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Join us for our second roundtable event – on immigration for tech startups

Are you having trouble bringing in developer talent from outside the EU? Or are you struggling to bring in an experienced tech CFO from the Silicon Valley?

You’ve told us visas and immigration issues are some of the biggest problems startups face in London. And we’ve listened.

Along with leading entrepreneurs and experts, we’ll be discussing the problems and solutions to visa and immigration issues in London’s tech scene.

Meg Hillier – MP for Shoreditch and Hackney South

Creating change

We’ll be joined by Meg Hillier, MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch.

Meg’s looking at whether business immigration rules are fair, and wants to hear from startups who’ve faced recruitment issues as a result of them. She plans to take the findings of our roundtable to Parliament.

Limited spaces available

There are only 10 places available at the table.

Sign up below to secure your place before we sell out.

The event will take place on Friday 28th June from 10:30am to 12:00pm, in the Eight Club Moorgate’s private dining room overlooking the City of London.

Hot topic

This roundtable event comes two weeks after UKTI’s visa & immigration workshop, run alongside the Home Office and the UK Border Agency.

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Interested in attending? We’re looking for startup founders to join the discussion. Fill in the following form to grab one of 10 places on the table.

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Thanks to our sponsors Fragomen for making this roundtable possible.

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