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There’s still time to book early bird tickets to November’s Tech Dinner


Tickets are still available for the Tech Dinner, where figures from the industry will come together to dine and network, as well as get a first look at the Top 50 Tech Companies.

The Dinner – hosted on November 14th – will be sponsored by HardSoft, specialists in IT leasing and finance solutions. The evening, hosted at Manchester Hall, will provide an unmissable chance to mix with your peers in tech and enjoy a meal and drinks.

What’s more, those who join us on the night will get their chance to see 2019’s Top 50 Tech Companies, our highly anticipated list of the region’s tech specialists based from local research specialists Mustard.


There will be a chance to meet more than 30 key industry stakeholders, as well as enjoy a drink on arrival, three-course meal, and half bottle of wine with dinner. Early bird tickets are available up to October 5th, and cost £75 + VAT, and standard tickets bought after this date are priced at £105 + VAT.

Andrew Morgan, Co-founder of HardSoft, said: “HardSoft are very excited to be involved in Prolific North’s Tech Dinner this November. With our 35 years’ experience and years of educating the market on ‘As a Servicer’, it’s an exciting time to see how the both the tech and culture of businesses are changing! 

“Working with customers such as Pirate Studios, Duco, Verteda, HiveHR, and OYO Hospitality, we understand the forever changing dynamics of a workplace and workforce and the need for speed, accuracy and security. Our solution, Devices for Teams, helps tech businesses who need to ensure their employees have the right devices for the right project and unites Tech and Finance teams with a pay monthly solution that allows you to Add, Change and Return devices as you need – only paying for what you use! We really look forward to meeting people at the Dinner and hearing all about their exciting story and future ahead!”

The Top 50, which this year is encompassing the Top 100 eCommerce Companies and the Tech 100, will be ranked on information including financial performance, including turnover and pre-tax profit. As with other Top 50s, it is compiled using data sourced from organisations themselves and confirmed with the financial reporting company fame BVD as well as Companies House.

There’s still time to provide supporting information to Mustard, who are conducting the research, if existing publicly available information is not fully up-to-date. Companies may do this by emailing before November 1st.

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