Tech Women 50 Awards

Tech Women 50 awards

TechWomen50 Awards

WeAreTechWomen, together with WeAreTheCity, are delighted to announce the launch of their TechWomen50 Awards for emerging tech talent.

Awards open for nominations on 04 September

It is no secret that the technology industry lacks female representation at all levels. However, many Women in Technology awards choose to focus on inspirational women that have already achieved seniority, in roles such Director, CIO or CTO.

Whilst we feel it is extremely necessary to highlight successful and influential women, we also believe the pipeline of female technologists need a platform to shine too.

We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry.

Through the awards, we would also like to recognise a number of senior individuals who are championing up-and-coming women, as well as any organisations that have designed and implemented successful initiatives and programmes in order to attract, retain and develop the female tech talent.

Finally, we applaud the often-voluntary efforts of the women in tech networks that operate across the UK, and again would like to formerly recognise these within our awards.

The TechWomen50 awards are the first of their kind to focus solely on the female tech talent pipeline and recognise the impact of champions, companies and networks that are leading the way.

The awards are kindly supported by Bloomberg, Barclays, Capgemini, EY, Oliver Wyman, PwC, Santander and Verizon.

I am delighted to launch TechWomen50, which is a natural evolution of all the work we have been doing to support women in the tech industry over the past three years. Over the course of my career, I have seen some truly talented and inspirational women who have been recognised by a multitude of awards. However, there is not one awards’ series that focuses on the next generation of female talent as a whole, or those who support these individuals.

Our hope is that by recognising not just our top 50, but also those that champion women in tech, we can encourage more organisations to follow their lead.

Kayleigh Bateman
Kayleigh Bateman
Head of WeAreTechWomen

Types of awards

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TechWomen50

TechWomen Champions

TechWomen Company of the Year

TechWomen Network of the Year

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Nominations

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