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WeAreTechWomen, the Technology arm of WeAreTheCity is hosting its second full day conference for female technologists in London.  This conference is 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 five 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.
WeAreTechWomen’s unique conference includes 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 will also benefit 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.
If you want to broaden your understanding of a range of topical and emerging technologies, then this is the conference for you.



Who should attend this event?

Those already in technology roles (with 3+ years experience)

Individuals whose stakeholders include technology teams

Those who wish to broaden their technology networks

Those who wish to broaden their knowledge of technology topics

  • We are proud to support WeAreTheCity and host the 2017 WeAreTechWomen conference on 30th November. Plexal is Europe’s innovation destination for technology entrepreneurs & corporations, designed to build business that improves lives.  We are committed to encouraging diversity within our community and also believe that more needs to be done to encourage and support women in to the technology sector. We are proud to support WeAreTechWomen and WeAreTheCity’s vision of ensuring that women in technology are able to learn about emerging trends in order to broaden their career horizons and progress into more senior roles.

    Claire Cockerton
    CEO & Founder of Plexal
  • I am really looking forward to hosting the WeAreTechWomen conference for the second year running. WeAreTechWomen are a pleasure to work with and always hit the spot in terms of their topics, speakers and panellists. I am looking forward to meeting all attendees and taking part in what will no doubt be an awesome event for female technologists.

    Kate Russell
    Kate Russell
    BBC Click Presenter & Author
  • Developing a strong network and maintaining a focus on continued learning is fundamental to a successful career in technology. Bloomberg is proud to support an event that provides opportunities for women technologists to broaden and deepen their skills, to strengthen their networks and to join in celebrating London’s female tech talent.

    Christine Flounders
    Head of Engineering London at Bloomberg
  • We’re huge fans of innovation, entrepreneurialism, and technology – it’s what keeps our business vibrant and our people interested and interesting. We want to support individuals of every gender to get more involved in each of these areas, which is why we are thrilled to be working with WeAreTechWomen for the second year running.

    Deborah O’Neill
    Partner at Oliver Wyman Labs
  • At Capgemini, we are passionate about inclusivity and committed to increasing the presence and progression of women in our company and the tech sector overall. We are thrilled to be sponsoring the We Are Tech Women conference for the second year running and relish the opportunity to contribute to the conversation on this vital topic.

    Frances Duffy
    Head of HR, UK and NW Europe, Capgemini
  • I am absolutely delighted to see our name listed as bronze sponsor for WeAreTechWomen. It is crucial that we play a key part in encouraging more girls and women into technology roles so that our future workplace can reap the benefits of diversity of thinking and to increase the diversity of the talent pool that we can pick from. I look forward to WeAreTechWomen helping us to achieve this.

    Richard Dingley
    Managing Director of UK Services Business at BAE Systems
  • Amazon are proud to support WeAreTheCity and the 2017 WeAreTechWomen conference being held on 30 November. We believe diversity is key in driving innovation, better understanding our customers, and raising the bar of the customer experience. As a company which employs thousands of highly skilled people in the UK who work on global customer innovations like Alexa, Prime Air, Prime Video, cloud computing and more; we see initiatives like the WeAreTechWomen conference as a great way to inspire the next generation of women and bring new talent into an exciting and fast-growing industry.

    Doug Gurr
    UK Country Manager, Amazon
  • Barclays is proud to support WeAreTech: Women. We’re passionate about connecting our female colleagues with organisations that help them build their networks and learn new skills. We actively encourage more women to enter careers in technology and look forward to participating in the conference in November.

    Ide Hughes
    Chief Information Officer, Wealth & Investments and Private Bank & Overseas Services Technology, Barclays
  • BP is proud to be the headline sponsor for the forthcoming WeAreTechWomen event. Encouraging more females to work in technology is something I’m extremely passionate about and continue to champion. It’s fundamental in facilitating technological diverse views; enriched ideas and innovation. I’m excited to be part of an event that is actively creating the opportunities for women to build their networks; broaden their skill set and maximise their full potential.

    Ayman Assaf
    CIO, BP IST Compliance, Regulatory, Risk and Finance
  • I’m delighted that Deloitte has been given the opportunity to be a part of this fabulous event and I’m proud to see my colleagues featuring on the speakers’ list. Since 2006, our WomenInTech network has been an integral part of our make-up and this event represents a fantastic platform to highlight, promote and celebrate current and future female technology leaders from across our respective industries.

    Stephen Mercer
    Head of Technology Consulting at Deloitte

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