During techUK’s Local Public Services Innovation week we will be launching a short paper outlining how local public services can grasp the innovation opportunity and maximise the benefits they derive from digital technologies and their suppliers.

This event is open to local government and techUK members to review the recommendations presented and discuss how we take them forward and ultimately create the conditions for innovation to thrive. We will hear from suppliers and local authorities that have been involved in the recommendations. Redbridge and Norfolk council will be setting out what innovation looks like for their council and place and how they anticipate collaborating with suppliers to drive innovation.

We are keen to hear from the wider local government ecosystem so register now to share your feedback on the recommendations and what innovations means and looks like to you.

At this event we will also be launching techUK’s Innovators Network, attend to find out more and how to get involved!

Speakers include:

  • Faith la Grange, Director, Government, Microsoft & Chair, techUK’s Local Public Services Committee
  • Kurt Frary, Deputy Director of IMT, CTO, Norfolk Council
  • Emeran Saigol, Operational Director, Digital, Customer Experience & Community Safety, London Borough of Redbridge
  • Rachael Beer, Business Development Director – Capita Local Public Service, Capita & Vice-Chair, techUK’s Local Public Services Committee
  • SME to be confirmed

This is a free event for public sector and techUK members. For any questions regarding booking please contact Tracy Modha. Alternatively please contact the team below for any general queries.

Georgina Maratheftis

Georgina Maratheftis

Associate Director, Local Public Services, techUK