Business ConnexBusiness Connex is a concierge service developed by the Isle of Man's Chamber of Commerce to support and connect businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals that have relocated to the Island.
What is Business Connex?
Business Connex (BCX) is a free of charge service that has been developed by the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Isle of Man Department for Enterprise to help and assist relocating individuals and businesses in their move to the Isle of Man, ensuring the personal and business journey is as seamless and welcoming as possible. BCX connects businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals with the relevant groups, services and networks here on Island.
Who is it for?
· Existing organisations relocating their business to the Isle of Man
· New businesses starting up on the Isle of Man
· New employees who have been relocated to the Island by their employer
· Individuals looking to relocate to the Isle of Man and looking for employment
How does it work?
BCX is a bespoke service that takes into consideration the individual requirements of a business, individual or entrepreneur, recognising there is no 'one size fits all' solution to a relocation. BCX is available to anyone considering relocation to the Island and is a well-connected point of contact to connect new businesses and workers to other organisations, including the Isle of Man Government.
BCX also supports new employees who are moving to the Island to live and work, by instigating introductions, while also sourcing leads for employment opportunities. In addition, the service includes a follow up facility; helping introduce those who have recently relocated to the business community and wider networks.
Who do I speak to?
Simply contact Jessica Kitchin, BCX Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1624 674941 for more information. Alternatively, click here for further information from the Chamber of Commerce.
Locate recently caught up with BCX Manager, Jessica Kitchen to find out more about the day to day operations of BCX, recent success stories and what the future holds for the operation. Read the Q&A here.