We might be slightly biased, but we think that Birmingham Tech Week is unmissable for those working within the tech industry, or even just people with an interest. A week spent with like-minded people in the UK’s second largest tech city is going to be nothing but beneficial for everyone attending, surely!

If you still need convincing, here are three ways in which visitors can benefit from Birmingham Tech Week:


Two people shaking hands while networking

One of the aims of the week is to promote collaboration between people and businesses within Birmingham’s thriving tech scene. While some of our events are dedicated to exchanging ideas and networking, every event allows attendees to get to know each other. Being at the same event means that you at least have something in common to use as a conversation starter.

The benefits of networking are undeniable. It allows you to gain a different perspective, access new ideas and develop new relationships. You never know, someone you speak to at one of the events might become your mentor, business partner or best friend.

Learn something new

Two colleagues sharing and discussing a new topic

Continuous learning is vital to keep up in such a fast-paced industry. Birmingham Tech Week is the perfect place to learn more about a topic you are interested in, or even something you aren’t! Whether you a tech world veteran or are new on the scene, there will be an event that will teach you something you didn’t know before.

From Fintech and AI to starting a tech business and customer engagement, the week will cover a huge range of topics and visitors can expect to walk away with lots of new knowledge.

Discover Brum

An image of the Bullring, Selfridges in Birmingham, UK

As the UK’s second city, Birmingham has so much to offer its visitors. The Bullring is one of the biggest shopping centres in the UK, boasting over 200 stores. Birmingham is an entertainment hotspot, with the NEC, Arena and Symphony Hall each holding various events throughout the year. It’s also well known for its nightlife, with Broad Street being a popular choice for its bars and clubs. As well as this, the city boasts a number of museums, including some pretty niche places, like The Pen Museum!

Birmingham Tech Week gives visitors the chance to explore the array of leisure and tourism attractions around the city and throughout the West Midlands.

Birmingham Tech Week aims to celebrate the growth, diversity and innovation that drives Birmingham, whilst promoting collaboration within the city’s tech scene. These trends, plus many more will be covered at talks and events throughout the week. Visit our website for more information.

Holly B

Holly B

Holly is contributing to Birmingham Tech Week's content for the second time. She enjoys running, reading and spending time with family and friends.