Tech Nation works with a range of businesses to help strengthen the tech ecosystem. We are uniquely placed to connect digital businesses with investors, corporates and government partners, which helps us drive the growth of the UK digital economy, and deliver real impact for our sponsors and partners.
There are a range of commercial partnership and sponsorship opportunities available. We can help you deepen your understanding of the sector, and harness the expertise of the UK’s tech companies to accelerate the growth of your organisation.
Please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.
What we do and how you can get involved
Research and Insights
Sponsor or commission one of our reports to position yourself as a thought leader, and inform decision making.
Sponsor our Growth Programmes to access our network of high-growth tech companies and make meaningful connections.
Hire us to support your digital transformation journey through online and face to face learning for your team.
License our Digital Business Academy in your country to improve digital skills and increase startup growth.
Get in touch
Macfarlanes is hugely excited to work with Tech Nation and be a partner of the Future Fifty programme.
In addition to advising individual companies we have connected with through Tech Nation, we work closely with the current and former Future Fifty companies through a number of initiatives in our role as the UK legal partner of the Future Fifty programme.
Alex Edmondson, Partner, Macfarlanes LLP
We believe that collaboration drives innovation, which is why we’re pleased to be working with Tech Nation as they expand across the UK, empowering ambitious entrepreneurs to grow faster through building and nurturing stronger ecosystems.
By looking at issues in a different way, and asking better questions, we are continually shaping our business to reflect the needs of the types of businesses that we believe are fundamental to the success of the UK economy.
Mark Gregory, EY Chief Economist, UK
Debbie O’Hanlon, EY Managing Partner, UK Regions