Is techUK membership for you?
We’re pleased to represent 1000+ members, from household names to ones-to-watch. Our members include SMEs and multinationals, firms from every nation and region in the UK, and with a breadth of interest, from AI to Quantum, Health to Telecoms.
We have two categories of membership:
Full member – Any company that provides a digital technology, product, service or application
Affiliate member - Any business with an interest in the tech sector e.g. law firms, management consultancies or accountancy practices.
Membership is at a corporate level, meaning all of your colleagues can access techUK resources.
There are five core benefits of techUK membership:
Download our quick guides to learn more about the value and benefits of membership
Membership enquiry form - how to join techUK
The first step towards becoming a member of techUK is to have a meeting with our Membership team. In this meeting we can discuss the value of membership, answer your questions, and explain our joining process.
If you would like to find out more about techUK membership please complete the enquiry form below and our Membership team will be in touch. Alternatively, FAQs are below, or you are welcome to email us at [email protected] for further information.
techUK is a B2B network and membership is offered to corporate entities rather than on an individual basis. Should your organisation join techUK as a member, all of your staff have access to everything that we do at techUK.
techUK membership is by corporate annual subscription with a fee that is calculated from a company’s UK turnover and the number of UK staff. Please get in touch with [email protected] with any further questions.
As a member-led body, our members shape our strategy, outputs, and programme of activities. Dependent on their strategic priorities, members can work with us in three distinct ways:
techUK teams are focused on 21 distinct programmes of activity. These 21 Programmes sit under our three core focus areas: Developing Markets, Championing Emerging Technologies, and Shaping Policy and Regulation. Members can access these workstreams as part of their membership.
- Steering Boards
Each of our Programmes has a representative steering board. Members lead these boards and shape our activities, bring focus to our policy objectives, and provide a consultative industry panel for government and other stakeholders.
- Working Groups
techUK also manages around 100 working groups which oversee and direct specific techUK outputs and activities. Working groups cover a range of workstreams and help us to identify challenges and best practice.
techUK member testimonials
Being a member of techUK provides KPMG with an invaluable amount of insight, not just from industry, but from our wider ecosystem. It gives us that fully rounded view; it’s fantastic to be able to hear from the experts in the industry and our colleagues from across the ecosystem.
At the moment, we have one central government customer and we’re trying to find ways to work with other parts of the Government and other parts of the public sector. techUK have been really helpful in explaining how the environment works and introducing us to the ecosystem with other suppliers.
techUK has created a highly effective and compelling platform for the industry to communicate and collaborate.
Through our techUK membership we’ve been able to work collaboratively with industry peers to successfully advocate for a future regulatory and legislative regime that will help unleash the full potential of the UK’s cyber security industry. This, in turn, has improved our insights into the UK’s ever-evolving technology ecosystem, and national and international priorities, which helps us support the current and future needs of our global customer base.
techUK is not only bringing together an industry that is changing the face of society – the way we live, the way we work – but it’s also giving the industry an ability to listen to society too.
techUK Member Directory
With around 1,000 members across the UK, techUK creates a network for innovation and collaboration across business, government and stakeholders to provide a better future for people, society, the economy and the planet. Our member companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups.
techUK Code of Practice
Our Code of Practice outlines the standards and expectations we place on our staff, members and visitors to ensure we uphold techUK's values and to make our environment inclusive, respectful and collaborative for all. Any attendees at techUK meetings or events, visiting our premises, or representing techUK in any capacity need to comply with our code, and we kindly ask all our members and visitors to familiarise themselves with our Code of Practice.
For more information about techUK membership, please contact:
Glyn is head of business development at techUK and works with potential member companies to understand their business needs and make sure that they are aware of what techUK has to offer.
Glyn has a passion for building long term business relationships and has previously worked in account management, sales and relationship management in a range of industries including membership, software, healthcare, security and insurance.
If you would like to find out more about membership, please give him a call.
- [email protected]
- 020 7331 2026
Jaroszlav is the Business Development Executive at techUK.
Day to day Jarolszlav is responsible for making prospective members aware of membership benefits, advising them how to get the most out of their investment and introducing them to relevant programme activities and business services.
Jaroszlav has experience in working in the tourism, hospitality and retail sectors and is keen to form long lasting relationships with technologists and support their growth strategies in the UK.
Outside of work, Jaroszlav enjoys travelling across Europe, meeting people and is an avid reader of speculative fiction.
- [email protected]
- 020 7331 2027