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REVEALED: This year's Tech Award nominees

REVEALED: This year's Tech Award nominees

Friday 11 March 2022

REVEALED: This year's Tech Award nominees

Friday 11 March 2022

The shortlist for the fourth annual Jersey Tech Awards has been revealed ahead of the ceremony in two weeks' time.

The awards aim to showcase individuals and teams who have made a difference to the local community through their use of technology in 2021.

There are 11 categories, and a 'Judges Choice' award has also been introduced.

Chair of the judging panel Jason Laity said: "2021 proved yet again that we have a vibrant and innovative group of individuals and teams in Jersey. From productivity and health solutions, to the application of fresh creativity to old problems, the judges were impressed with the calibre of nominations, and congratulate the shortlisted entries for their success."

Taking place on 25 March at the Radisson, the awards ceremony will be hosted by comedian Lucy Porter.

The shortlist...


  • C5 Alliance
  • Kulpa
  • RaceNation


  • Kulpa
  • Logic Ltd
  • Uniti


  • Africa Opportunities
  • Mesh ID
  • TCA Digital Ltd


  • Confidante (Family Law)
  • RaceNation
  • Snap Digital


  • Chris Meyer
  • Ethan Soar
  • Jake De La Haye


  • Narelle Height
  • Simon Forestiero
  • Terry Stevens


  • John Doublard
  • Julian Lamb
  • Keith Hale


  • My JE app, by Jersey Electricity
  • IT Equipment Security, by IT Hardware Services
  • Sustainable ecosystems, by Durrell

Cyber Security

  • Blue Flame
  • Oak Group
  • System Labs


  • Medicann
  • The RPA at Lloyds Bank 100, Lloyds Bank International
  • Eyeris by Trust Cloud Services & Eyecan

Public Sector/Charity

  • Supporting sight impaired Islanders, by Eyecan
  • Parish of Jersey Website redevelopment by Blue Llama
  • Unlocking Millions More in Fundraising for Jersey Charities, by RaceNation
  • Trace, by Jersey Coastguard (Ports of Jersey)

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