Across the technology sector, we have the opportunity to make the world a better place. Our next steps are central to #BuildBackBetter campaigns all over the world.

The technology sector is strong and robust, offering more job and life opportunities than most could dream of. But, more than that, the sector is innovative and is fortunate to have the resources to invest in people, communities, social projects, and the environment.

We want to work with partners who share the Tech for Good vision and start making a real, measurable difference together:

Get in touch today to support initiatives and put forward your social impact projects:

  • Tech for All (Bridge the Digital Divide)
  • Sustainability (Recycle your old equipment)
  • Recruit Black Talent (UK Black Business Week)
  • Support Leaders of Tomorrow (Offer mentorships to the
    next generation of IT super stars)

Tech for All & Sustainability Initiative

We build bridges, not walls.

That’s one of our values, and we live it by working with Computer Aid and by providing training to young talent and kids as part of our Leaders of Tomorrow programme. We support Computer Aid, both financially and through the donation of devices. Recycling old devices is a far more sustainable and cost effective way of getting technology to people who otherwise could be left behind.

In a technology-driven society, we need to bridge the digital divide. Particularly for the tech rock stars of tomorrow.

What they do

Computer Aid use computers and other ICT equipment donated from individuals, companies and schools to improve lives by enhancing educational experiences.

Devices are data-wiped, refurbished and used to bridge the digital divide.

Computer Aid has brought access to technology to more than 14.5 million people. Click the button below to find out how you can support them.



Last year we launched a training and awards programme for young talent interested in AI.

As part of this programme we trained 50 school children in the basics of AI over a 6-week period. The best students had the opportunity to present their work to a panel of genuine influencers and pioneers from the cutting edge of the field, including Lord Clement-Jones, Katie King…

Lucy Davis, was announced as the winner at DTX: NOW 2020, our virtual event that attracted 3,000+ attendees.

As a result of that initiative, we also secured 4 hours of 121 invaluable mentoring with our panel. To support our Leaders of Tomorrow programme: get in touch

Panel: Lord Clement-Jones, Katie King, + other reps from technology companies.

Winner: Lucy Davis



Whilst we’re continually striving to get better, there is a lot to do. Only 19% of the UK Tech workforce are women and 4% are of ethnic minorities.

This needs to change!

At DTX, we believe in the power of a diverse workforce and in equal opportunity for all. And, we’re committed to making sure that diversity and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do. From the businesses, organisations and charities that we support, through to our speaker lineups.