So what’s needed to make the UK a leading digital nation? That’s the question that’s being discussed at a breakfast meeting at Portcullis House, across the street from the Palace of Westminster, on April 19. The event is being organised by the Public Affairs team at Brands2Life.

The organisers are keen to get ideas about how the UK can become a leading digital nation. And to help stimulate the discussion speakers include Matt Warman MP (Chair of the All-Party Group for Broadband and Digital Communications); Louise Haigh MP (Shadow Digital Minister); Debbie Wosskow (Chair of Sharing Economy UK); Antony Walker (Deputy CEO of techUK) and Eddie Copeland (Director of Innovation at NESTA).

We recently interviewed Matt Warman for this site.

If you would like to register for the event further details and registration can be found here.