TechSPARK is the information hub for all things tech in Bristol, Bath and the West of England region.
Our mission is to shine a light on tech innovation and celebrate the brilliant people that power the companies and products based in our part of the world. We aim to connect and inform all of those who work in tech in the region by providing news, profiles and resources like events calendars, jobs boards and a lot more.
These events aim to create opportunity, encourage diversity and spark new ventures. Coder meet Creative. Creative meet entrepeneur. Entrepreneur meet talented graduate. This is social networking (for real) with local digital people enjoying a drink, and talking about what they love. BathSPARK events are held in Bath and TechSPARK events in Bristol, but we hope to encourage collaboration between tech companies in both towns, so anyone is welcome.
If you have some content to submit to TechSPARK site, here are some useful links:
If you want to get involved in the website or want to help with the SPARK events, please get in touch, we are constantly looking for volunteers.
TechSPARK advisory board
TechSPARK also has an Advisory Board to assist the team in making key decisions and to provide an extra informal level of governance. The advisory board members are:
|Nick Sturge, Director of the innovation hub, Engine Shed, South West Regional Chairman for the IoD, and the Vice-Chair of High Tech Sector of the WoE Local enterprise Partnership.|
|Ben Trewhella, Managing Director of games company Opposable Games and Co-Founder of the gaming incubator Bristol Games Hub.|
|Rosie Bennett, Co-Founder of online self-storage directory Storenextdoor, Founder of ITgirls Collaborative and Entrepreneur in Residence at the business incubator the University of Bath Innovation Centre.|
|David Maher Roberts is Managing Director of Immediate Media's Cycling & Triathlon websites and magazines. David was CEO of Peter Gabriel's music and movie recommendation engine The Filter (2007-2012) and prior to that he was on the Board at Future Publishing (2001-2007) where he was responsible for the launch of TechRadar, GamesRadar and the company's e-commerce site My Favourite Magazines.|