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Our latest features cover everything related to STEM, current affairs, inspirational women in technology and reviews. Get all of the latest tech news for women in technology, STEM and IT. With coverage from events, interviews with leading women in technology, current affairs, the latest features and what is impacting the progress of women in IT.

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You can also download our STEM, industry white paper, reports and commentary here. was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events.  The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working women in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.

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Girl power in the digital age

By Rachel Mepham, Head of Digital at Digital Clarity I am not a feminist. I am an average female who works hard, worries about what I look like, what to wear, what I say and how I come across. I also happen to be Head of Digital at boutique agency, Digital Clarity. That isn’t an...
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Inspirational Woman: Amanda Gutterman | CMO, ConsenSys & co-creator, Ethereal

Amanda Gutterman is Chief Marketing Officer at ConsenSys, the largest and fastest growing blockchain company focused on building the Ethereum ecosystem. Amanda is also a creator of Ethereal, a technology event series including a Summit that has been dubbed the “SXSW of blockchain”. In 2016, Forbes Magazine listed Amanda on its 30 Under 30 in...
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Inspirational Woman: Megan Neale | Co-Founder, Limitless

Megan Neale is widely regarded as a thought leader in digital innovation for customer care. Her passion for “customer & client first” combined with her constant drive for innovation led her to co-found Limitless Technology in 2016. Megan’s vision is to help every company deliver outstanding personalised service, at a lower cost and – by...
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Inspirational Woman: Kerrine Bryan | Award-winning engineer & founder of Butterfly Books

Kerrine Bryan – an award winning black female engineer and founder of Butterfly Books. Kerrine has gone on to smash many glass ceilings to become respected in her field. She was shortlisted in Management Today’s 35 Women Under 35 for notable women in business and, in 2015, she won the Precious Award for outstanding woman...
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Eight forgotten women in history who broke the barriers of STEM

Women have had a long and illustrious history in science, technology, engineering and mathematical fields. From the invention of Kevlar to the blueprint for the inaugural computer programme, female pioneers have been behind some of the greatest STEM discoveries. Currys PC World and Microsoft Surface‘s campaign looks at eight superheroines who fought for their work,...
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Inspirational Woman: Tamara Lohan MBE | Founder & Chief Technology Officer, Mr & Mrs Smith

Tamara Lohan is an entrepreneur and technology strategist with a background in marketing. In 2003 she co-founded Mr & Mrs Smith with her husband James. She has been instrumental in transforming Smith from a traditional offline publishing brand into the dynamic digital business it is today and sits on the boards of several high-profile eCommerce...
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Girl power: why digital literacy should be on your radar

In an increasingly technology-driven world, it is essential that business owners understand exactly how to harness digital marketing to achieve their full potential. But the rules are plentiful and the lines blurred, with no straightforward set of guidelines to follow. Each sector, campaign and target audience require a different approach. For many women venturing into...
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Nominations are now closed for WeAreTechWomen’s 2018 TechWomen100 Awards

Nominations are now closed for WeAreTechWomen’s 2018 TechWomen100 Awards. A shortlist of 200 women will now be chosen by an esteemed panel of judges and will be published in November. The shortlist will then be open to a public vote. Judging for the final 100 winners will take place with independent judges across November. The...
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