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Policy priorities for London’s tech sector: infrastructure, finance, skills and support for start-ups

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8:30-13:00 Wed 4 Feb, 2015 Central London Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar
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Guest of Honour: Gerard Grech, Chief Executive, Tech City UK and Member, London Tech Ambassadors Group

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to discuss next steps for supporting London’s growing technology sector.

Following the Mayor launching his plan to grow London’s Tech City as a globally competitive base for technology companies, planned sessions focus on priorities for the GLA in developing infrastructure – including plans for a Smart London – and providing superfast connectivity to support business.

Delegates will also discuss what more can be done to support digital start-ups and entrepreneurs facing challenges such access to funding, affordable office space and skills and talent – with the Autumn Statement including measures to fund equity investment in high growth companies and to extend Entrepreneurs’ Relief – as well as latest developments in the FinTech, MedTech and Property tech sectors.

Jennette Arnold AM, Member for North East (Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest), London Assembly has kindly agreed to chair a session at this seminar.

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