Role models will bring more women to tech - here's how you can help

Tom Allen
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From left: Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Clare Gilmartin (Trainline), Chi Onwurah (Shadow Cabinet), Amali de Alwis (Code First: Girls) and Ana Avaliani (Royal Academy of Engineering)
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From left: Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Clare Gilmartin (Trainline), Chi Onwurah (Shadow Cabinet), Amali de Alwis (Code First: Girls) and Ana Avaliani (Royal Academy of Engineering)

Promoting women already in the tech space will give others the confidence to enter it

A lack of role models is holding women back from entering the technology industry - that was the main takeaway from a panel discussing the topic as part of London Tech Week on Monday. Encouragingly,...

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