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WeAreTechWomen
Rachel Taylor featured
22
Mar

Inspirational Woman: Rachel Taylor | Technology Partner, Deloitte

I’m a beekeeping, vegan, teetotal, computer-game playing, scuba-diving, book-reading film-lover and I’m a self-confessed hippy at heart too. I believe strongly in each of us taking personal responsibility in looking after our planet and those who live here. I’m a terrible singer but that doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm or my volume. I’ve got a weakness...
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woman going through a career change featured
22
Mar

Beyond the status quo | Sharon Baker

We recently heard that the FT1000 – Europe’s fastest growing companies 2019 –  ranked us the UK’s fastest growing social ad company, which, of course, had us all celebrating like mad! When we came back down to earth we agreed it was time to define how we can continue this amazing growth streak. We actually...
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Shwetal Shah
18
Mar

TechWomen50: What happened next for Shwetal Shah

Shwetal was named a UN Empower Women “Champion for Change” and is on the  Forbes 30 Under 30 by Forbes Asia 2018 list, she works as an international technology partnerships planner at Mediacom’s Blink and makes award winning documentaries in her spare time. How did you feel when it was announced that you’d won a...
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Stacy-Ann Sinclair
15
Mar

Inspirational Woman: Stacy-Ann Sinclair | Co-Founder & CTO, CodeREG

Stacy-Ann Sinclair is the Co-Founder and CTO of CodeREG, a regtech startup codifying financial regulation into machine executable rules. Stacy-Ann is a Computer Scientist who has spent the last 10 years building trading systems and globally scalable data platforms for UBS, Barclays Investment Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She is interested in building...
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Rising Star 2019 banner featured
15
Mar

One week to go – who will you nominate? | WeAreTheCity’s 2019 Rising Star Awards

Since 2015, WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star awards have highlighted the achievements of over 400 future leaders and role models across a variety of different industries and professions.  To celebrate the Rising Star Award’s fifth birthday, we are inviting you to nominate an amazing woman. The nominations process for all categories, our Rising Star Champions and Company...
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Nigel Frank survey featured
13
Mar

Calling all women in tech: Nigel Frank want to hear from you

Nigel Frank, the global leaders in Microsoft Azure recruitment, would like to invite female tech professionals to participate in their first ever Microsoft Azure Salary Survey. Nigel Frank are aiming to gather the opinions from as many respondents as possible about a number of factors including: What should Microsoft Azure professionals expect to earn? What’s...
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young-girl-working-on-a-computer-stem-featured
12
Mar

Getting young women excited about a career in tech

Article provided by Hilary Stephenson, managing director at user experience agency Sigma. When searching online for images related to ‘technology jobs’, you will be presented with a sea of men’s faces. Although a very traditional portrayal of the industry, it is – sadly – not totally false. A recent study found that women fill only...
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23 Code Street featured
08
Mar

Why it’s finally time to learn to code

When thinking about what new skill to learn or a career change, have you ever thought about coding? Every day we all visit websites and use different apps – these are all built by using code. Essentially, code is a set of rules and instructions that we give a computer which bridges the gap between...
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