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Date: Monday October 10th  |  Time: 15:00 – 17:00  |  Location: Council House

How can we improve local public services using the power of the digital revolution?

Digital Transformation Experience Opportunity

With inflation, energy bills and the cost of living rising there is an even greater need to look at what the public services local government delivers, how it’s working and if it’s having the desired impact. Increasingly public services are reliant on digital technology to support frontline staff and the services the public see on a day to day basis.

How are councils tackling these challenges? What are their immediate priorities? And what solutions are the tech sector offering that can help the council and council taxpayer?

Join techUK for a discussion with a panel of speakers who are focused on the opportunities that embracing technology, data and innovation can have on local public services, from savings in delivery to better engaging residents in the work of the council.


Peter Bishop
Director of Digital and Customer Services

Heather Clark
Head of External Funding
and Digital Projects

Rebecca Price
Customer Success

Georgina Maratheftis
Associate Director |
Local Public Services


techUK is the trade association which brings together people, companies and organisations to realise the positive outcomes of what digital technology can achieve. We create a network for innovation and collaboration across business, government and stakeholders to provide a better future for people, society, the economy and the planet.

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Location, Location, Location

In the heart of Birmingham city centre, the Council House is a beautiful Grade II* listed building, boasting some of the city’s most talked about design. Since its opening, this venue has received and welcomed members of the Royal family, world leaders, media and film stars, people from the literary world and every type of business and organisation.