Our friends, for the Deep Tech Month special Without preparation We currently have a deep dive into the deep tech talent we have in the Southwest, providing us with an overview of the region and the most in-demand skills.
One look at their Deep Tech Sector Talent and Skills Overview, especially for the Southwest, is based on ADLIB internal data and knowledge.
The Bristol region hosts more than 10,000 technology companies and an internationally renowned and mature technological ecosystem. Deep Tech Growth is being driven by emerging groups in AI, Robotics, Biotech, VR, Healthtech, Greentech, Drug Discovery, Advanced Manufacturing and Quantum Computing. These areas are spurring out of the city’s many incubators and university research projects in the technology, science and engineering fields.
The scale-up has access to a number of development capital sources in the Southwest, including angel groups and venture capital trusts. The history of pioneering developments in aerospace, cloud computing, engineering and technology has come together to make the Bristol area incredibly attractive to start-ups, investors and engineers who are taking their ideas from the start and creating new Are building products and businesses.
This combination of traditional engineering, technology, and scientific breakthrough, combined with a constant supply of new graduates and market graduates and the general community of Bristol feels, inclusivity, green credibility and culture to both live and start it Make a very attractive location. Deep Tech Business.
Deep Tech Talent Overview
Bristol’s talent market is still thriving today due to the concentration of high quality education establishments, which is a growing consumption of railcotters seeking a better quality of life and a better number of communities from technical engineering and science, and this The tech genius scene is no exception. With more and more remote work moving towards, the pool of talent is deepening and the region benefits from a huge contractor network. Local developers and training academies and initiatives that bring cross-trainers and juniors are gaining momentum to support demand.
Deep tech skills in demand
There is a greater demand for rounded technical staff with stronger client-facing, stakeholder management and leadership / mentoring skills than before.
Deep tech skills gap
Most Deep Tech firms require software engineers, these skills are very much present in Bristol, but are currently very much in demand. Front-end and DevOps skills in particular are in great demand and employers need to work very quickly with specialist agencies to secure the best talent.
Other areas of Deep Tech have similar skill gaps, and Bristol is a great place for these types of skills, just like any other geography, these skills are in high demand and given their specializations in fairly short supply. Areas that are highly competitive to find new employees include advanced machine learning and deep learning for computer vision and NLP specialists, computational biologists and data engineering experts within the Drug Discovery side of the market to take all of this advanced programming and In production to deploy it.
Deep tech firms have a great hook for these hard to find candidates, noting that they are on the bleeding edge of technology advancement, but they need to be able to compete with thousands of other tech firms , Which can then be more advanced, comes to flexible work, benefit packages, high-end offices and great cultures already established.
For more expertise on ADLIB, check them out Technical talent and skills forecast for 2021!