Girls taking Computing GCSE more than doubles
techUK comments on this year's GCSE results. MORE
techUK President shares her vision for future tech talent
"This is our time" says Jacqueline de Rojas for inclusion, digital optimism, and culture in tech. MORE
Computer Weekly Announces 50 Most Influential Women in IT
This year's top 50 most influential women in IT included a number of key techUK members, stakeholders, and for the first time - staff.
techUK strongly believe that having a gender balanced workforce across the tech sector strengthens the sector's ability to retain its market position as the cornerstone of industry across global markets. See our 2016 priorities here.
Activity into action - our work on behalf of techUK members in 2015.
The European Commission has launched the eSkills for Jobs campaign that will take place in 2015 and 2016.
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
techUK and everywoman launch the Back to Work Programme to support brilliant women get back into tech.
techUK and WISE have embarked on a joint venture to develop a bespoke tech industry version of the ‘People Like Me’ school resource pack.
The opportunities and benefits in getting involved
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