techUK Announces Advisory Panel to Ensure Brexit Is a Success for Tech
Leading figures from economics, venture capital, legal, civil service and more join forces to help ensure the UK Digital Economy thrives post-Brexit.
techUK Responds to Speech From Prime Minister Theresa May
“UK tech needs a smooth and orderly Brexit in order to power the new era of Global Britain”.
techUK Calls For Transitionary Trading Agreement With European Union
Policy Director Charlotte Holloway joins industry leaders in call to avoid Brexit regulatory “cliffedge”.
Silver Linings: The Implications of Brexit for the UK Data Centre Sector
techUK releases paper on the threats and opportunities Brexit presents to data centres.
A summary of techUK's work on priorities for the UK as we negotiate a new relationship with the European Union, including: access to the single market, access to tech talent, ensuring the UK remains open for international data flows, and wider issues.
Immediately after the referendum result, techUK set out five top initial priorities for Government.
techUK's Brexit policy papers to date, along with information on forthcoming work.
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
techUK has brought together expertise across economics, politics and law to inform its Brexit strategy in 2017 and beyond
Following survey results, techUK has called for tech and the digital economy to be placed at the heart of the UK Industrial Strategy.
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