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We are techUK 

techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow. More than 950 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ approximately 700,000 people, about half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups. The majority of our members are small and medium sized businesses.

At techUK we lead the debates about technology and its potential impact on the future. We work to ensure that discussions are properly informed, so that the right decisions can be made regarding the development and use of technology for the good of the UK, for the good of people and for the good of our industry.

In 2016, techUK made a significant impact across a number of crucial areas. Key to this was our ability to quickly establish good relationships with new ministers and senior policy makers in the post EU-referendum world. This progress will continue in 2017 in the run-up-to, and post General Election.

Our many successes in 2016 are being mirrored in 2017, resulting in techUK being the clear ‘go-to’ organisation for the tech industry in the UK. Click here to see what our teams achieved in 2016.

 

Watch our short video to hear what our members think of techUK. 

 


Why join?  

techUK is committed to helping its members grow, by:

  • Developing markets
  • Developing relationships and networks
  • Reducing business costs
  • Reducing business risks.

By participating in techUK programmes, you'll be able to get the inside track on the latest developments in your target markets or technology area as well as excellent networking opportunities with customers, government, regulators and peers.

You also have access to a growing variety of business services that will help you to develop and grow your business. These services include: free central London meeting rooms, hotdesk facilities, discounted training, legal and HR services, and many more. 

Watch the short video below to see what value our members get from techUK: 


How to join? 

We have three categories of membership: 

  • Full Member – Any company that provides a digital technology, product, service or application
  • Tech Start Up Member – For start-up technology companies who have been trading less than three years, have fewer than five staff and a turnover of less than £500,000
  • Affiliate Member - Although not a technology company, the business has an interest in the technology sector e.g. law firms, management consultancies or accountancy practices.

We would like to meet first with any company that may be considering joining us. This will allow us to take you through our member offering and explain our joining process.


Introduce a new member to techUK and claim your reward

techUK is growing as more companies take advantage of the benefits of joining the UK’s No.1 technology trade association.

To help us grow even faster we have launched an incentive scheme, rewarding members for introducing new companies and contacts who sign up for techUK membership.

Rewards are in the form of credits, which can be spent against a range of techUK services including Room Hire, Events, Dinners and Conferences and Training courses.

To find out how you can earn techUK rewards contact our Business Development team: membership@techuk.org


Join techUK

 To find out how to join techUK, please get in touch with our membership team: membershipteam@techuk.org

 

 

 

 

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