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Meet the bright UK-South Africa Tech Hub alumni who have taken the first steps to expanding into the UK market

UK South Africa Tech Hub – January 2020 programmeAt the UK-South Africa Tech Hub, we look to equip entrepreneurs with the right skills, mentoring and introductions to scale locally and globally – while sharing UK expertise and best practices to stimulate local digital economies​. We build high-end digital skills, and forge innovation partnerships between local tech sectors…

Go Global Webinar Series 2020

The UK government’s International Tech Hub Network is in search of early stage digital ‘tech for good’ start-ups impacted by COVID-19 to get involved in a virtual Go Global programme.In this unprecedented time of COVID-19 there has never been a more critical moment for the international community to work together and learn from one another…

Using Telemedicine in the fight against COVID-19

Dr Funmi Adewara

, April 28, 2020 — Digital

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered an unprecedented demand for digital health technology solutions and has brought to the fore many successful business solutions that are helping to tackle the spread of the disease in a race to flatten the curve and reduce its catastrophic impact on our lives. The United Nations has estimated that the…

TeXchange: presenting innovative digital solutions to combat healthcare challenges

International Tech Hub Team

, February 25, 2020 — Digital

TeXchange, the UK-Israel Tech Hub’s flagship programme co-delivered with the wider International Tech Hub Network, took place in the first week of February, bringing healthtech startups from Israel, Nigeria, India and South Africa to London. The programme supports scale-up tech ventures to expand into the UK market by exposing British businesses to the world’s brightest…

Celebrating a successful Africa-UK: Female Tech Founders programme

International Tech Hub Team

, January 30, 2020 — Digital

Last week, 20-22 January 2020, the International Tech Hub welcomed 15 enthusiastic and inspiring tech entrepreneurs from across Africa to the UK, to participate in the inaugural Africa-UK: Female Tech Founders programme. The programme Across three days, our Founders discovered the UK’s thriving tech ecosystem through a series of masterclasses, tailored networking opportunities and workshops.The programme…

Applications open for Go Global Africa 2020

DCMS International Tech Hubs team

DCMS International Tech Hubs team, January 20, 2020 — Digital

The International Tech Hub Network’s Go Global Africa returns in 2020, following the success of the inaugural network-wide programme last year. Some of the most innovative startups working in FinTech, AgriTech, HealthTech and Clean Energy from across Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa will be invited to join in-country masterclasses as well as a UK programme.Africa…

Finalists announced for the International Tech Hub Network’s Female Tech Founders and TeXchange programmes

DCMS International Tech Hubs team

DCMS International Tech Hubs team, January 13, 2020 — Digital

 The International Tech Hub Network has a busy 2020 ahead, delivering delegations and network-wide programmes, and launching Tech Hubs, all whilst continuing to support entrepreneurs around the world who are using technology to solve local development challenges.Finalists have been chosen for the first two network-wide programmes of the year, Africa-UK: Female Tech Founders taking place…

Reflections on Go Global India 2019

Gary Stewart

Gary Stewart, December 19, 2019 — Digital

Chief Executive & Co-Founder - The Nest

India is the futureAs I disembarked from my tuk tuk to attend the Go Global India pitching session in Bengaluru on 18 Nov, I had only one thought: India is the future. India is set to be the fastest growing G20 economy this year, and our two nations are top five investors in each other’s…

Go Global India 2019: A Start-up Journey

Anthony Catt

Anthony Catt, — Digital

Enterprise Academy

Opportunities in IndiaWidely recognised as a key emerging market, India has become a thriving hotbed for startups – with 1.4 billion people, even niche products have significant market potential. Businesses can gain great scale before even considering global markets, whilst still becoming well versed in international expansion due to the geographic size, diversity in markets…