Please note, all 'Prime' tickets are now sold-out, however - there are SME spaces left. 

Many of techUK’s small/medium size Justice & Emergency Services (JES) suppliers have expressed a degree of frustration as to how difficult it is to engage with the larger companies operating in the Police & Justice market. The general view is that larger suppliers should be interested to hear about what the smaller ones are doing, in the hope that partnering or collaboration will result.

As a result, techUK is running a JES suppliers’ focussed “Partnering and Networking” event at techUK’s 10 St Bride Street office from 2.30pm to 6pm on 24/11/2022.  All techUK JES companies – large and small – are invited on a “first come, first served” basis given limited space at St Bride Street. Please note it is one per organisation.

The aim of the event is to explore potential relationships between larger JES suppliers and small/medium size suppliers (SMEs) who are providing, or wish to provide, their solutions to Police & Justice customers.

All those attending must complete this form and email it to [email protected] with the subject-line 'techUK | JES | Partnering and Networking | Company bio-form' by COP Monday 7 November 2022. These forms will be shared with everyone attending.

*Two weeks before the event, techUK will issue the full list of large and small companies taking part. All JES suppliers will be given access to companies’ “bio” via techUK as soon they become available.

The format for the session will involve speed dating style networking (facilitated by techUK) followed by more relaxed networking including drinks and pizza!

 Please note:

  • Attendance is strictly limited to one person per supplier
  • This event is not targeted at any suppliers’ “partner manager” (or equivalent title) – please only attend if you are your Company’s Police and/or Justice lead or team member
Georgina Henley

Georgina Henley

Head of Justice and Emergency Services, techUK

Jago Corry

Programme Assistant, Markets and International Trade, techUK