TechExeter can’t exist without the kind help of it’s partners and sponsors – their assitance means we can keep running free meetups and events and they allow us to support the wider tech community of the region.

We are proud to have the following sponsor partnerships:

Stephens Scown is a leading law firm with one of the largest teams outside London advising on  IP, IT and Data protection legal matters.  Independently ranked as leading practitioners in this area, the team advise businesses all over the world on identifying, protecting and exploiting their IP, with a focus on IT projects.

With a knowledge of technology and the industry the team can work with you proactively to add value to your business.

Stephens Scown are headquartered in Exeter and are passionate about supporting the South West tech scene.

Grey Matter was founded by a group of developers in 1983 who wanted to make a difference to the industry. No jargon, no fuss, just improving the life of their customers needing help with their IT and licensing.

Today, GreyMatter provide a wide range of cloud-based solutions, services and development tools as well as licensing advice to help businesses scale, increase profits and decrease costs. Whether you’re a startup, scale-up, or established business, GreyMatter can help you grow.

Follow @GreyMatter on twitter.

THAT FIGURES is a pioneer using data to increase healthcare efficiency.
With non-invasive technology and sophisticated algorithms, THAT FIGURES works with healthcare facilities across the world to identify opportunities for growth and provide tools for change. These tools increase capacity, reduce waiting times and improve staff and patient experience by up to 45%.


SET squared is a member of an inspiring enterprise partnership between five leading research-led UK universities: Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey. 

We run a number of initiatives and programmes to help students explore entrepreneurial ideas, help researchers work more innovatively and enable external businesses to utilise the resources and expertise available at the University of Exeter.

In 2017 Exeter City Council has pledged it’s support behind us, allowing us to spend more time working with and on behalf of the tech community.

“Exeter City Council is supporting and working with Tech Exeter on raising the profile of the digital & tech community in the city and improving skills within this sector”

Councillor Rachel Sutton, Lead Councillor for Economy at Exeter City Council.


The following amazing people have donated money to TechExeter:

… and a big shout out to all of our volunteers and helpers!