We are delighted to be hosted by DAC Beachcroft at their offices in Bristol for this session where we will address how can we use tech for good.

We know technology is the key to making our world better, but we can’t turn a blind eye at the fact sometimes it can be a problem too. So how do we make sure the good is offsetting the bad?

During this panel session, which compromises of sustainability and tech leaders from across the UK, we will be delving into the details and discussing how we can use tech both for a better world and in a better way. 

Speakers include:

Sam  Armondi

Sam Armondi

Managing Director, ThoughtQuarter

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David  Broom

David Broom

Managing Director, Kensa Contracting

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James Dunn

James Dunn

Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy, DXC Technology

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Kate Loxton

Kate Loxton

Senior Associate, DAC Beachcroft LLP

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Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor

Partner, Plum Consulting

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James Warburton

James Warburton

Senior Associate, DAC Beachcroft

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Ileana Lupsa

Ileana Lupsa

Programme Manager, Local Public Services and Nations and Regions, techUK

Ed Bevan

Head of SME Engagement, techUK

Tracy Modha

Team Assistant - Markets, techUK



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techUK champions the tech sector throughout the UK. We work with local authorities, devolved government, and local and national policy makers to advocate for the tech sector in strengthening economic growth and resilience. We provide opportunities for our members and local stakeholders to meet, build relationships, and collaborate to drive forward local projects. For more information or to get in touch, please visit our Nations and Regions Hub and click ‘contact us’. 

 

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