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Speak Up: Bringing More Women’s Voices to Tech Conferences

New research conducted by Ensono, reveals the stigma that women face at technology conferences.  The report, “Speak Up: Bringing More Women’s Voices to Tech Conferences”, which interviewed 500 women in tech in the US and UK, uncovers women’s experiences and attitudes toward the representation of women in tech. It found, for example, that: One in...
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Tech Talent Charter: Benchmarking Report 2018

Today the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) launched its inaugural benchmarking report – the first report of its kind tracking gender diversity in technology roles across the UK. Gathered from over 200 signatories representing over half a million employees, the data gives a snapshot of today’s tech industry and an insight into practical ways companies can...
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Managing a work-life balance through technology

For many years I have juggled with the challenges of work and home life. Being a mother is my priority; however, this has never stopped me from pursuing my career and drive to succeed. I have now worked in the education sector for 13 years and I am lucky enough to be with an organisation...
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25/07/2018 – mBolden UK presents “Be Bold” – with Jude Ower MBE

  Date/Time: 25/07/2018 @ 17:45pm – 21:30pm Location: Baker McKenzie, 100 New Bridge Street, EC4V 6JA, London mBolden UK (formerly Women in Wireless UK) are thrilled to have secured a truly inspiring headline guest to kick off our newly launched brand mBolden. Jude Ower MBE is the founder of Playmob, the global gaming for good platform....
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WeAreTheCity talks to teenagers

WeAreTheCity regularly opens its doors to help youngsters gain work experience. To date, we have had six apprentices and provided over 12 weeks of work experience for young girls and boys in the Essex and London area. This week we hosted two fourteen year olds and set them the task of creating their own article,...
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20/06/2018 – Apps for Good Awards 2018

Join Apps for Good in celebrating the UK’s next generation of tech entrepreneurs Date/Time: 20/06/2018 @ 17:30 – 20:00 Location: Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London, E1 6LA At this year’s reinvigorated Apps for Good Awards student teams from schools across the United Kingdom will be showcasing their innovative apps and Internet of Things products...
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02/05/2018 – Inspiring Women to go up the Leadership ranks with Women in AV

Date/Time: 02/05/2018 @ 16:00 – 19:00 Location: Polycom Executive Experience Centre [London], 69 Old Broad Street, Floor 16, London, EC2M 1QS Join Women in AV on Wednesday 2 May to enjoy an evening designed to inspire you, plus as always a perfect opportunity to catch up with your industry colleagues, and of course meet new faces across AV and tech...
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Taking the trouble to encourage girls in science | Dr Julie Mills

I was inspired by a blog my colleague, Jane Horridge, wrote recently about the problems around encouraging women and girls to take up STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects. It made me think about the way women in those fields are so quickly forgotten as soon as a man comes along doing something similar....
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