SME Campaign Week 2019
Invite: Participate in techUK’s SME Campaign Week.
techUK will be holding a Campaign Week series for its insights blogs for SME Week from 11 -15 March 2019 and we would be delighted to have you contribute to it.
The SME Campaign Week will work to raise awareness of the barriers SMEs face in accessing the public sector market, and the fundamental part they play in the transformation and delivery of public services. We would love to hear both from SMEs and also from Large Companies on the collaborative work you’ve done with SMEs.
Each day throughout the Campaign Week there will be a different topic with blog posts, tweets (#procuring4growth) and case studies surrounding each theme. This could be a thought leadership blog post (max 600 words), a case study or a video that demonstrates your view on this issue. We’d like to invite you to contribute on one of the topics outlined below. If you wish to contribute to a different topic then happy to explore further with you.
- What will future public services look like?
- Driving innovation through collaboration
- Use of innovative current and future technologies in public services delivery
- Data, security and resilience
- Developing the right skills to deliver digital transformation
If you would like to contribute, please email Simona Paliulyte by Friday 15 February. The deadline for content to be submitted is Wednesday 6 March. When you submit the blog please can you also include the name, job title of the author as well as a blog title (max 60 characters) and any social media handles you would like us to use. You can learn more by reading our contributor guidelines here.
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