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While many things make Guernsey an appealing destination for startups, the significance of the island’s tourism economy cannot be overlooked. Summer (and all-year-round) visitors offer burgeoning businesses a fantastic opportunity to capitalise on the island’s unique character. Exciting startups making the most of Guernsey visitors are cropping up everywhere — and some of them are making international headlines. Here are some Guernsey businesses that are doing an excellent job of catering to visiting tourists:
Startup Guernsey hosted a special Food Entrepreneurs evening as part of a schedule of events in Guernsey for Global Entrepreneurship Week. Speakers included Primrose Matheson from Primrose Kitchen, a Guernsey girl who now lives in Dorset and runs her business, Primrose Kitchen in Dorset.
Spotlight Guernsey is a non-profit organisation working to increase access to music, drama and dance in Guernsey. Spotlight aims to remove the barriers associated with the performing arts and offers inclusivity and opportunity to all.
Videos of talks from the Guernsey Data Conference 1.0 held in October 2017.
How to turn your passion into a business
Aperitif is a unique concept to Guernsey, providing a mobile bar service that is unrestrained by location.
Frith Sykes – a partnership between sports performance consultant Jeremy Frith and educational psychologist Rachel Sykes
Bridge Digital is a response driven digital marketing agency that develops and implements digital marketing strategies
Cooked by James Ferguson is a corporate and private dining services company providing bespoke catering solutions.
A textile and soft furnishing brand