Virtual showcase of UK smart infrastructure companies
This virtual export promotion event will focus on smart infrastructure solutions helping businesses, municipalities and infrastructure operators on their decarbonisation journey. The ambition is to help connect UK smart infrastructure providers with potential partners and buyers around the globe.
Who should apply
- techUK SME members providing smart infrastructure solutions addressing smart mobility, climate resilience, energy efficiency and urban health challenges.
- techUK members already exporting and looking to expand their international footprint.
Why should you join
- You will have a unique opportunity to deliver a 15 min presentation showcasing your services to buyers in select European and Asian markets.
Jana is techUK’s Policy Manager for International Trade.
She supports techUK members in navigating international markets, including market access and regulatory challenges, and assists the tech sector in taking full advantage of UK’s trade deals. Her responsibilities also include driving the UK digital trade policy agenda. Jana is committed to promoting UK digital trade by engaging businesses, UK government and international partners.
Jana has several years of experience in trade promotion, public policy, and providing strategic advice on international expansion strategy to companies across a variety of sectors. Prior to techUK, she worked for the Department for International Trade, helping UK SMEs expand abroad.
She holds a MA in International Political Economy from King’s College London.
Ashley Feldman is the programme manager for transport and smart cities, at techUK.
Ashley joined techUK in 2022 having worked in the public policy and communications industry for four years. He specialised in advising businesses in the infrastructure, built environment and transport sectors on a wide range of issues including stakeholder engagement and corporate reputation management.
Ashley obtained a masters degree in Urbanisation and Development studies at the London School of Economics.
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