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Meet the new Tech Start-up Bootcampers

Meet the new Tech Start-up Bootcampers

Wednesday 01 February 2023

Meet the new Tech Start-up Bootcampers

Wednesday 01 February 2023

Eight islanders have been selected from around 40 applicants to take part in Digital Jersey's first ever Tech Start-Up Bootcamp.

The Tech Start-Up Bootcamp was launched at the end of last year in collaboration with JT, PwC, NatWest International and TEKEX.

Applicants for the Bootcamp were from broad and diverse backgrounds with their digital businesses ranging from investment platforms and fintech products to digital health solutions, gaming apps and mental health technology solutions. 

The successful applicants will  benefit from a twelve-week program designed to explore and develop their digital business ideas through a combination of workshops, masterclasses and one-to-one sessions.

Seven local business will take part in the Bootcamp programme.

Those taking part in the Bootcamp include Tamsin Raine, Tom Titherington, Cameron Pirouet, Michael Butler, Jack Smith, Joao Oliveira, Elliott Lamb and Manthan Patel.

Digital Jersey CEO Tony Moretta said: “This is what Digital Jersey is all about – connecting people, collaborating, bringing together those who are shaping the future and giving them the tools they need to realise their ambitions.

"I’m convinced that the initiative can help give local fledgling tech businesses the best possible chance of success and in turn provide exciting opportunities for Jersey’s economy.”

Meet the Bootcampers...

Michael Butler

Business name: Card Twister?

What is it? A brand of mobile party games for university students 

Cameron Pirouet

Business name: Property Source

What is it? A social property investment platform for independent property brokers, that will help any investors with find their next property venture

Tom Titherington

Business name: Crately 

What is it? A platform for suppliers and restaurants to make the long-overdue transition from analogue to digital workflows

Tamsin Raine

Business name: Exordi

What is it? A white-labelled software that lets you deploy campaigns globally, in minutes through a network of the world’s best creators. 

Joao Oliveira and Elliot Lamb

Business name: Alli

What is it? An AI driven, interactive Mental Health companion app 

Dr Manthan Patel

Business name: TBC

What is it? Improve business and clinical efficiency of dental practices by extracting ‘dark’ data from dental practice management software.

Jack Smith

Business: Not a Mortgage

What is it? A new home equity investment business, which aims to provide homeowners with a smart new loan alternative for tapping into their home equity without taking on debt.

Pictured top - left to right: Victoria Eastwood, Head of Stakeholder Management, and Sebastian Lawson, Head of Projects at Digital Jersey. 

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