
“These Awards offer a fantastic opportunity to recognise the innovators and entrepreneurs who are working hard to drive tech-based solutions and innovations. It is vital to the Island that we remain at the front of the pack in terms of our technological capabilities and by celebrating our achievements today we will hopefully create the opportunities for greater advancements tomorrow.”


The shortlisted nominees, including their categories, are:

Sustainability, sponsored by Jersey Electricity

  • Equilibrium Futures: Understanding Sustainable Finance
  • Government Marine Resources: AI & Jersey’s Blue Carbon Resources
  • Paragon Impact: Creating a global standard for SDG impact measurement

Productivity, sponsored by Lloyds Bank International

  • Altair: Insight
  • Health & Community Services + Modernisation & Digital: Bookwise Oncology
  • Channel PC: Revolutionising building inspections

Fintech, sponsored by Corefocus

  • Offshore Payroll: Cloud based payroll problem solver
  • TrustQuay Viewpoint: Democratising Technology
  • ComplyWay: AI powered onboarding platform

Leadership, sponsored by Sure Business

  • Leonie McCrann, Marbral Advisory
  • Paul Every, Solitaire Consulting
  • Paul Fosse, JTC

Innovation, sponsored by Deloitte

  • EWG Group: Trailblazing in fintech
  • Government Marine Resources: AI and Jersey’s Blue Carbon Resources
  • C5 Alliance: AVA – The GPT powered HR Assistant

Start-up, sponsored by Carey Olsen

  • Reel Creative
  • Anova
  • Daysium
  • Spring IM

Public & Third Sector, sponsored by RBC Wealth Management

  • The Allan Lab: Technological Health Services
  • Dementia Jersey: Charity-wide Digital Transformation
  • Corefocus: Bridging Jersey’s Support Gap

Company, sponsored by Switch Digital

  • Delta
  • System Labs
  • HSBC

Teacher, sponsored by PropelFwd

  • Sasha Baker: La Moye School
  • Shannon O’Connell: Les Quennevais School
  • Ruth Lea: Jersey College for Girls 

Creative, sponsored by Standard Bank

  • Spring IM: making wealth management accessible for everyone
  • Anova: Black Mirror Presentation (AI)
  • Jersey Electricity: Creative innovation puts the ‘easy’ in Easycharge home charging

Student, sponsored by Vaiie

  • Student Project Team: Les Quennevais School
  • Amy Kempster: Hautlieu
  • Margaux McQuilton: Institute of Law

Cyber Security, sponsored by JT Group

  • Jersey Cyber Security Centre, Soteria Communications and The Channel Islands Information Security Forum: Cyber Security Awareness Month
  • System Labs: A visionary approach to cyber security
  • Defence Logic: Securing the Finance Sector


Tickets for the 2024 Jersey TechAwards can be booked here.

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