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The B4-8 club is Guernsey’s only dedicated business networking club. It has approximately 40 members from a wide variety of businesses and it meets once a month, over breakfast. It is characterised by its lack of formality, the relaxed atmosphere of its meetings, the good range of speakers who address the club each month and by the club’s five different coloured plastic ducks which indicate to members which table they are sitting at each meeting.
Matt Collas - Chair
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The CGi is the Island’s premier business organisation, providing a voice for member firms and local businesses to local policymakers and stakeholders. We represent approximately 100 local organisations, contribute to the key political and commercial debates and support the next generation. Our mission is to help business create a more prosperous society.
Larry Granger The Confederation of Guernsey Industry, Suite 3B, Harbour View, Harbour House, The Albany, St Peter Port, GY1 1AQ
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The Guernsey Chamber of Commerce acts as a passionate representative voice; encapsulating industry areas that affect us all. With over 600 active members we represent a large portion of the Island’s business community. Chamber’s structure comprises an elected council, some of whom will chair a sub-committee which focuses on a particular area i.e. transport, planning or tax. His Excellency the Lieutenant – Governor is our Patron.
John O'Neil Suite 1, 16 Glategny Esplanade, St Peter Port, GY1 1WN
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The Digital Greenhouse has been established by the States of Guernsey to act as a focal point for the growth of the digital and creative sector. It is designed to support effective collaboration, co-working, networking and learning to enable successful innovation to thrive in Guernsey.
Keith Wilen Digital Greenhouse, Market Street, St. Peter Port, GY1 1HB
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GIBA has a membership consisting of all the major financial institutions and professional firms in the island and is the representative body of the financial services industry in Guernsey. GIBA has a governing Council comprising of representatives of all sectors of the industry, which meets on a monthly basis to discuss all current issues affecting the industry. GIBA representatives sit on a number of institutions and working groups, working in consultation with local government committees and regulators on domestic and international issues relevant to the financial services industry. GIBA has links with similar bodies in other jurisdictions in order to discuss matters of mutual international interest.
James Travers - Secretary c/o Rothschild, St. Julian's Court, St. Peter Port, GY1 3BP
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At the GTA our vision is to work in partnership with individuals and companies, and through the provision of quality training and advice, contribute to the economic success of the Bailiwick.
Islandmums.com started in 2009, originally known as Guernseymums.gg. It was set up by local mums for local families as a one-stop shop for finding information about parenting, child care services and activities in Guernsey. Originally set-up by mums Milly, Jane and Sarah, it has changed ownership in January 2015 is now run by Sasha Kazantseva-Miller, a mum of twins and a newborn and fabulous team. Juggling babies, bigger kids, other jobs and interests has always been part of the Islandmums.com team life! At the heart of our mission is to provide support for local women and their families after the life-changing experience of having children. Islandmums.com is run with the simple vision to make life easier for families – not only mums but also dads, grandparents and carers. We do it by negotiating great offers and special promotions, by providing relevant and up to date information about events and activities and being a voice for issues affecting the local community. We also pride ourselves in being a fab platform promoting local businesses through the Islandmums Family scheme with hundreds of offers and promotions encouraging families to spend locally.
The Busy Guernsey Bee love helping businesses to thrive by providing buzzworthy customer services and help them to grow their visibility by building relationships through networking. How do they do it? By “BEE”ing Customer Centric; inspiring businesses to create relationships with internal and external customers, facilitating change in businesses towards a real service culture. By “BEE”ing better connected; helping businesses to increase their public image and help them build a trustworthy tribe around them. What they do: Customer experience Mystery shopping Customer service training Customer insight Customer service support Healthy beehive The Busy Guernsey Bee is a franchise owned by Mark Smith who previously worked for Specsavers in their Retail Support Team, responsible for customer service and performance of over 90 stores in the Midlands. In 2016 Mark decided it was time for a new challenge and became part of The Busy Queen Bee Franchise and set up The Busy Guernsey Bee.
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thebestof Guernsey is an award winning marketing solution provider passionate about promoting and marketing the best businesses and events on the island. With exclusive special offers for all registered members. They offer businesses an effective low-cost online presence with a host of other marketing initiatives and champion their members to the community as loudly as they can. They encourage local people to provide reviews for those Guernsey businesses who deserve your support. Services include: Website feature, reviews, special offers, events, brand awareness. social media (marketing, management & training), blog, newsletters, review cards, commercial photos, video, bus (brand awareness). online banners, certificates, networking events, campaigns (BOYA Awards/Buy Local), monthly competitions, mix and match, our support and advice.
The Women’s Development Forum is a not-for-profit membership organisation dedicated to supporting women in the Channel Islands to greater career success and fulfilment while building strong network connections. We work to raise awareness that gender diversity is not a women's issue; it is a business imperative. There is a wealth of untapped female potential in the islands, which if released would create more successful businesses and lead to improved economic performance. We are dedicated to greater gender balanced leadership. We aim to stimulate change by creating a friendly, fun and inclusive community of women and men of all ages, industries and career stages. Our members network as equals, valuing all voices and sharing experiences, while learning about subjects pertinent to women in the workplace.
The Young Business Group is a non-profit organisation providing networking opportunities for members through monthly events and business and community projects. YBG has members from every background covering many business sectors, including the retail, hospitality, media, advertising, commercial, IT, legal and finance sectors. It meets on the first Thursday of every month, holding a lunch or dinner club which provides members with an opportunity to chat informally over a meal, make new business connections and friends and enjoy a talk by a topical speaker. YBG is a dynamic group which always has something going on! If you want to be part of this group or find out more please contact myself, our Membership Secretary or download the membership forms here on the website.
Lindsey Dean - President