Microsoft, Intel and UK Trade Investment on Board with TechTank – A Global Professional Network for Tech Pros in Business

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  • October 1, 2015 5:18 PM BST
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TechTank brings together IT and technology professionals over video conference to discuss and benchmark their digital projects, improve profitability and share best practice.

Shoreditch, London, October 1 2015 –TechTank is a unique new professional video collaboration network which aims to break down competition barriers and enable open knowledge sharing between businesses. This unified, standardised approach to the latest technology trends has appointed an advisory board with experts from Microsoft, Intel, UK Trade and Investment, Orange Healthcare and VMWare among its members.

This new TechTank community for tech pros provides a free platform for them to discuss their challenges, business priorities and discover more about the disruptive technology in their vertical market – all from the comfort of their office, making it the most carbon neutral business networking imaginable.

Speaking of the initiative, Co-Founder Jonathan Floodgate said: “We’ve seen technology disrupt entire industries overnight – just look at Uber. TechTank will give our attendees genuine insights from their peers to ensure they are making informed choices about their next steps. We wanted to provide a platform to share knowledge and help businesses operate in a digital age – and this is open to everyone”

All content and themes covered in TechTank’s channels are directly requested by members of the free-to-join community, allowing them to discuss key topics and attend the talk with peers facing the same challenges. This ‘Open Knowledge’ approach gives every community member a say in the direction of discussions relevant to their own needs and responsibilities. The community is open to anybody in a tech role in any business, from CIO through to IT Manager and independent developers.

 

For more Information please contact Jack Williams, TechTank at jack@techtanktalks.com or call: +44(0)20 3740 1470

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