Jersey Business aiming to help boost economic development

IDENTIFYING and helping to remove barriers inhibiting economic development will be one of the key aims of Jersey Business Ltd over the next three years.

Jersey Business chief executive Andy Cook outside the new offices
Jersey Business chief executive Andy Cook outside the new offices

IDENTIFYING and helping to remove barriers inhibiting economic development will be one of the key aims of Jersey Business Ltd over the next three years.

This is one of five core activities identified in the independent, grant-funded company’s three-year plan, which has been published today.

The other activities are providing advice and support to those considering the launch of a new enterprise, targeted support for established businesses, stimulation of new funds for sustainable business activity, and ‘ambassadorial’ work on behalf of the business community.

The ambassadorial role will include partnerships with schools to explain the importance of business in Island society and to encourage the entrepreneurial spirit.

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Comments for: "Jersey Business aiming to help boost economic development"

sporran

Many of these barriers are there for good reason and should not be removed for the short term of a few individuals

me

Is this not what Jersey Enterprise are supposed to do?

James Wiley

Oh my god, stop wasting money on rubbish like this and cut taxes that will do far more good.

St Ouen

Just what Jersey needs, another bunch of State funded blow hards.

The first promise they should make is to take the time to answer emails!

Overpopulated

I wonder if meddling by our government has ever produced any worthwhile, well paid employment for anyone other than civil servants?

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