Julian David – Innovating Up: How Tech can rebalance the economy | Episode 14 – Digital Society Podcast
Julian David, CEO of the UK’s technology trade association techUK, talks with Kulveer Ranger about how technology can help spread economic growth more evenly across the UK, growing previously struggling parts of the country by supporting digital skills, they also discuss the recent publication of techUK’s Local Digital Capital Index, a guide that describes the impact and value technology can bring to a region.
Julian David is the CEO of technology trade association techUK. He has spent over 30 years in the technology industry mostly working for IBM in various senior roles, later focusing on helping SMEs establish successful operations in the UK.
Julian leads techUK’s 60-strong team in representing more than 800 member companies, including multinationals and more than 500 SMEs to ensure that the digital tech industry is at the heart of a modern society and economy in Britain.
This podcast was recorded in December 2022
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Host - Kulveer Ranger
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The Digital Society Podcast, hosted by Kulveer Ranger, SVP Strategy & Communications at Atos, brings together journalists, politicos and key policy influencers to discuss how technology will shape our lives going forward and how decision makers can work to ensure it benefits all citizens by helping us achieve things once thought unimaginable.