Spotlight on our activity
techUK launches new report on digital skills
techUK's Fast Forward for Digital Jobs report examines the state of play of adult education and digital skills training and sets out seven key recommendations to support learners, support employers, and deliver change at scale.
The potential use of 6 GHz for licensed and licence-exempt systems
This industry views document captures industry views on "Pros and Cons of Licence-exemption for WAS/RLAN" and "Pros and Cons of Individual Licensing for Mobile Systems" in the 6 GHz (5925-7125 MHz) frequency range.
Tech Partnership Degrees becomes TechSkills
Tech Partnership Degrees, a techUK company, is today rebranding to TechSkills (www.techskills.org). The organisation brings together employers and educators in partnership to develop the digital talent industry needs.
CogX Festival 2021 | 14-15 June
techUK will be a partner at CogX Festival 2021 this year from June 14-16. Watch 100+ global leaders across 18 stages through CogX’s buzzing virtual platform, or safely experience the excitement in person. techUK members can access free virtual passes for CogX here (normally £95) so register today to guarantee your place.
A blueprint for UK Digital Trade - a techUK report
The report sets out the key areas where advanced digital trade policy and UK leadership is needed to continue the growth in digital trade and aid the UK economy as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
AI for Energy report outlines opportunities for applying AI in the energy sector
A new paper published by techUK and the Centre for AI and Climate shines a light on the potential opportunities from machine learning and artificial intelligence in supporting the decarbonisation of the grid.
The Online Safety Bill, what is in it and what does it mean for techUK members?
The UK Government has published the long-awaited draft Online Safety Bill which takes years of thinking and debate about how to make the UK the safest place to be online into practice.
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.
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.