The power of the crowd & cloud: Tech start-ups set to drive UK economy

The power of the crowd & cloud: Tech start-ups set to drive UK economy

The UK tech sector has been triumphant in its recovery from the recent fiscal malaise. With technology on course for contributing more than ever to Britain’s economy, we are quickly becoming a nation of entrepreneurs.

 

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