Future Fifty Programme Partners


Why Future Fifty?

Future Fifty represents the most valuable technology businesses in the UK. This is exciting to us not only because they have the potential to do immense good through initiatives like Founders Pledge, but because they can define what good business looks like, and inspire younger business to take social action. These businesses are crucial to the movement Founders Pledge is building.

David Goldberg,

Co-Founder and CEO, Founders Pledge


Why Future Fifty?

Macfarlanes is hugely excited to be a partner of the Future Fifty programme. The companies in the Future Fifty cohort will face a whole host of new legal challenges as they continue to scale up. In conjunction with Tech City UK, and soon to be Tech Nation, our goal is to help the Future Fifty companies surmount these challenges and to provide guidance to them on a range of key issues as they grow.

Alex Edmondson, Partner & Richard Burrows, Partner, Macfarlanes


Why Future Fifty?

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati is privileged to continue in its role as US partner for the Future Fifty programme and is proud to collaborate with Tech City UK to support the UK tech ecosystem. The Future Fifty programme highlights that the UK is the place to be in Europe for innovative growth companies.

Daniel Glazer,

Partner and U.S Expansion Lead, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati



Why Future Fifty?

As an organisation we support Tech City UK’s vision of galvanising UK tech and encouraging collaboration to facilitate economic growth and are pleased to partner with them for this programme. We look forward to working with the latest
cohort of the Future 50 programme and seeing them flourish.

Juliet Rogan,

Head of High Growth & Entrepreneurs, Barclays