CGi Committee





Pete Miller

Pete is a qualified accountant and is currently financial controller at Specsavers, based in the Guernsey office at La Villiaize and is responsible for a number of the group office entities.

He has also held treasurer and director/trustee roles in a number of charity & not-for-profit organisations, most recently including the Bailiwick of Guernsey Scout Association and the Guernsey Velo Club LBG.



Ian Le Moigne – Company Secretary

Ian works in media relations for Condor Ferries and with his own PR and CoSec consultancy, supports local and pan-island clients.

His background is in marketing and PR, having qualified to post graduate level and he has spent the past 30 years in these disciplines locally, in the UK, Far East and also in France.



Martyn Gaudion

Martyn is Managing Director of Polar Instruments. He began his career at Tektronix in the early 1980s where he was responsible for test engineering on portable oscilloscopes. Joined Polar in 1990 and headed up for the design of Polar’s multilayer PCB short circuit locator, Martyn was appointed CEO in January 2010.

Martyn writes for a number of PCB industry publications and contributes to IPC High Speed standards development activities. Chartered Director and a Fellow of the IoD. In 2017 Martyn published ‘The printed circuit designers’ guide to Secrets of High-Speed PCBs.’




Kenrick,  a Chartered Director,  joined Guernsey Electricity as Head of Sales & Solutions in 2018. Prior to that he was Operations Director for The Liberation Group, the bar, restaurant, hotel and Brewing business which has operations in Guernsey, Jersey and Southwest England.

Before moving to Guernsey in 2006 Kenrick was Marketing Director at Blubeckers & Edwinns Restaurant Group based in Southeast England.

Kenrick has a wealth of experience in running commercial businesses with in depth knowledge of sales, customer service and retailing.



Expectations that Lance would pursue a career computer related, after leaving school, disappeared as he quickly established working in an office was not for him. Quite ironic as much of his day is glued to a laptop these days.

After getting in to Stonemasonry a little by accident, be became self-employed very soon and then went into a partnership for a while. In 1995 he decided he wanted to expand his stonework activities and formed Vaudin Stonemasons ltd under his ownership and management.

The company rapidly expanded in to many aspects of stonework and associated works. Guernsey Memorial Masons was established 5 years later and the supply of local and imported stone became a large part of what became the Vaudin Stone group.

A staunch Guenseyman and supporter of smaller businesses, his big flock of poultry keep him down to earth and his hands dirty!



Simon has been with NP Group since 2019 after an impressive career, having joined the timber trade in 1990 after a spell in the Royal Navy. He began his career as a lorry driver for a timber merchant in Bristol, but soon moved into sales and became a timber sales representative and product manager before then moving to Heavyside Manager.

He worked as branch manager at a timber merchant in Bristol prior to managing an engineered timber company that designed and manufactured joists, trusses and timber frames houses.

Simon moved to Guernsey to take up his post and his experience is valuable to the CGi.



Nick is the Technical Director of iD Porte and is responsible for the design and manufacture of new products. Nick graduated in 1996 from Brighton University UK with a degree in Electrical, Electronic with Computing and started work with a local company designing sonar systems for various military and oil industries.

Nick helped found PetPorte in 2006, designing and manufacturing the microchip cat flap. The local company has now become iD Porte and designs and manufactures products for the animal and medical industry that are sold throughout the world.