In his own words, Commerce and Employment minister Kevin Stewart outlines his vision to make Guernsey a technologically advanced jurisdiction.
Commerce And Employment news
LOCAL firms are missing out on business in financial services because Guernsey Finance cannot pursue every opportunity on its current modest budget.
THE former post office in Guelles Road could become a hub for start-ups in the creative industries as part of plans being developed by the Commerce and Employment Department.
FARMERS have expressed deep concern about Guernsey’s new £1.7m. slaughterhouse, with one describing it as a ‘bit of a pig’s ear’.
ACTION needs to be taken now to stop the decline in bass stocks, Guernsey anglers have said.
‘SILICON GUERNSEY’ is making progress, Commerce and Employment minister Kevin Stewart has said.
A FUNDING BOOST of nearly £1m. could be on the way for Guernsey Finance before the end of the year.
A TWO-day bus strike due to start tomorrow has been called off.
Guernsey is well placed to thrive, says the man who has spent the last six years working for the States in developing financial services. James Falla spoke to Jarrod Cowley-Grimmond, who is heading back to his native Australia with the plaudits of the finance industry ringing in his ears…
BUSINESSES as diverse as web designers and farmers could benefit from the updated island land use plan.