Thought Machine is delighted to announce that it has been selected to join the prestigious government-backed Tech Nation ‘Future Fifty’ programme.
Now in its eighth year, the programme has worked with companies which have seen a total of 9 IPOs and 30 mergers/acquisitions. Notable alumni to the programme include Deliveroo, Funding Circle and Skyscanner.
Joining the programme this year is one of Thought Machine’s clients, Atom Bank, along with other notable scaleup companies Babylon Health, gohenry and Soldo.
As part of the programme, Thought Machine executives will be invited to select peer-to-peer roundtables, workshops and have access to key government figures. We will also have access to a dedicated Tech Nation Visa team enabling us to foster exceptional talent from around the world.
“We’re delighted to be part of this prestigious programme that selects high-performing scaleups from across the country. Our participation in Future Fifty is a testament to the critical importance of core banking infrastructure - bringing agility, security and resilience to bank’s around the world. Our client Atom also joins us this year, who we started working with in 2019 to support the launch of their next generation of personal and business banking products.
“As one of Europe’s longest and most successful scaling programmes for late stage scale-ups with 163 companies collectively raising £6.1bn so far on Tech Nation’s Future Fifty, I’m thrilled to see such an impressive array of companies,” said Gerard Grech, chief executive at Tech Nation.