GovTech

GovTech is gaining momentum as it passes from an emergent state and is poised to go global. Its development has drawn comparisons to fintech, a sector which grew sixfold between 2011 and 2015. Both GovTech and fintech benefit from large citizen demand, a permissive policy environment and ready access to tech skills & financial capital. The concept of small businesses bringing innovative solutions to public services, that once proven can move to scale is exciting both political and market interest.

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GovTech Meetups

GovTech Meetups are for innovators in the public and private sectors looking to use new emerging technologies to improve and transform public services. They are an initiative between GDS Innovation and Digital Leaders and it will bring together over 200 innovators each month to discuss, share, network and look to collaborate around the opportunity offered by GovTech innovation.

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