The report also reveals the rise of "digital suburbs" and tech towns across the United Kingdom where the digital tech sector is growing in urban areas not usually associated with startups and tech businesses.
Despite dampening down the effect of Brexit on the UK tech industry, the report oddly highlights that tech companies must continue to draw talent from outside the UK, even as the UK government continues to argue about what kind of Brexit it wants and has been embroiled with the Windrush immigration scandal.
"Vodafone and Micro Focus have their United Kingdom headquarters in Newbury, for instance, resulting in a digital tech density that is around 15 times higher than the United Kingdom average".
As for Glasgow, Scotland's largest city saw digital tech business turnover total £1.1bn and turnover by employee amount to £104,000. These include places like Swindon, Livingston or Newbury.
It showed 72 per cent of United Kingdom digital tech workers are over 35, challenging the stereotype that jobs in the sector are usually taken by millennials.
Eileen Burbidge, Partner, Passion Capital & Chair of Tech Nation added: "From fintech to healthtech, self-driving cars and artificial intelligence, the UK's digital tech sector is having an impact on every aspect of our daily lives and economy". But London is the engine for United Kingdom digital tech industries. "Our world-leading tech firms are growing fast and creating the high-skilled, high-paying jobs of the future", commented Digital Secretary Matt Hancock.
"Tech Nation's survey of the industry shows that confidence and optimism is high, but it is important for us to keep supporting this sector and give British companies the best chance they can to grow and scale".
"This is a huge success story for the United Kingdom but we also want to make sure that the benefits of the digital tech boom are reaching every corner of the United Kingdom, so that we can build a Tech Nation that works for everyone", he added.
The report shows there is some progress being made in terms of diversity, but there is still some way to go.
But fewer than one in five people working in tech are female, compared to 49 per cent across other sectors.
On average, 72pc of United Kingdom digital tech workers are over the age of 35, challenging the stereotype that jobs in this sector are the preserve of millennials. But the United Kingdom capital was one of only two European cities that made it into the global top 10 in terms of digital tech ecosystems; the other was Berlin. On a more positive note, on average, 15% of those in digital tech jobs are of black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) backgrounds, compared with the 10% average across all United Kingdom jobs.
Still, some problems are broadly consistent across the nation.
Two years ago there was no sector more vocal in its opposition to Brexit than the UK's tech community.
In the rest of the country, access to talent was cited as the most common challenge - affecting 83% of the UK's regional tech clusters.
Still, despite some problems, the tech sector feels optimistic about the future.
Digital tech companies in London are "the most connected in Europe", second only to Silicon Valley for global connections.
Eight cities were also revealed to be showing above-average tech employment trends beyond locations such as East London and Manchester.
The full report can be found on this link. Over 70% of respondents think the number of digital tech businesses in their local area will rise over the next 12 months and over 90% think that the scale of digital tech businesses in their local area will either expand or stay the same. "We need to make the most of that, as our new relationship with the European Union will undoubtedly force us to be even more adaptive, innovative and ambitious", he concluded.