Programmes

Our programmes are defined around vertical and cross market areas of work which we are pursuing on behalf of the tech sector.

Our programme grid demonstrates where organisations can get involved with techUK. The grid acts as a map where techUK members can derive value, from information and insights, to networking and building their businesses.

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techUK-Programme-Grid

  • Brexit

    Get the latest on what the tech sector's priorities are post-Brexit and what techUK is doing on behalf of its members.

  • Central government

    Digital technology offers huge potential to drive efficiencies across government. Recognising this the UK government has made a commitment to digital by default.

  • Cloud, data, analytics and AI

    The amount of data generated and stored is growing exponentially. This creates a number of opportunities and challenges often referred to as 'Big Data.'

  • Communications infrastructure

    The exponential growth of data drives the demand for network capacity as never before.

  • Cyber security

    Cyber security underpins the continued development of the global digital economy. Its technologies protect our personal data and messages online, safeguard the intellectual property of businesses and secure our critical national infrastructure.

  • Data centres

    Data centres are vital to our digital economy.

  • Defence

    Technology is critical to delivering national security, public safety and cyber resilience to the UK.

  • Digital devices and services

    The traditional consumer electronics markets is going through a period of rapid and profound change.

  • Electronics

    The UK electronics industry needs support from industry government and academia to survive and thrive.

  • Environment & compliance

    Our three key environmental challenges are climate change, pollution and resource degradation.

  • Europe and the Digital Single Market

    The Digital Single Market is a great opportunity for UK technology businesses in Europe. It is important to get the detail right in the European Commission’s Digital Single Market proposals, and techUK is working to ensure the SME and wider tech voices are heard.

  • Financial services & payments

    Technology underpins every function across the financial system, from executing trades to making payments into accounts. Without technology, there would be no financial services industry.

  • Health & social care

    The smart use of new intelligent technology is fundamental to the challenge of developing productive, integrated and safer health and social care systems around the world.

  • International trade

    Programme focuses on assisting UK members engage internationally, facilitates international companies’ UK growth, works with government, in the UK and internationally, and feeds in to our wider Policy and Public Affairs activities.

  • Internet of Things

    The IoT has the potential to fundamentally change the way we live and work. It's not just about 'wearables' or 'driverless cars' or 'connected fridges'. It's so much more than that.

  • Justice and emergency services

    Digital technology provides both a huge opportunity and a significant challenge to the Justice and Emergency Services sector.

  • Legal affairs

    The exponential growth of data drives the demand for network capacity as never before.

  • Local government

    Technology is driving innovation in the way that local services and education is delivered across the UK, driving better outcomes and new efficiencies.

  • Marketing and Sales

    The Marketing and Sales Group is a members' forum designed to nurture and promote capability in the marketing and sales disciplines within the TechUK community.

  • Policy and public affairs

    A supportive public policy environment, access to growth finance and effective trade support are key enablers for the growth of tech in the UK.

  • Satellite applications & services

    Satellite technology affects our everyday lives, providing services including broadcast television, ubiquitous broadband and on phone and in car navigation.

  • Skills, talent and diversity

    The skills agenda is essential to the health, wealth and growth of the UK economy, especially the technology industry. IP for Business is a suite of five business tools to help small firms identify, protect and grow their intellectual property (IP) assets.

  • SmarterUK

    SmarterUK brings together the smart infrastructure value chain. It is the only initiative to do so in the UK, representing a market widely considered to be worth £trillions globally.

  • Women in Tech

    The Women in Tech Council is focused on developing and supporting effective solutions to the long-standing problem of attracting, retaining and advancing more women in the technology industry.

FROM SOCIAL MEDIA

Check out Rob Driver’s write up of the annual @gov_procurement #govtech directors briefing https://t.co/TJI618nQqP
'Spotlight on Vulnerable People in our Society,' a guest blog by Jim White, Industry Director - Public Sector, EMEA… https://t.co/wCBTkJ5Xy4
What does today's agreement on 'sufficient progress' in the Brexit negotiations mean for tech? Our Head of Policy… https://t.co/sswIkziuW4
"Tech businesses considering future investment decisions must be assured that the UK/EU relationship will continue… https://t.co/qqeD6W7Owp
Expert Health+SC suppliers are invited to take part in ACS & STP Development Partner Framework to give NHS access t… https://t.co/BbBsdulZ7d
Join us at the Vibrant Digital Future Summit & get a 20% ticket discount using the code TECHUK20: https://t.co/XmFW0cR6Ja
Read @GeorginaMarath 's article on how councils are embracing digital devolution to deliver more efficient services… https://t.co/RklYQQVyNn