An Evening with TechMarketView 2023

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  • An Evening with TechMarketView 2023
     September 21, 2023
     6:30 pm - 11:00 pm





TechMarketView’s flagship event, An Evening with TechMarketView, returns for its ninth year on 21 September 2023!

A highlight of the UK tech calendar, they’re expecting over 200 senior executives to join them at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London, for an evening that combines first-class networking with peers and prospects over drinks and dinner, with an opportunity to absorb insight on the latest tech trends directly from our analyst team and expert guest speakers.

This year, the evening will draw on TechMarketView’s ‘Pursuing Productivity’ research theme, exploring ways in which tech can be used to respond to the UK’s productivity crisis. Hear how leaders across the public and private sectors are already turning to technology to help their organisations get more out of the graft they put in. Understand which technology providers are being the most successful in supporting their customers on that mission. And look to the future with them, as they navigate how technologies, including AI, data analytics and automation, as well as those focused on the evolving world of customer and employee experience, are set to play a crucial role.

Taking a table or two at An Evening with TechMarketView is a fantastic way to entertain your key clients and prospects; bring your team together in person for some high-quality networking (including with each other!); or reward your rising talent with an enjoyable and informative evening.

If you’re unsure whether your organisation qualifies for the client price, please contact TechMarketView to double-check before booking:



Welcome by Managing Director, Tola Sargeant

Mastek – Sponsor Slot 

Chief Research Officer, Kate Hanaghan, and Research Director, Tania Wilson present  Why Pursuing Productivity theme was chosen, it’s importance using UK economic data, sector-specific issues, how IT investment impacts productivity, relevant of emerging tech to tacking the issue, funding trends into relevant tech sectors.

Panel Debate chaired by Chief Analyst, Georgina O’Toole, with Research Director, Marc Hardwick, and Principal Analyst, Simon Baxter, alongside ex-CEO of SLC and CEO of OneID, Paula Sussex, plus Ann Walker, Delivery Director Product & Technology, Migration & Borders Technology Portfolio (MBTP), DDaT, Home Office. Key question: How are/will advances in technology impact the ability of organisations to pursue productivity in both the public and private sectors? Can UK organisations compete with the productivity of other nations? Why? How?  

Fireside Chat between Research Director, Dale Peters & Principal Analyst, Craig Wentworth – Key question: How is technology being used to achieve sustainable productivity? How can TechMarketView’s Sustainability Index help organisations decide where to invest? 

Sum up by Managing Director, Tola Sargeant 


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Grayce was founded in 2012 with a belief in the value that emerging talent can bring to businesses. It aims to be the best fast-track developer of top graduate talent, enabling improved diversity of thought and delivery in digital transformation and change. Grayce works with organisations nationwide to help them build sustainable talent pipelines in change and transformation, data analysis and tech. They passionately believe their curious graduates are a key part of the answer to the digital change talent demand equation. They are also proud to have been recognised in the FT 1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies list and have been awarded for the Best Inclusion and Diversity Initiative at the UK Company Culture Awards 2022.


Launched in November 2021, the Surrey Institute for People-Centred AI is taking a new research approach that puts people at the heart of AI, augmenting human capabilities to deliver an inclusive and responsible force for good. The institute brings together the University of Surrey’s core AI-related expertise in vision, speech and signal processing, computer science, and mathematics, with its domain expertise across engineering and physical sciences, human and animal health, law and regulation, business, finance and the social sciences.



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