A new report on the startup ecosystem in the UK and its lessons for India’s developing startup scene has been launched today by FICCI, partnering with techUK
Europe’s latest trade deal offers new opportunities, but chooses not to cover data flows
Strong B2B at end of 2016 but UK PCB production continues to decline even in a growth market.
Tech must form bedrock of Brexit success, says techUK following major new report outlining the areas where the UK is most at risk from Brexit.
techUK today sets out key asks for Government on its forthcoming EU exit negotiations, to ensure tech is the bedrock of Brexit success
Paul Hide, techUK, reports back from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
Paul Hide, techUK, reports back from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
A Guest Blog from Shane Leahy, Chairman of Engage Hub on the trade delegation to India with Prime Minister Theresa May.
techUK calls for Autumn Statement focused on innovation for a highly dynamic economy
The value of electronics production in the UK for Q1 to Q3 2016 is roughly the same as in 2015 with exports stronger than the domestic
techUK and NASSCOM urge PMs to consider four priorities to drive post-referendum growth
Analysis of member survey responses.
A series of 5 Webinars organised by Department for International Trade (DIT) from the 7th - 15th September 2016.
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Julian David, CEO of techUK sets out initial five point plan in response to Brexit vote
As voters go to the polls, the tech industry makes its voice heard on the EU referendum.
Government Backed Incubator Seeks to Attract Newcomers to Cyber-Security
Coordination of international standards and regulations key to allowing innovation in financial services
UKTI Japan publish a report on Open Innovation in the Japanese ICT, Electronics and Technology Sectors
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After attending the China-Britain Business Council's annual conference, we look at some of the key opportunities arising in China over the next five years
Julian David on what the UK cyber security industry can learn from Tel Aviv
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