|Department||Department for the Economy|
|Type of consultation||Green paper|
|Deadline for comments||11/09/2022|
|Responses publish date||23/12/2022|
About the consultation
Jersey is a successful exporting nation with internationally-recognised goods and world-leading services, but there has never been a dedicated Export Strategy to look at opportunities to grow exports across sectors.
This public consultation will be used to develop the strategy in preparation for publication at the end of 2022.
The Green Paper sets out a high level overview of the current context and how exports feature right across Jersey’s economy, and presents seven broad work streams which will frame engagement on exports over the next five months:
- improved data
- new exporter support
- grow existing exporters
- protect leading exporters
- export logistics
- international engagement
- sustainable trade
Export Strategy Green Paper
There are two ways in which you can contribute to the consultation:
- The Export Strategy Green Paper Consultation seeks views on the opportunities and barriers in relation to each of the seven workstreams
- The Export Strategy Business Survey seeks to gather data and insights from businesses which are currently or potentially exporting
Both surveys close on 11 September 2022
How to submit comments to the consultation
Export Strategy Green Paper Consultation
Everyone is welcome to give their views on any of the seven work streams in the export strategy, or on exports generally.
Give your response to the Green Paper Consultation
Export Strategy Business Survey
This is a specific survey to learn from the insights and experiences of Jersey businesses who currently or could potentially export.
Give your response to the Export Strategy Business Survey
How we will use your information
The information you provide will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 for the purposes of this consultation.
The Government of Jersey may quote or publish responses to this consultation including (send to other interested parties on request, send to the Scrutiny Office, quote in a published report, report in the media, published on www.gov.je, list on a consultation summary etc.) but will not publish the names and addresses of individuals without consent. Confidential responses will still be included in any summary of statistical information received and views expressed. Under the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011, information submitted to this consultation may be released if a Freedom of Information request requires it, but no personal data may be released.