Bradford’s first TECH week is planned for the autumn of 2020 launched by Bradford Means Business, the T&A, LOCALiQ and tech experts EXA networks, TECH week aims to bring the idea of tech as a career to the minds of school and college students across the district and challenge them to think about how tech impacts on almost every business type, even those you don’t think of as requiring tech skills in this developing and diverse sector, from simple data inputting, through to development of the latest Artificial Intelligence and everything in between.
Working closely with the University of Bradford, Exa Networks, Openreach, BTL, Virtual College, Channel 4, IBM, Emerald and the Science Museum, to develop an interactive programme for students and give them a taste of life in the tech sector.
Kindly supported by Bradford Council, Gordons, PWC to name just a few, TECH week will launch in October 2020. You can follow development, the programme, the sponsorship and media coverage both on Bradford Means Business and the T&A website and in print in the T&A.
“We are delighted to be working closely with the tech giants in the district alongside the University and Council to develop this new programme, especially as a digital media company ourselves.”
Steve Lowe, Advertising Director at the T&A and LOCALiQ