Help Put Cornwall on the Tech Nation Map - survey ending 14 Oct - Software Cornwall

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To support this mission, please complete the below Tech Nation Survey asap!!  We need to make the voice of Cornwalls Tech Companies heard and highlight rural tech communities in the UK

update 5/10/15 – we have 15 of the 40 submissions needed to make it onto the UK Tech Nation Map

update 09/10/15 – we have 35 of the 40 submissions needed to be recognised as a cluster

update 12/10/15 – we have 53 submssions in TR postcodes with PL and EX Cornwall postcodes to be counted

update 12/10 – 12 submissions from PL and EX postcodes

update 13/10/15 – we have 65 of the 40 submissions needed and now can be recognised as a cluster

Please respond as the more entries we have the more likely we are to be featured in the report

TechNation have asked us to let them know any Cornwall Tech Super Stars – please contact us with details!

The survey takes just 2-5 minutes and is multiple choice

Survey ending soon (14/10/15)

technationlogoToday (17 Sept 2015), Tech City UK is delighted to announce that the research phase for Tech Nation 2016 is now underway.

Launched by the Prime Minister and Chancellor in February, Tech Nation 2015 was the first comprehensive, community-driven analysis of tech clusters across the UK.

This year Tech City UK is aiming to gain an even deeper insight into the technology startup landscape to discover what digital companies need in order to grow and scale.

In partnership with Nesta and Growth Intelligence, Tech City UK has launched a short survey as part of Tech Nation 2016.

We have the opportunity to showcase our local tech industry with Tech Nation 2016, and feature a couple of local companies as case studies.

You can take the survey here.

Why complete the survey:

  • You can help chart the development of companies powering the UK’s digital economy
  • £1000 worth of tickets for this year’s Web Summit are up for grabs
  • International exposure with the chance to be featured in the Tech Nation report


2014 Survey