28 Sep 2022

Apply for SME Member of the Week

Submit your case study for SME Member of the Week

Every week techUK recognises one of our SME members in order to demonstrate their accomplishments. We want our members and stakeholders to get to know and connect with our valuable network of 500+ SME members.  

Each SME Member of the Week is profiled in our ‘SME Connect’ monthly newsletter, promoted on our LinkedIn and Twitter social media channels, and listed on our SME Connect page (below).  

Each SME Member of the Week will also be invited to convert their case study into a blog which we'll share with our broader membership and stakeholders. The blog is your chance to give your insight on a relevant and timely topic. Within the blog you are free to add brief information about your company and your recent successes.  

Every month, we’ll focus on a particular theme and select SMEs who are making particular impact on that topic.

January: For January's SME Member of the Week, we’ll be focusing on digital trade. Digital trade offers a powerful route to economic growth for SMEs, as businesses with international footprint are more profitable, productive, resilient and see expansion in growth. For Janauary, we want to showcase SME member's who have tapped into overseas export opportunities and taken advantage of the UK’s trading partnerships worldwide to successfully export their product or service in international markets.

If you are interested in being featured as an SME Member of the Week, please fill out and submit this form today. Deadline 25 November.

Ed Bevan

Head of SME Engagement, techUK

Ed is Head of SME Engagement and is responsible for shaping techUK’s proposition to our SMEs across the country, ensuring our policy work, market access activity and services benefit the SME community.

Prior to working at techUK, Ed worked in the at the Department for International Trade, engaging with a variety of businesses, particularly SMEs, to understand the benefits of Free Trade Agreements and act as case studies in press and social media. Ed has also worked in policy and public affairs within the voluntary sector, namely the Alzheimer’s Society and the Men’s Health Forum.

Ed holds a MA in International Relations from Leiden University, and in his spare time enjoys spending time with his son, travelling, and visiting historical sites.

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