TechMarketView Presentation and Dinner 2016

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  •  September 8, 2016 - September 12, 2016
     6:15 pm - 11:00 pm

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We are delighted to announce that the fourth annual ‘Evening with TechMarketView’ will take place on Thursday 8 September 2016. Following the success of the sell-out 2015 TechMarketView Presentation & Dinner, this year’s event will once again be held in the magnificent premises of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in Portland Place, London, from 6pm.

The evening, which will be centred around our 2016 research theme ‘Surfing the Waves of Disruption’, will commence with short, insightful presentations from the TechMarketView analyst team highlighting key trends in the UK software and IT services market. This will be followed by plenty of time for networking over drinks and a sumptuous three course dinner with your peers.

We’re expecting a similar audience to the previous three years with around 250 ‘movers and shakers’ from the UK tech scene, for what has been described by previous C-level attendees as “the best networking event in the industry”.

Tickets do sell quickly, so we’d advise you to book early to avoid disappointment! We’ve held the prices at the same level as last year – £395+VAT per person for TechMarketView research subscription clients and £495+VAT per person for everyone else. There are also a limited number of tables of ten available at £3,950+VAT.

To secure your place, please click here to book or email

If your organisation would also be interested in sponsoring the event please email Tola Sargeant for details of available sponsorship packages.

Guest speakerPamela Cook, MD, Infoshare

Pamela Cook JPPamela is Managing Director of Infoshare, a software and services company helping many public and private sector organisations to transform data into a valuable strategic asset.  Infoshare creates evidence-based single views of people, objects and locations – resolving conflicting or unknown data held in single or multiple databases.

Typical projects include: identifying vulnerable citizens; underpinning CRM applications; identifying internal and external fraud; establishing children needing support and intervention; and enabling effective multi-organisation data sharing.  Infoshare has recently been awarded its single biggest contract, beating some of the largest organisations in the IT world, in a comprehensive head to head evaluation.

Pamela also sat with the MCO on the Cabinet Office SME Panel from 2010-2015 and she has been a magistrate since 2006.


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