Event Type Conference
Join The Telegraph for their Diversity & Inclusion Conference, taking place on 05 March 2019 in London. Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith will open with key insights on racial inequality and
Join The Telegraph for their Diversity & Inclusion Conference, taking place on 05 March 2019 in London.
Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith will open with key insights on racial inequality and how businesses can prepare and improve the ethnicity pay gap. With other key discussions on the day covering:
- How lack of workplace accessibility is keeping companies from attracting new talent and business
- Tackling unconscious bias in the workplace
- The impact of social media magnifying the errors in company’s employee and social responsibility
- How ignorance of employee wellbeing can affect the bottom line
- Has AI technology learnt inherently discriminatory behaviour?
The full day event will ignite discussion on how business can benefit from having belonging in the workplace and allow attendees to hear from industry experts and businesses currently leading the way.
To view the full agenda click here
(Tuesday) 08:00 - 17:00
Hilton London Bankside Hotel
The University of Oxford and the National Trust are delighted to announce that booking is now live for the upcoming Women & Power: Redressing the Balance conference being
The University of Oxford and the National Trust are delighted to announce that booking is now live for the upcoming Women & Power: Redressing the Balance conference being held at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford on the 6-7 March, 2019.
The centenary anniversary in 2018 of the Representation of the People Act, which granted some women the right to vote in British parliamentary elections for the first time, saw a diverse range of activity as heritage, cultural and academic institutions initiated new projects and programmes to explore, celebrate and share women’s histories. Many of those who responded to the centenary not only explored the stories of 100 years ago but openly questioned the representation of women’s lives in the histories inherited by curators and researchers, and experienced in public life, today.
Women & Power: Redressing the Balance is a two-day conference bringing together researchers and heritage professionals to reflect on previous practice, explore the delivery of and response to events of 2018, and look forward to the future of representing women’s histories.
The conference will take place in Oxford on the 6 and 7 March 2019. This conference is supported by the National Trust, TORCH: The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, and TORCH’s Women in Humanities research programme through Oxford’s National Trust Partnership.
march 6 (Wednesday) - 7 (Thursday)
University of Oxford
St Hugh's College, St Margaret's Road
The most anticipated global FinTech event of the year is back! Now in its fifth year the annual Innovate Finance Global Summit (IFGS) is once
The most anticipated global FinTech event of the year is back!
Now in its fifth year the annual Innovate Finance Global Summit (IFGS) is once again taking over London and the historic Guildhall for two days – Monday 29 – Tuesday 30 April.
FinTech has changed how we look at financial services. It is shaping how the next generation will interact and think about finance. Catalysed by the financial crash 10 years ago, it has evolved into a powerful global movement driven by companies delivering ideas that harness the power of the digital age to create better, sustainable services for a more diverse community.
IFGS will convene the global FinTech community to the FinTech capital of the world: the UK. By showcasing the very best of industry and the global and cross-sector nature of financial innovation, it will be the definitive event for FinTech in 2019.
april 29 (Monday) - 30 (Tuesday)
The Guildhall London
WeAreTheCity is hosting its third full day leadership conference for working women on 24 May 2019. This full-day event offers practical upskilling and networking
WeAreTheCity is hosting its third full day leadership conference for working women on 24 May 2019.
This full-day event offers practical upskilling and networking opportunities for the female talent pipeline to progress and to position themselves for future leadership roles across a multitude of industries.
Over 300 females will gather at etc.venues, County Hall to hear from a range of renowned speakers and expert panelists. These include Melanie Eusebe, Business Strategist; Chair & Founder, Black British Business Awards; Andy Lopata, Business Networking Strategist; Esther Stanhope, Confidence Speaker & Personal Impact Expert; Tracey Groves, Founder & CEO, Intelligent Ethics; Jenny Garrett, Award-winning coach, speaker & trainer; and Kate Franklin CPCC, PCC, Director, White & Lime.
A full list of our amazing speakers can be found here.
During the conference, we will be covering key topics to enhance your skills such as resilience, communicating with power, networking skills, negotiation, creating career plans and much more. See here for full agenda.
The day will wrap up with our senior leaders Q&A panel, a summary of the day from Vanessa Vallely OBE, Managing Director, and a chance to browse our marketplace stands.
Date: Friday 24th May 2019
Timing: 08.15 – 17.00
Location: etc.venues County Hall, Riverside Building, Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London, SE1 7PB
A percentage of tickets to WeAreFutureLeaders will be gifted to women who are returning after a career break. To apply for a returners place, please email [email protected] for more information.
(Friday) 08:15 - 17:45
etc.venues County Hall