Wednesday 15 June 12:59

Chamber has three very different sponsorship opportunities for member businesses:

Jersey Evening Post - Chamber Corner

Business Profile – Format

The Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the Jersey Evening Post to arrange for one member organisation to be profiled each week within their weekly business supplement which is entitled “The Business,” and which is published within the newspaper every Wednesday. As the name suggests, “The Business” includes news, articles, profiles and topical comment of relevance and interest to members of the Island’s business community.

The J.E.P. has agreed a discounted price of £200 – an offer which is available only to Chamber members – for which they will incorporate a profile piece about your business / organisation along with a photograph and a company logo.

Each week the member’s profile piece will be located adjacent to a commentary piece from a member of the Chamber Executive Team. The section of the page containing the comment and the member’s profile will be headed up as “Chamber Corner.”

In order to take advantage of this offer, please contact

Paul Rebours, Project Manager, Business Team, Jersey Evening Post.

Tel.:    (01534) 611690.



Bailiwick Publishing - Chamber News

Company Advertising across 3 Business Platforms

For £995 you can profile your company across these business platforms:

Bailiwick Express website

Bailiwick Express is a virtual newspaper bringing together premium content with online interactivity. Importantly, Bailiwick Express includes a reporting suite so that all customers will be able to accurately measure the value of their advertising.

Connect magazine

Connect is Jersey’s monthly business magazine, telling the stories which matter to you. With high quality analysis, features and comment, Connect gets to the heart of the issues that affect our prosperity.

It is a perfect-bound, full colour magazine distributed across the Channel Islands with a 1,000 copies mailed directly to our database of senior professionals, business leaders and decision makers.

Jersey Chamber of Commerce

Jersey Chamber is a dynamic, high-profile and independent business network, with member businesses of all sizes, representing all sectors.  As a leading voice in the local community our mission is to make Chamber membership an essential part of business life; we do this by sharing opportunities, knowledge and expertise.

Chamber Advertising

In addition to the package above, Chamber News, its monthly newsletter to all members and Chamber website advertising space is available at the following rates:

Chamber News


Half page…………………………...£550

Full page……………………………£700

Top banner on all pages for 1 month……………..£200

In addition to the above bespoke packages that include CONNECT Magazine and Bailiwick Express can be accommodated.

Spaces are sold on a first come first served basis, for further details or to book please contact Mark Ferns on 01534 510309 or email


Sponsorship of Chamber Lunches

Monthly Lunches

Chamber is hosting 11 lunches during 2016, and as previous attendees will know, Chamber has an enviable record of attracting some high profile and interesting speakers, covering topics of interest to the Island and its business community.

Sponsorship of a Lunch event includes the following:

  • Company name and logo branding on all promotional material and invitations for the event, including all Bulletins and correspondence advertising the event.
  • Media publicity.
  • On-table collateral and in-room branding at the event.
  • 5 free places at the event including the opportunity for 2 places on the Top Table.
  • The opportunity to propose the ‘vote of thanks’ on behalf of the Company at the conclusion of the event.

The cost of sponsorship for each lunch event is £1,350; if 3 events are sponsored, a discounted price of £3,250 applies.

Spaces are sold on a first come first served basis, and there are limited spaces left for 2016. For further details or to book please contact Gillian Martindale-Parsons on 01534 724536 or email


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