Spotlight on our activity
Digital Place week will showcase the best of local public service innovation and how digital has transformed our places and renewed civic engagement and local democracy. You can read latest news and insights below #DigitalPlace
Leading tech industry bodies launch London Tech Manifesto for Mayoral elections
On 20 April, some of the UK’s leading tech industry bodies launched the London Tech Manifesto, calling on the new Mayor of London to champion the city’s tech companies. techUK, alongside other leading industry voices, helped shape the recommendations and outline a roadmap to continue the growth of London’s tech companies and ensure the city is fully embracing the opportunities of tech.
techUK in conversation with Chancellor Rishi Sunak
techUK President Jacqueline de Rojas joined Chancellor Rishi Sunak to discuss how in the modern world ‘every job is a tech job’ and the need to demystify the industry to ensure everyone can see the opportunities of technology as open to them.
The Kickstart Scheme
techUK has partnered with Reed to help facilitate participation in the government Kickstart initiative for our members and provide opportunities for young people to find high quality job placements with a view to boosting their career prospects.
techUK partners with Mail Force to get more devices to schools
We are delighted to be able to announce techUK’s partnership with Mail Force – the Daily Mail charity who in the last couple of weeks have launched their Computers for Kids campaign - and members can offer their support now.
Building the Future We Need
Read techUK's eight reports from the Building the Future We Need campaign which explore 'Strengthening Local Digital Capital' across Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and the North East, North West, West Midlands, and Yorkshire and Humberside regions of England.