We are thrilled to share the exciting news that Uome has been chosen to be a part of the esteemed Tech Nation Libra 2.0 programme. This incredible opportunity fills us with immense joy and anticipation as we embark on this journey. Being selected for this prestigious programme validates our hard work and dedication, and we are eager to make the most of this invaluable opportunity to grow and thrive as a company.
What is Tech Nation Libra 2.0?
It is a priceless resource for early-stage companies from underrepresented minority groups, designed to uplift and empower founders of early-stage companies in the UK. This incredible initiative aims to address the underrepresentation of these minority groups in the tech sector by offering them the support they deserve.
What does this programme entail, you ask? Well, it’s a comprehensive package of assistance and guidance that includes:
- Access to a network of experienced mentors and advisors who are eager to provide valuable insights on business development, fundraising, and overcoming challenges.
- Engaging training sessions and workshops covering various essential topics like marketing, sales, and product development. It’s an opportunity for founders to enhance their skills and knowledge.
- Exciting chances to showcase their ideas and innovations to potential investors and partners at the prestigious Tech Nation events. This exposure can be a game-changer for these early-stage companies.
The Libra 2.0 programme consists of 35 inspiring startups from all corners of the UK. Founders are able to share their experiences, learn from one another, and forge relationships that will be invaluable in their entrepreneurial journeys.
Jason Halstead, our Founder said “Joining the Libra 2.0 programme is like unlocking a world of possibilities for Uome. We are beyond thrilled to be part of this incredible initiative that champions diversity and provides unwavering support to underrepresented founders. With Tech Nation by our side, we are ready to soar to new heights and make a lasting impact in the tech sector.”
Read more about the official announcement here