Computing and Intellect, the UK's hi-tech trade association, are working on a major campaign to examine the role of innovation in the UK economy.
Our aim is to identify the key steps to ensuring that the UK is able to innovatively exploit technology for social and economic gain.
Through a series of roundtable debates involving leading industry figures, IT directors, academics and government representatives, we will produce a set of recommendations for how to improve the UK's status as an innovation nation, focusing on the role of innovation in our culture, business and government.
We welcome your feedback - email us at email@example.com
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