Inspiring Women in Technology

A series of virtual discussions with leaders, key players and “up and coming” specialists in the tech scene on how women can break into the industry, overcome challenges and forge a meaningful and successful career in tech.

We interview inspiring and successful women from across the technology sector about the challenges and experiences they have faced.

At each event you can:

  • hear from inspiring women in technology about their experiences, including the challenges and opportunities they have faced in their careers
  • take away practical tips to inspire you in your career in tech
  • network and discuss relevant issues with others working in the tech sector (albeit virtually).

The events are not exclusive to women and everyone is welcome. Please see recordings of previous events below.

We also run face to face events across the regions.

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The latest in our Inspiring women in Technology webinar series. Sophie Burton-Jones talks to Dr Kristen Weatherby, founder of Breakthrough Labs.
The next in our Inspiring women in technology event series explores what imposter syndrome is, how it can and has affected women in the tech sector and runs through helpful tips on how to overcome imposter syndrome.
Whilst businesses strive to create an inclusive, supportive and challenging environment where women can thrive in tech roles, there are still huge challenges for the technology sector in encouraging women into roles and retaining them. We look to those inspiring women who are succeeding and becoming trailblazers in the sector, as well as the men who are supporting inclusive environments to level up.
In this Inspiring Women in Tech webinar, recorded on 9 February 2022, we look at some of the fundamentals of building a brand, and protecting that brand. This is a start-to-finish conversation about business branding, whether you are running a business or thinking of starting one.
Recorded on 7 October, the panel included Winna Bridgewater (senior engineering manager at Cazoo) and Carolyn Keenan (project manager at BSEEN), along with Fay Lyttle and Kirsty McCollum (Mills & Reeve) and Victoria Masso (Scale & Connect).

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