Snacks & Sips: Security & Defence Partnership Event

techUK Snacks & Sips events offer tech companies large and small operating within the public sector tech market, the opportunity to network, share ideas and forge fruitful business partnerships. It is an opportunity for SMEs to learn about large companies’ approach to partnership and how you can join their partnership ecosystem. And it is an opportunity for larger companies to expand the network of SMEs they work with to deliver services in these sectors.

How it Works:

A Defence, a Security, and a Cyber prime will each provide a 15 minute overview of their presence in the various sectors, how they engage with SMEs and why SMEs are important to delivering services to their customers.

SMEs then have 60 seconds to pitch what they do, covering who they are, their innovation/service/product and what they’re looking for in working with larger companies. The lightning pitches will then be followed by drinks and networking. Each prime will have a designated area so SME attendees can strike up conversations with them and hopefully start to forge partnerships.

Speakers will include:

Tony Reeves, Digital Adviser, Defence, Microsoft

David Lawford-Mee, Sales Director, UKCloud

Andrew Dixon, Managing Director, SVGC

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