This week we were joined by Sam Gyimah a former Science and Innovation Minister for the British Government with a number of high profile roles held previously in the Ministry of Justice and Department of Education. With a background in finance and entrepreneurship, Sam is now exploring how new technologies and access to new forms [...]
In this article we will take a closer look at the eight TechForce19 companies with digital solutions to deliver remote social care to the elderly or vulnerable.
Keen to stay updated on how Covid-19 is impacting the GovTech space? We’ve gathered the best articles on how the UK’s tech industry is responding to the virus so you don’t have to.
In the second in our series of ‘Conversations with founders’, here we interview three GovTech founders about their experiences building a startup.
The rise of the smart city poses a new and difficult problem for governments: as more services move online, and the nature of those services becomes increasingly complex, they risk becoming inaccessible to large groups of the population. A diverse group of European startups are working to tackle this problem by developing solutions to make smart cities work for all inhabitants, regardless of their accessibility needs.
As part of our research for PUBLIC’s upcoming report on the background of GovTech founders we interviewed 8 startup founders to explore some of the challenges and successes encountered when building a GovTech startup.
Last week, for the twentieth year in a row, PR giant Edelman launched its Trust Barometer. The annual survey assesses global public trust in the four institutions that are pillars of modern life: Government, Business, the Media, and Non-Governmental Organisations (third sector, etc.).
We spoke to Nils Hoffmann, our new Head of GovStart Germany, to hear about his experience managing a government innovation lab and why he joined PUBLIC.