22 & 23 NOVEMBER | ONLINE & ON-DEMAND
Empowering a diverse workforce to create the innovations of tomorrow.
With so many personal and intersectional movements in 2020, it’s vital that we keep the momentum going to achieve a diverse and inclusive industry . How can each of us be an ally and advocate for those who need us? How can we aid the LGBTQ+ community, highlight neurodiversity, and those from different backgrounds to our own? What do you need to feel included? Are we ready to challenge our own unconscious bias? If we see unfair behaviour, how can we be courageous enough to speak out and create a better technology industry for all?
Find your sense of belonging with the Women in Tech Festival , where you will be joined by like-minded individuals. Through keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and fringe events you’ll not only explore personal growth but also learn about technology innovations being led by women in the industry . Join us to help create an inclusive industry that enables your vision of success and provide you with the toolkit to make it happen.
Why you need to attend the Women in Tech Festival
We aim to champion diversity of every kind. Women in Tech Fest will keep pushing the conversation to keep the momentum going to achieve a fully diverse & inclusive industry.
Learn about the most exciting innovations in tech led by women & how the tech industry can keep pioneering!
Connect with like-minded tech colleagues, & chat with mentors from across the industry. We have ample networking spaces & opportunities across the 2 days!
Hear from role models from across the tech industry. Gain confidence & feel empowered from their inspirational stories. Alternatively, be a role model! Inspire others to learn from your experiences and show them how you’re an ally.
Women in Tech Fest Blogs
Want to contribute to a blog? We want to hear from you!
These blogs can be about tech, your personal journey, diversity, your company (good or bad experiences), your goals, your studies, your pledges for 2021. Please note you do not need to be a female to submit a blog.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.