We’ve been super busy over the last few months building a new website that we think helps support and champion the UK tech industry better than ever before. It’s designed for you – ambitious tech founders with a thirst for expert insight and no time to waste.
Now that Tech City UK and Tech North have become Tech Nation, we’re taking this show on the road.
We’ll be visiting 11 cities across the UK, and we’re inviting you to join us for some incredible speakers and killer panels. We’ll be sharing some of the landmark research that our insights team have been working on over the last few months, and we’ll have local tech businesses on hand to showcase homegrown innovation. Come and say hello, learn about how we can help your business, and connect with local and national founders, mentors, investors and influencers.
Tickets are free, so there’s really no excuse. Do take a look at the dates below and join us wherever’s convenient for you.
Panelists and moderators will include Marieke Flament, CMO at Circle; Joon Ian Wong, Technology Reporter at Quartz (moderator); Ed Cooper, Head of Mobile at Revolut; John Detrixhe, Future of Finance Reporter at Quartz (moderator); Lucas Friss, Business Development at Cumberland; Cathryn Lyall, Co-Founder of Seismic Foundry, with more panelists to be announced soon. They’ll be asked questions like ‘how hard is it to design a crypto app anyway?’ and ‘how do crypto whales trade?’.
On 9th June we’re teaming up with ODI Leeds. Ever wondered what it takes to be a social media ninja or full-stack development wizard? Well, in short you need some digital skills. We are excited to be hosting a hackathon in partnership with the ODI Leeds to answer just these questions. Hackers will be given access to a ground-breaking dataset containing every job advert from the North of England for the past three years. The jobs landscape is changing without any map or guide – this is our opportunity to create one.
We also welcome other organisations to bring their own datasets about the digital jobs market. Sign up here.
Can’t make it to any of these?
Wow, you must be busy! But if you can’t make it to any of these events, check out our range of growth programmes for business at all stages, or dive into some of the latest stories, data and insights from the UK tech scene, here.
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