The public sector tech conferences and events 2022 schedule is filling up. We’ve produced a downloadable guide, featuring the most well-attended and respected events on the calendar.
As the year continues to fly by, don’t miss out on all the wonderful events and conferences that are taking place in the second half of 2021. To help, here is an updated 2021 events guide, with a special focus on healthtech and medtech.
Congratulations to Lily Smit for promotion to Senior Account Manager. Lily also now plays a crucial role in our talent team, recruiting and nurturing our staff.
Using PR to impact UK public sector tech in 2021; ten sales, marketing and PR tips for global tech firms changing UK lives
I would like to introduce our newest recruit, Tom Harvey.
Eleanor Willock speaks to UK Director of OrCam [one of the world’s 38 healthtech unicorns] discussing 2020 and how being a unicorn affects sales and marketing
Mantis begins work with its latest policetech and medtech client, SFR Medical, a UK startup, which makes obtaining medical evidence quicker and easier for police forces.
Mantis has added Zivver, a specialist in public sector secure communications to its international client roster. Amsterdam-based Zivver will use Mantis to create content across the PESO mix, with a strong focus on Earned and Owned copy.
While the UK has decided to chart its own path forwards, it is still very much looking outwards and inviting in the solutions which will make a difference to people’s lives. The question is: how can international firms get in on the action?
Caitlin celebrates two years at Mantis PR
We love working with technology providers that change the world for the better and improve the day-to-day lives of millions of people. And, it doesn’t come much better than this new medtech client. Named one of TIME Magazine’s top 100 Best Invention
In our latest podcast our own Rebecca Paddick talks to Miranda Evans, Head of Research at Tussell and Georgina Maratheftis, Head of Local Public Services at techUK, to discuss how local authorities have been coping with coronavirus.