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Nominees for fifth annual TechAwards revealed

Nominees for fifth annual TechAwards revealed

Monday 30 January 2023

Nominees for fifth annual TechAwards revealed

Monday 30 January 2023

The shortlist for the 5th Jersey TechAwards is out ahead of the grand awards ceremony in three months' time.

This year's awards include a new Innovation Award category, aimed at celebrating technological solutions which solve problems.

"We have been blown away by the breadth and quality of this year’s award entries," Digital Jersey's Head of Marketing and Communications, Kelly Barker, said.

"They signify not just the diverse range of talent we have in our island, but also the inspiring leadership that drives these digital solutions."

The shortlist...

Innovation Award sponsored by PwC

  • The Marine Resources team - Seeing Below the Surface project
  • RaceNation/SportsGiving - Revolutionising fundraising in Jersey and beyond
  • Cygnetise - applying blockchain to revolutionising Authorised Signatory Management

Start-up Award sponsored by NatWest International

  • Channel Eye
  • Soteria
  • Caprica Cultivation Ltd

Public Sector award sponsored by Jersey Electricity

  • Jersey Met / Government of Jersey for the website weather pages
  • The Government's Analytics and Management Information Team
  • Jersey Coastguard - ‘Trace’ app 

Leadership Award sponsored by KPMG

  • Werner Bornman
  • John Gamble
  • Alistair Le Ruez

ESG Award sponsored by PropelFwd

  • Government of Jersey - covid-19 Vaccination Project
  • Government of Jersey Marine Resources team - Seeing below the surface
  • L'Office du Jèrriais - Revitalising our Indigenous language

Company Award sponsored by Switch Digital

  • Cygnetise – applying blockchain to revolutionising Authorised Signatory Management
  • RaceNation/SportsGiving – Revolutionising fundraising in Jersey and beyond
  • Voisins – Voisins Rewards App

Fintech Award sponsored by Jersey Finance

  • AI Compliance - A brand-new digital compliance experience.
  • Mesh ID - Digital onboarding software, based on blockchain technology
  • Cygnetise – applying blockchain to revolutionising Authorised Signatory Management

Creative Award sponsored by JE3.COM

  • Government of Jersey Childcare and Early Years’ Service and Best Start Partnership, 50 things to do before you’re 5 app
  • North Creative – Curiously Brit…(ish) Visit Jersey Brand Campaign
  • ArtHouse Jersey - The Sound of Colour Exhibition 

Student Award sponsored by JT

  • Ruby Hoy – Les Quennevais School
  • Poppy Bourke – Les Quennevais School
  • Cassius Guyett – Les Quennevais School

Teacher Award sponsored by Carey Olsen

  • Adam Grocott – Grainville School
  • Katie Ferreira - Les Quennevais School

Productivity Award sponsored by Sure

  • The Government's Analytics and Management Information Team
  • Snap - helped Global Go! Now Radius Vehicles Solutions reimagine
  • WeDigital, Richardsons Jersey Royals

On the judging panel...

Chair of the judging panel this year was Leonie McCrann, CEO of Marbral Advisory.

She was joined by:

  • Emma German, Founder of Monoceros Innovation

  • Jason Laity, Co-founder of 80Twenty Ltd

  • Dave Cartwright, Head of Technology Operations and Risk/Chief Information Security Officer, Santander and Chair, the Channel Islands Information Security Forum

  • Ed Daubeney, Managing Director at Envestors

  • Nicolle Maltwood, Ecosystem Manager at Barclays Eagle Labs

  • Jensen Nixon, CEO Web Administration Resource Management

  • Joel Mills, CEO AugmentCity and Offshore Simulator Centre

  • Dan Hare, CEO Continuum Consulting

  • Matt Palmer, Director CERT - Jersey's Cyber Emergency Response Team

  • Dr Clare Newman, Principal Policy Officer in the Government's Public Health team

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