Updated 07 October 20
The pandemic has forced us to adapt to a new way of living and as a result created unique problems within our society. As bleak as this may seem, for those who have entrepreneurship in their blood, it is an opportunity for innovation and disruption.
During lockdown, the tech industry saw the rise of entrepreneurship - the likes of the job retention scheme meant individuals who previously didn't have the time, now had the opportunity to act on that tech startup idea they'd been sitting on.
I caught up with Patricia Keating, the Director of Tech Manchester, to share our knowledge and insights from working with early-stage tech businesses and resources to help founders who have been building their startup since lockdown. 👇
Have you got an idea for a tech business? Get in touch.