Six free Tech Nation courses open to help companies grow in various tech sectors

  • Six of Tech Nation's growth programmes for technology businesses are open for applications, to help companies scale and overcome potential challenges they may be facing. 

    The following programmes are designed for multiple facets of tech organisations, ranging from companies aspiring in AI, or led by underrepresented founders - to an ambitious fintech or insurtech, one battling climate change, rapidly scaling or a leading legend in the tech ecosystem.

    NET ZERO 2.0 - to help support climate-change UK tech scale-ups that are creating a more sustainable future accelerate the UK’s goal to drive down global emissions.

    FINTECH 4.0 - tailor-made for fintech & insurtech companies that are ready to scale. 

    APPLIED AI 3.0 - caters to companies with artificial intelligence at the core of their key product, no matter their sector.

    LIBRA 1.0 - this brand new programme from Tech Nation is designed to support underrepresented tech leaders, and is looking for its very first cohort. 

    UPSCALE 7.0 - growth programme for mid-stage companies in all sectors to accelerate their growth. 

    FUTURE FIFTY 10.0 - late-stage programme that addresses some of the unique challenges of larger tech companies.

    Murat Tunaboylu is the CEO of Cardiff-based biotech start-up, Antiverse. He is also an alumni of Tech Nation's Applied AI course and encouraged other founders and firms to join the new cohorts of courses. 

    "Tech Nation has been one of the most impactful programmes we have attended!" he said. "All Tech Nation staff, speakers, content, communications and venues were top class. It pushed us forward on many fronts."

    Find your programme and more Tech Nation info here.

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