Posted on November 21, 2016
Category: News

Tech Nation 2016 provided the most detailed analysis to date of how the digital sector is driving economic growth, showcasing the innovation and energy of tech hubs across the UK.

In 2017 Tech City UK will take an even more in-depth look at how the digital economy is evolving, giving a greater voice to the UK’s tech communities and highlighting the considerable progress they are making.

The Humber LEP is working with Tech City UK to give the Humber tech community a voice in Tech Nation 2017.

To do this we need to hear from everyone who works or operates within the sector. So whether you’re part of a tech business, an academic, investor or another member of the ecosystem please take just seven minutes to complete the survey and share the link with your network.

Take part at http://buff.ly/2ffrv50

Around 40 companies who complete the survey will be featured within the report as a case study! Thank you for your time.

Sarah Clinch

Sarah is responsible for developing sector plans for the digital, food and visitor economy sectors, including links with Hull 2017, City of Culture. She also leads on promoting business growth through the design and delivery of business support programmes; co-ordination of business support services in the Humber and support for business innovation. Sarah works with the Humber LEP Marketing group on marketing the Humber nationally and internationally, including defining investment opportunities, selecting target markets and developing strategies to raise the profile of the region.

Sarah Clinch