SAP returns to London Tech Week 2019 as Lead Sponsor of the People and Skills Stream and Silver Sponsor of the LeadersIn Tech Summit

LONDON — SAP (UK) Limited today celebrates the kick-off of London Tech Week 2019, bringing together tech and talent in London’s world-class hub of innovation. SAP UK is supporting this year’s event as Lead Sponsor of its People & Skills Stream and as Silver Sponsor of the LeadersIn Tech Summit, taking place on 11 June at the Barbican.

In addition to its sponsorship, SAP executives will speak at several London Tech Week events, including Jens Amail, SAP Managing Director UK and Ireland, discussing how industries are dealing with disruption and digital transformation in the LeadersIn Tech Summit on 11 June; Tom Loeffert, HR Director EMEA at SAP Concur, speaking about the value of understanding the employee experience at the People and Skills Summit on 13 June; Stephen Jamieson, Head of Sustainable Business Innovation, SAP Northern Europe, and Mark Darbyshire, CTO, Data and Database Management at SAP, emphasising the need to create purposeful solutions to harness the power AI at the London Tech Week AI Summit on 13 June.

SAP has a strong presence in the UK & Ireland with 10 offices and more than 2,420 employees across the region. SAP is consistently listed as a top UK employer of choice and the business is committed to supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to help end poverty, protect the planet, fight diseases, and ensure prosperity for all by 2030.

“London is the jewel in the crown of one of the most dynamic tech-enabled nations in the world and London Tech Week showcases that on a global scale,” said Jens Amail, Managing Director UK and Ireland, SAP. “The pace of change in the UK, along with the rise of the Experience Economy, makes shared experiences like this vital to our continued progress. Together, we can celebrate and explore how tech has a positive impact in society and business; and showcase what’s best about this great City at the forefront of innovation.”

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