Barclays is bringing its Eagle Lab formula to Guernsey.
The bank has collaborated with the Digital Greenhouse and the Committee for Economic Development to launch a Barclays Eagle Lab in Guernsey. This is part of its drive to help entrepreneurs, businesses and the local community to create, innovate and grow.
Barclays Eagle Labs is a community resource which offer a range of services including mentoring, training workshops and support for start-up and scale-up businesses.
The Barclays Eagle Lab in Guernsey will be based in Market Square at the Digital Greenhouse. Gez Overstall has been appointed by Barclays as the Eco-system Manager. He is an experienced technology industry professional, having worked in sales and business development for JT and latterly Infrasoft Technologies. He also holds an MBA from the University of Southampton.
Mr Overstall’s role will be to ensure that that Eagle Lab is a fully functional and supportive space for collaboration and creativity for all co-workers, members, and visitors.
Justine Gaudion, Head of local markets for Barclays in Guernsey said: “At Barclays our long-term aim is to create and curate a series of products, services and partnerships that improve the lives of people in the communities which we serve. We’re excited that we’ll be able to provide our Eagle Lab services at the Digital Greenhouse and to be supporting the Economic Development Committee with their strategy to encourage entrepreneurship and business growth in Guernsey.”
Deputy Andrea Dudley-Owen, Vice President of the Committee for Economic Development and Digital lead added: “The Barclays Eagle Lab is a great development for Guernsey.
"It will play an important part in supporting our work to be a leading innovative and entrepreneurial community, the location of choice for a diverse range of low footprint, high value, digital businesses. Their aims fit hand in glove with many of those we are working to achieve in our Digital Strategy.”
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