We will be attending West Midland Tech Review on the 29th of March at The Great Hall, University of Birmingham.
The West Midlands is the place to be right now for tech and digital, we are officially the fastest-growing tech economy in the UK with the region set to add £2.7 billion to the economy by 2025 and create an extra 52,000 tech roles.
The event will see 500 tech leaders come together for networking over drinks and canapés, inspirational talks and new opportunities and will also launch the region’s Tech Review, a report which will highlight our key successes and look ahead to a future full of exciting opportunities.
To register for the West Midlands Tech Review and network with tech leaders in the West Midlands, visit the event link here.
Partner, Business & Technology Change
Simon Farrell delivers major business transformation, IT infrastructure and application development projects to high levels of customer satisfaction, in multiple fast-paced, deadline-driven environments. With over 15 years’ experience in Programme Management and over 20 years’ experience within the Retail, Financial Services and Utilities Industries. Simon has proven experience in writing business cases, controlling large scale budgets and forecasting time and resources, the development of project scope and the management of risk. Simon is highly successful at turning around underperforming and complex projects.
Partner, IT Strategy & Transformation
As an experienced FTSE 100 CIO with over 25+ years in Industry and Consulting. Darryn has a strong track record for helping organisations exploit technology to create value and support digital business transformation. He has delivered strategies, roadmaps, programmes and created and managed strong IT organisations across industries and sectors that include Automotive, Manufacturing, Construction, Facilities Management, Oil and Gas, Blue Chip Professional Services, Healthcare and Justice.
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