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Jersey's top tech stars revealed

Jersey's top tech stars revealed

Monday 28 March 2022

Jersey's top tech stars revealed

Monday 28 March 2022


The winner’s of this year’s Jersey TechAwards have been announced.

Organised by Digital Jersey and sponsored by C5 Alliance, the awards ceremony took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel hosted by comedian Lucy Porter.

They aimed to showcase the individuals and teams who made a positive difference through their application of technology in 2021. 

“It is the huge range of what is being created here in our small Island, that never fails to amaze me - from an app to capture legally admissible evidence for victims of crime, to the incredibly important support work that our IT firms provide for other businesses,” said Digital Jersey CEO Tony Moretta.

“Plus, while so much of our focus is often on a new software or digital service, it was particularly pleasing to see a company which exists to solve hardware problems sustainably, being given the first ever Judges’ Choice Award. I’d like to say thank you to Jason Laity, Chair of the judging panel, and his team for their work.”

THE WINNERS…

Judges’ Choice Award - IT Equipment Security, by IT Hardware Services 

Company - C5 Alliance 

Start-up - Kulpa

Fintech - TCA Digital Ltd

Creative - Snap Creative 

Student - Chris Meyer 

Teacher - Narelle Height   

Leadership - Julian Lamb

Sustainability - My JE app, by Jersey Electricity

Cyber Security - Oak Group  

Productivity - The RPA at Lloyds Bank 100, Lloyds Bank International  

Public Sector/Charity - Supporting sight impaired Islanders, by Eyecan

Pictured top: The winners of the Judge’s Choice Award, IT Hardware Services.

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