CA Technologies
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Oliver Wyman

WeAreTechnology, the Technology arm of WeAreTheCity hosted its first full day conference for female technologists in London.  This conference was aimed at women in the tech sector who are looking to broaden their technology horizons, learn new skills and build their technology networks.

WeAreTheCity has had a six year history of running successful technology events such as the Women 6.0 series, Women Talk IT as well as a number of other events in partnership with Women in Technology, BCS Women, Stemettes, Apps for Good, Teen Tech and many more.
WeAreTechnology’s unique conference included the opportunity for delegates to learn about a broad range of technology topics as well as getting involved with Q&A’s, hands-on activities and interactive workshops. 
Attendees of the conference also benefited from hearing about the experiences of top industry experts and highly respected keynote speakers as well as networking with event partners and other like-minded guests.


Apps for Good
BCS Women
Computer Weekly
Cyber Security Challenge UK
tech mums
Tech UK
Women in Technology
Women of Wearables




  • “I am very excited about hosting the WeAreTech:Women conference in November. It is a great agenda which will really enhance the attendees knowledge on a number of key topics”

    Kate Russell
    BBC Click Presenter & Author
  • “We are delighted to be sponsoring the WeAreTech: Women conference in November. It’s a great opportunity, not only to share knowledge and innovation, but also to celebrate the incredible women working in technology today, their achievements, and their contribution to the industry as a whole.”

    Frances Duffy
    Vice President, HR, Capgemini
  • Barclays is extremely proud to support WeAreTech: Women. We are passionate about connecting Barclays technology with such organisations to enable our female colleagues to actively build their networks and learn new skills. As an advocate for diversity in the workplace, Barclays is a firm supporter of encouraging more women into careers in technology. We are looking forward to the WeAreTech: Women conference which will showcase a number of technology disciplines to strengthen the skills of attendees and we are proud to be hosting an event which aims to keep women in technology ahead of the curve.

    Nigel Walder, CIO Functions Technology &
    Tony Kerrison, Head of Infrastructure Services, Barclays
  • “Through our Create Tomorrow program, CA Technologies is committed to helping address the chronic skills gap in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths – and attract, engage and excite young women into careers in technology. The WeAreTechnology event provides an ideal platform to showcase some of the most exciting technology trends that will impact our lives in the future and provide great career opportunities.”

    Sarah Atkinson
    Vice President, Communications, & Executive Sponsor for Gender Diversity, CA Technologies, EMEA
  • “Encouraging more young women to pursue STEM careers is crucial in a time of technology advancement. Accenture is passionate about supporting women in technology to ensure they can reach their potential as they progress through the ranks, with the ultimate aim of helping to make the industry a more innovative and diverse place to work.”

    Emma McGuigan
    Managing Director, Accenture's UK and Ireland Technology Group