11 March 2024


8.45am – 5.30pm


Ahead of an expected General Election techUK ran the third in our series of policy leadership conferences titled, How can the next Government use technology to build a better Britain? 
The conference tackled head on the big questions that our political leaders would face as they plan for the next Government. Including the opportunities and risks presented by AI in the decade ahead, the impact of deepfakes and disinformation on elections, whether the UK needs an industrial strategy for tech and the UK’s role in an ever more uncertain global environment.  
The conference also featured addresses from the Labour and Conservative Partys and the publication of industry research on the priorities the next Government should be thinking about to secure the future of the UK tech sector.  
Thank you for everyone who joined us on 11 March which was an excellent day of discussion and a primer for the tech sector ahead of the General Election.  

Event details:

Timings: 09:00 - 18:00 

Location: Westminster, London

Ticket prices:  

* There will be some limited free tickets to key stakeholders and media, please contact the techUK team for more details*

  • techUK member ticket - free (SOLD OUT)
  • Public sector - free (SOLD OUT)
  • Non-member ticket - £150.00 + VAT (SOLD OUT)
  • Online member ticket - free
  • Online non-member ticket - £50.00 + VAT

Please note: a refund will be given on cancellations received in writing 6 weeks prior to the event. Regrettably no refunds can be given after this date. Full terms and conditions can be viewed here.

If you need any support when booking your tickets, please contact [email protected]

For more information, please contact:

Alice Campbell

Alice Campbell

Head of Public Affairs, techUK

Dora Pass

Dora Pass

Junior Events Manager, techUK

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