- 2020 Strategy
- Our values
- David Dunn, Chief Executive Officer
- Billy Webber, Business Support Manager
- John Hart, Communications Manager
- Gary Roe, Funding Manager
- Alec Berry, Software Specialist
- Jackie Irving, Community Engagement and Education Manager
- Emma Lawson, Project Administrator
- Coming Soon - The Coders Academy
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Sunderland Software City is inspiring and supporting the growth of the Software Industry in the North East of England, aiming to make the area the place to do business for the international software industry.
The private sector initiated, publicly backed organization brings together the best of the public, private and educational sectors to generate a sustainable software industry in the region and drive the development of world class software businesses.
This includes continuing to work closely with partners like the City of Sunderland and Sunderland University to ensure the regional software industry has the right facilities, the right business support, the right connections and the World Class workforce it needs to compete on a global stage, as well as initiating new approaches to integrating business and universities and acting as a catalyst for the growth of new and existing businesses.
The Sunderland Software City project is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund†(ERDF), managed by the Department for Communities and Local Government.
The ERDF programme is bringing over £300m into the North East to support innovation, enterprise and business support across the region.