UKtech50 2017: Vote for the Most Influential Person in UK Tech
24 November deadline for Computer Weekly’s annual search for the 50 most influential people in UK tech.
Votes are open for Computer Weekly's eighth annual Most Influential Person in UK tech.
Computer Weekly's UKtech50 is the definitive list of the real movers and shakers in UK tech – the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving forward the UK’s digital economy.
This year’s nominations are clearly influenced by the UK’s looming departure from the European Union, featuring candidates in policy roles as well as those leading large IT projects influenced by Brexit. There are also several new faces in the top 50, highlighting changes in the private and public sectors over the past year. This year's list sees techUK President Jacqueline de Rojas and CEO Julian David nominated.
The winner will be annouced at an event in London on 6 December, click here to register. Voting closes at 17.00 on 24 November.
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