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Tech4Good Exeter Launch
February 7 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pmFree
Drinks & networking
Welcome and Introductions with Sue Prince
Professor of Law at University of Exeter, Sue has a passion fo social tech, currently researching how we can use tech to provide access to justice in rural areas such as Devon and Cornwall.
Introducing Tech4Good South West with Annie Legge
Annie Legge is co-founder of Dot Project, a non-profit consultancy that helps charities and social impact organisations thrive in their use of technology and achieve digital resilience. Annie is also a passionate advocate and facilitator of tech for good, committed to purpose-led work, bringing communities together, and supporting individuals to impact change. Annie is co-founder of Tech for Good South West and Tech for Good Organisers Network, two initiatives that connect and inspire people who use technology for social good.
Introducing Tech South West with Dan Pritchard
Dan is founder of Tech South West, the tech cluster for the South West of England dedicated to supporting, connecting, showcasing and growing the tech sector in the South West. With the South West rapidly becoming a leader in environmental tech, Dan is keen advocate for tech for good and the opportunity for the South West to lead the way in showcasing depth and breadth of its commitment across all sectors to address their sustainability and social impact.
Tech4Good Exeter Launch
Brought to you by Tech4Good South West and Exeter University, join us for the exciting launch of Tech4Good Exeter at the Exeter Innovation Hub! This in-person event is a must-attend for anyone interested in the intersection of technology, social justice and social change. Whether you’re a tech enthusiast, a social entrepreneur, or simply curious about how technology can make a positive difference, this event is for you!
At Tech4Good Exeter Launch, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and be the catalyst of a new community in Exeter.
Our ambition is to bring together stakeholders across the tech and non-profit sectors, academia, local business, public sector, funders and investors to actively contribute to improving the welfare of our communities.
We want to convene an Exeter network focused on tech for good – to hear inspiring stories from local tech leaders, and learn about innovative projects that are using technology for good in our community.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to network, and be a founding member of a tech for good movement in Exeter.
Mark your calendars and join your hosts Sue Prince and Annie Legge at the Exeter Innovation Hub for an evening of inspiration, collaboration, and celebration.
See you there!