Guernsey’s deputy chief minister Heidi Soulsby and Jersey’s Susie Pinel, Jersey’s minister for Treasury & Resources, are among the interviews.
Sally Ann David, chief operating officer at Guernsey Electricity, talks about her career and why Guernsey Electricity is a fantastic choice for those interested in pursuing a career in engineering. Justine Walley, the recently-appointed head of private banking Guernsey at Kleinwort Hambros, and Altair (Guernsey) Ltd’s client director Zoe Cousens offer their career insights.
Plus there is an insightful article about parental leave from Carey Olsen employment law specialist Lois Madden, while Teresa Le Couteur, chairwoman of the Guernsey branch of ICSA: The Chartered Governance Institute, talks about weathering the Covid-19 storm. Entrepreneurship is also covered in an interview with Sophie Marquis about her gemstone and fine art advisory service.
Technology and innovation is explored in the March edition of Business Brief as well, including a fascinating interview with Evelyn Brady, Guernsey managing partner, PwC Channel Islands. There is a great spread with the Digital Greenhouse, the island’s hub for innovation, plus Jan Collins from telco Sure talks about networks.
Emma Martins, the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s data protection commissioner, talks about positive change but the need to do more when it comes to diversity.
Craig Allen from Julius Baer in Guernsey discusses how technology is powering human advice.
There is also the monthly in-depth update from the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce and much more besides.