How do we develop the essential new skills, start-up, or digital adoption schemes and be sensitive to the needs on the ground in the local economies where they are being delivered, as well as the diverse backgrounds of participants and trainees?
Diverse workforces make better businesses. How do we work better to support marginalised talent to step up and lead in the public & private sector? What role does technology play in improving our businesses and organisations?
Despite rising unemployment as a result of the pandemic, the tech sector has a substantial numbers of vacancies. How can stakeholders from across government, local authorities, and enterprise partnerships help us to create awareness of the jobs available in the tech sector and to reskill people to fill these roles?
How do we support the UK public and higher education sectors to better understand how digital technology can enable increased productivity and be equipped with the trial solutions to show the potential return on investment?
What lessons can we all learn in the midst of COVID19? In this session UKTCG gather Local Authorities organisations to discuss best practises, solutions and strategies to develop better service provisions.
Higher education and university organisations gather to discuss best practises, solutions and strategies to develop better service provisions against the COVID-19 pandemic within the UK.
Watch this roundtable to hear how digital skills and capabilities will be essential in the new normal, playing a key role in the UK’s economic recovery.
New forms of collaboration between SMEs and corporates at a local level must be encouraged to drive regional and national R&D investment. How do we best drive collaboration locally with the technology sector?
We explore how giving tech businesses more opportunities to test, trial and showcase their ideas will provide a gateway to help the public and higher education sector innovate quicker.
TechnologyOne and UK Tech Cluster Group take a look at the key discussion points within the The Recovery Roadmap Report in order to build back better.
Tech and digital businesses are lean, agile, flexible, and willing to try things that may not work; companies have had to respond and pivot rapidly in this climate.
Digital skills and capabilities will be essential in the new normal enabling the UK’s economic recovery. However, digital skills are broad, wide ranging, and dispersed.
The government has been urged to prioritise the establishment of new product-led tech start-ups across the country ahead of its upcoming Digital Strategy.
The Recovery Roadmap Briefing Summit hosted by UK Tech Cluster Group, in association with TechnologyOne, shares learnings from across the UK on the role of tech.
In the wake of the COVID-19 challenge, the government has delivered a series of unprecedented schemes to lessen the blow to the economy, and these are welcomed.
Tech innovation can be seen across the UK through the development of integrated healthcare records and speedy deployment of video conferencing within NHS.
Watch Oliver Dowden, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, Sport discuss the role of tech & how it can enable economic resilience in light of COVID-19.
Ben Shorrock, Managing Director at TechSPARK chairs a panel discussion around key findings from international recovery plans as the world adjusts to the 'new norm'.
UK Tech Cluster Group and TechnologyOne discuss how we can create communities that reflect local needs and leverage technology to boost growth and development.