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SME Connect

With over 600 SME members, techUK understands the issues that are most relevant to the UK SME tech sector. If you are an SME, you will find plenty of information here on how techUK can help you with a range of services, programmes and advice.

SME Events

Find and register for any techUK SME events and those with selected partners. For partner events you can see any discounts offered to members in the event listing.

SME Insights

Check out our latest SME news and views, industry insights, reports, podcasts and more here.

SME Opportunities

Latest opportunities for SMEs on funding, raising their profile, getting involved at techUK and more.

SME Guidance

All the latest guidance for SMEs including support for transitioning to Net Zero and information on the Modern Slavery Act.

Business Services

techUK provides a range of services to help protect and grow your business, including software escrow and software validation, legal and HR advice, and support in the recruitment of tech talent.

Support Directory

A directory of opportunities for funding, business development, innovation and other ways of growing your business.

Here are the five reasons you should join the SME programme.

Learn about the value members get from our work.



SME Growth Series

To best assist our members and the industry achieve their growth plans, techUK has created the 'SME Growth Series' to share knowledge from industry experts and help the tech SME community sell successfully.


HR Support

techUK membership includes support to manage the time and cost of dealing with HR issues and reduces risks to your company. Members can get free support from Business HR Solutions with a 30-minute call to the HR Advice Line and access to the HR Knowledge Base.

Find out more

Get in touch to learn more: 

Ed Bevan

Head of SME Engagement, techUK

Ed is Head of SME Engagement and is responsible for shaping techUK’s proposition to our SMEs across the country, ensuring our policy work, market access activity and services benefit the SME community.

Prior to working at techUK, Ed worked in the at the Department for International Trade, engaging with a variety of businesses, particularly SMEs, to understand the benefits of Free Trade Agreements and act as case studies in press and social media. Ed has also worked in policy and public affairs within the voluntary sector, namely the Alzheimer’s Society and the Men’s Health Forum.

Ed holds a MA in International Relations from Leiden University, and in his spare time enjoys spending time with his son, travelling, and visiting historical sites.

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