Local authorities run the risk of letting down citizens that depend on them if they fail to respond to consumer appetites for digitisation of basic services. Earlier this year, citizen engagement startup (and GovStart 2018 participant) Novoville issued a survey, with the purpose of identifying citizens perceptions about the services their local government provides. Here we take a look at the results of the survey, and explore some of the key findings surrounding the digitalisation of local services.
Following the GovTech Summit, we spoke to Pitch Competition winner and CEO Ian Stevenson about GovTech startup Cyan Forensics, pitch advice and their plans to take on the world of online safety.
We spoke to Owain Rhys Hughes - founder and CEO of GovStart 2019 company Cinapsis about how their SmartReferrals technology is transforming the working lives of front line hospital staff.
With just one week to go until the day of the Summit, here are five ways to make the most of the networking opportunities on offer, and how to connect with some of the most interesting people in the GovTech realm.
Founders Katie Massie-Taylor and Sarah Hesz from Mush speak to us about their journey with Mush and how the GovStart 2019 program is helping them cement a valuable relationship with the NHS.
At last year's GovTech Summit, Niall Dennehy from AID:Tech pitched in front of investors, public servants and ministers and was crowned 2018 PitchGovTech winner. One year later, we spoke to Niall about his experience last year and the progress that his startup AID:Tech has made since.
Traditionally famous for its gaming startups, Reykjavik is slowly but surely becoming home to a number of exciting and innovative GovTech startups. Keep an eye out for these ten tech startups and join us at the GovTech Summit!
In light of our latest report, 'Future Technologies Review', here are a few of the best and brightest companies utilising geospatial technologies to shape multiple industries across the UK.