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Free tickets to #techUKPS2030 for start-ups
Twitter competition for UK based start-ups to attend our flagship public sector event.
techUK is holding a Twitter competition for start-ups to win one of ten tickets to our flagship public sector event, #techUKPS2030. The winners will gain free access to the event, which offers the opportunity to meet potential partners and customers and learn about the potential for tech to drive innovation in public services.
To apply, retweet this techUK Tweet before midnight on Wednesday 4 May: https://twitter.com/techUK/status/725971305577766912
There are ten free tickets available. One ticket per company.
The winners will be chosen at random by techUK CEO, Julian David on Thursday 5 May. Winners will be informed on the same day.
Per our membership structure, a start-up is defined as small UK owned technology companies with fewer than five staff, a turnover of less than £500k and trading for less than three years. The company must be a technology company providing products or services for profit. Consultants to the technology industry are not eligible for Tech Start-Up membership.
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