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The Tech Partnership is delighted to be working with the Greater London Authority (GLA) to support the Mayor’s Digital Talent Programme. The Digital Talent Programme This Mayor’s Digital Talent Programme aims to increase the number of young women, young people from Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in jobs […]

A Year in Review: 2016

Tech City UK CEO, Gerard Grech, takes a look back at 2016 For UK tech, 2016 was both a triumph and an eye-opener. Just as the industrial revolution transformed not only the economy but also society and politics in the space of a century, so the digital revolution is achieving the same, just much faster. At […]

Women in IT 2016: Toby Mildon, BBC

In this video, Toby Mildon, diversity and inclusion lead and executive coach & NLP practitioner at the BBC, talks about moving away from just diversity awareness in organisations and focusing instead on creating an inclusive environment for employees. By ensuring the working environment is inclusive, people from diverse backgrounds are more likely to want to […]

The digital opportunity for CIOs

CIOs have a unique opportunity to lead the digital strategy in their organisations, but they have to move quickly to make sure they have the right skills and infrastructure in place Digital is a word CIOs hear constantly nowadays. Some see it as an opportunity or an enabler, while others see it as a threat […]


Private equity firms are expected to “keep calm and carry on dealmaking” across Yorkshire, according to KPMG’s head of corporate finance for the region Christian Mayo, in spite of the shadow cast by Brexit. Looking ahead to 2017’s M&A activity, Mayo believes there is now an “appetite for quality acquisitions”. “The key to our regional […]

UKtech50: Laura Meyer, CIO, Harper Collins

In this video from Computer Weekly’s 2016 UKtech50 event, Laura Meyer, CIO, Harper Collins shares her five tips for good leadership. As part of the UKtech50 presentations, speakers were asked to share either five great ideas for innovation or their top five great ideas for leadership. The aim of the UKtech50 was to identify the […]
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