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Caroline Sherrington comments in Tech City News

Caroline Sherrington

What Trump’s appointment means for UK tech

Caroline Sherrington, of Ignition Law, said she hopes people will be galvanised in the opposite direction – striving for unity rather than division.

“Perhaps the current need for positive change that is anti-establishment (rather than establishment) could mean that now more than ever there is an opportunity for innovators and disruptors to try and use technology to help unite people and put an end to some of the divisions in society that are cropping up throughout the world,” she concluded.

Read the full article in Tech City News here.

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