We delve into the reasons why it is crucial that men are included in the push for gender parity in the tech sector, featuring insights from Executive Agile Coach Paul Klipp, an attendee at last year's European Women in Technology.
The tech industry is booming, but demand for professionals is exceptionally high with talent shortages worldwide. A recent study from Cyberstates discovered that there were 627,000 tech jobs in the U.S. jobs market in the fourth quarter of 2016.
What is the Tech Talent Charter, and how does it aim to help improve diversity in the UK tech sector? The Tech Talent charter is an initiative formed by several organisations across tech, recruitment and social enterprise fields, providing companies a way of showing their...
Caroline O’Reilly speaks to us about her role in the technology sector and shares her thoughts on attending Women in Tech Dublin, where she delivered the keynote: Reprogramming Yourself for Success.
Here are 7 women tech entrepreneurs who you really should know about.
Women working in technology remain a modern-day minority, statistics find. We delve into the sector trends for female tech employees.
In November we welcomed nearly 3,000 attendees to the European Women in Technology 2018 conference in Amsterdam. Over two days, our attendees were presented with a range of inspiring talks and practical hands-on workshops, hosted by some of the most successful professionals...
At this year's European Women in Tech conference, we're thrilled to feature the amazing Rini Icent Gopinath, Information Security Expert at ABN AMRO. She will be delivering a talk titled 'Defeating Diabolical Adversaries with Advanced Cyber Security Tactics'. We sat down...
Robots can get a bad rap. In the tech sector, artificial intelligence drives some of the most promising technological developments we see today, from smart tech in our homes to the smartphone in your pocket.
Ahead of this year’s European Women in Tech conference in Amsterdam, running from 28th-29th November, we checked in with four of our inspirational speakers.
There’s only two weeks to go until European Women in Tech 2018! We’ve got over 100 speakers from some of the world’s leading technology companies, coming from across Europe and beyond to inspire our attendees with empowering talks, and practical hands-on workshops.
Linh Bergen-Peters, Chief Marketing Officer at Spotcap
Irish women in tech are the second-highest paid in the world at an average of £42,996 per annum, according to research carried out by technology job platform Honeypot.