WeAreTheCity launches their brand-new dedicated women in tech website, WeAreTechWomen.com

WeAreTechWomen with strapline

After many weeks of building and researching, we are proud to announce WeAreTheCity’s new Women in Tech website, WeAreTechWomen

WeAreTechWomen.com aims to provide visibility of resources for women working in technology who wish to progress their careers and achieve their true potential.

WeAreTechWomen provides:

Vanessa Vallely, Founder of WeAreTechWomen said “I have wanted to launch a website and platform for women in tech for number of years. The launch of WeAreTechWomen.com is a natural evolution for WeAreTheCity given our passion to progress women in industry, and the success of our WeAreTechWomen conference and TechWomen100 awards.”

“My vision was to provide a one stop shop of available resources for women working in tech who want to progress their careers. I wanted our platform to link in to lots of different organisations, not for profits and individuals who were all doing amazing things to progress the careers of women in tech. No platform existed that provided visibility of all women in tech resources in one single place, so we created it! I hope that our new website and platform hits the spot and eliminates hours of googling for female technologist who are seeking both inspiration and sign posting to organisations who can help them grow their careers. I am very excited to watch the site grow and look forward to engaging with future partners and our growing WeAreTechWomen community.”

The site contains over 50 links to other organisations, all of which are doing phenomenal things to help women in tech thrive. It is an exciting time to be a female technologist as so many organisations are focused on achieving gender parity within the industry. We are very honoured to be able to feature all of these initiatives on one platform and would like to sincerely thank all of our partners and contributors for helping us to make the WeAreTechWomen platform a reality.

If there are other resources you would like to see featured on WeAreTechWomen, please let us know here. This is your site, and we want it to add value! We are also big believers in collaboration, if you are running a network or an event that is currently not on the site, please let us know. We are also open to partnering on events, publishing your tech blogs and helping you with your own women in tech initiatives – Drop us a line, we’d be happy to support you.

If you would like to be kept informed of new content, opportunities, networks and events being promoted on WeAreTechWomen, you can sign up to be a member of WeAreTechWomen here.

Help us spread the word!

If you like what we have built and believe that WeAreTechWomen may help another woman in tech, please feel free to share via your networks, communities and social media channels. We’d love to hear your thoughts, please drop us a tweet @watc_WeAreTech #WeAreTechWomen– we are very grateful your support.

For all WeAreTechWomen enquiries, please contact us on [email protected] or via contact on the website.

OUR 2019 TECH CONFERENCE IS NOW LIVE! HAVE YOU BOOKED YOUR EARLY BIRD TICKETS?

Tech Women Conference

Check out the website and amazing line up of sponsors and speakers here.

Alison Simpson
About the author

Alison is the Digital Content Editor for WeAreTheCity. She has a BA Honours degree in Journalism and History from the University of Portsmouth. She has previously worked in the marketing sector and in a copywriting role. Alison’s other passions and hobbies include writing, blogging and travelling.

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