There is public and political pressure for the tech sector to be subject to greater scrutiny. This applies both to dynamic start-ups expanding their market share, and established players seeking to consolidate their position or respond to changing customer needs. Policy and regulation struggles to keep pace with innovation, while decision makers and opinion formers wrestle with the social and economic challenges innovation can provoke.

For tech businesses, anticipating these pressures sits alongside the need to continue innovating, communicating with customers and securing competitive advantage. This can include seeking operating permissions or agreeing partnerships with government, whether at the local, city or national levels. Equally as important is the need to demonstrate how growing businesses can act responsibly and work with the communities they serve.

Lexington has a long track record helping technology businesses meet their commercial objectives. We have helped set up multinational businesses into the UK market, supported ambitious start-ups, provided counsel to government contractors and some of the largest players in the media sector. To tackle the variety of challenges they face, we offer expert counsel and delivery of communications campaigns that make a measurable impact.

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