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...
In November 2018 we welcomed nearly 3,000 attendees to the European Women in Technology conference in Amsterdam.
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.
New research has shown that up to a third of women working in or studying tech-related roles believe a lack of leadership from women in top positions is negatively affecting careers in tech.
11th October marks International Day of the Girl, an international observance day declared by the United Nations to celebrate opportunity for girls, and raise awareness of the importance of gender equality. The day was first celebrated in 2012 by Plan International, a group...
Google, and Microsoft have partnered with the Ad Council, in order to launch the ‘She can STEM’ campaign, aimed at getting more girls interested in science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and careers.
An analysis by software company Exasol has shown that the percentage of female students studying STEM-related subjects at A-level has increased from 6.5% to 11.8% in the last five years alone.
No dream is too crazy. That’s why we gave this year’s attendees at Women of Silicon Roundabout a career garden to pin up their goals for the next year.
We are so proud of the success of this year's Women of Silicon Roundabout. This year, over 4,000 attendees came to learn, share their experiences and supercharge their careers with us.
Meet Mindy Jhakra, Technology Manager at Hotels.com, part of Expedia Group, and a speaker at this years’ Women of Silicon Roundabout.
Ever since YouTube’s rise to popularity in 2005, vlogging has been one of the most popular forms of online content, and tech vloggers have been some of the top creators in the field. However, tech vlogging, much like the wider tech industry, has always struggled with a lack...
Clare Sudbery, lead consultant developer at Thoughtworks, joins us at this year's Women of Silicon Roundabout event. We asked her what attendees can expect to learn from her workshop at June's event, and why women are crucial to the growth of the tech industry.