UK Tech Cluster Group calls for digital innovation policies to benefit all UK regions

Report launched with four big ideas to unlock potential across the country

Penny Horwood
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UKTCG Chair Katie Gallagher with MP Alex Davies-Jones
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UKTCG Chair Katie Gallagher with MP Alex Davies-Jones

Report sets out the ways in which development of the tech industry can support social mobility and economic growth.

The UK Tech Cluster Group (UKTCG) which connects tech organisations from every region and nation of the UK, has launched a report outlining how the next Government can harness the potential of the ...

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