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Jersey Chapter Jersey Conference Bureau


There are many features which combine to make Jersey an appealing conference destination, including it's island location, it's ease of access with flights from 26 U.K. Airports, plus excellent European connections.

Jersey is the main Channel Island situated 160 Kms or 100 miles off England's south coast and only 20 Kms or 14 miles from France. For the British market it offers all the advantages of being abroad, without being abroad. For English speaking people with no language problems or foreign language dictionary needed and no innoculations.

Internationally speaking this is one of the most accessible places with links from most main European airports. Jersey is VAT free too, which keeps the price of luxury goods low.

The native language is English, but French connections have added a little 'Je ne sais quoi' to the food, it all adds up to a place where doing business is really a pleasure.

Safety first is a by-word for Jersey, who's low crime rate allows every visiting delegate to feel confident of both business and personal security. The beaches are clean and thanks to it's Gulf Stream location Jersey is a particularly recommendable choice in the still sunny and balmy late summer months.

Conference and incentive groups will be spoilt for choice, whether they seek boardrooms or banquets, great restaurants or first class night clubs, participant or spectator sport. Gaining conference business is no island whim, because this is a place where business is part of daily life.

Please mention the European Convention Bureau website when inquiring.

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