techUK joins Global Industry Statement in support of the moratorium on customs duties
The moratorium is crucial to the growth of the global digital economy and the recovery from the pandemic. As the statement outlines, “the cross-border exchange of knowledge, technical know-how, and scientific and commercial information across transnational IT networks, as well as access to digital tools and global market opportunities have helped sustain economies, expand education, and raise global living standards.”
Continuation of the Moratorium is key for to supply chain resilience for manufacturing and services industries, as well as SMEs, whose ability to access and leverage digital tools has allowed them to stay in business amidst physical restrictions and lockdowns.
Sabina leads techUK's international policy and engagement. Based in Brussels, she manages our EU policy priorities as well as our international trade agenda.
Sabina leads techUK’s engagement with the European Union institutions, as well as the EU Member States. Outside of the EU, her work is focused on key trade partners, such as the USA and Japan, as well as key international organisations, such as the WTO and the OECD. Previously, she worked as Policy Advisor in the European Parliament for almost a decade, where she specialised in tech regulation, international trade and EU-US relations.
Sabina is the founder of the Gentlewomen’s Club, co-organiser of the Young Professionals in Digital Policy and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community, where she has led several youth civic engagement and gender equality projects.
She sits on the Advisory Board of the UCL European Institute and The Nine, Brussels’ first members-only club designed for women, holds an MA in War Studies from King’s College London and a BA in Classics from the University of Cambridge.