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As Belfast Met seeks interest from individuals who previously worked in the tech sector and would like to gain new skills for the industry, we are pleased to bring members the opportunity to collaborate on the development of the programme. 

We were pleased to collaborate on the delivery of the first ever 'Belfast x Tech' conference with Belfast Chamber.

The Software Alliance School’s Group is inviting teachers to attend a Lunch & Learn virtual series.

The Software Alliance has officially launched as the industry-led, representative voice of the £1.7 billion software industry in Northern Ireland.

Last month brought the publication of the much-anticipated report from the Independent Review of Invest NI. We as the Software Alliance welcome the publication of the report and many of its findings, in particular the acknowledgement of a lack of balance between FDI and local company support.

We are pleased to have launched a series of briefings as the Software Alliance, showcasing the sector to the Department for the Economy. As we work to drive strategy and policy development in Northern Ireland, this series is aimed at introducing the Department’s policy leads to a range of companies in the industry, informing them of the sector’s needs in relation to labour, skills, Research and ...

In our first year of operation, the Software Alliance activities focused on establishing a membership base, launching a meeting series with the Department for the Economy, meeting with government officials and preparing for our formal launch in 2023.