The team at Swindon-based innovative technology company Ntegra are hosting an Autumn Tech Discovery Summit in London showcasing some of the most promising tech start-ups in the UK.
Run by Ntegra’s co-founder Andy Jefferies, the private event is known globally as a go-to summit to get an early look at innovators in the world of tech. Delegates from global brands attend and this year will include tech executives and leaders from Nationwide, Smiths, Schuh and the Ministry of Defence.
The theme for this year’s event is ‘Digital Enablement/Digital (Hybrid) Workplace’ and all the start-ups chosen to present are relevant to the theme.
Andy Jefferies said, “The presentations and demonstrations across two days showcase the most promising early to market start-ups relating to this theme – which is ever more relevant post Covid-19.
“Our start-up founders and teams will be able to engage directly with senior leaders from major brands who are looking at ways to work smarter, more efficiently and with compassion over the coming months and years.”
Among the start-ups which will be taking part in the event are Matillion, D42, Stackblitz, Airspeed and Thetalake. Ntegra will also be introducing its own spin-off brand Ntegra CATALYST to create a tech hub where complex world problems are being tackled through tech solutions.
The discovery tech summit has been run by Ntegra for several years and is often held overseas. This is the first time it’s been held in the UK and will take place on Thursday 14th October and Friday 15th October at etc venues, Fenchurch Place, London. To find out more visit: www.ntegra.com/events/ukrt2021
Ntegra was first created in 2003 by then freelance IT consultants Andy Jefferies and Bill Hart. The company has gone on to work with brands including Vodafone, Waitrose, Northumbrian Water and WPP. The team are now more than 40 strong in Swindon itself with specialist IT associates worldwide.
Pictured above: Andy Jefferies, co-founder of Ntegra and organiser of the exclusive Autumn Tech Discovery Summit.