Our mission statement:
Our mission is to celebrate women at every stage of their technology journey. We're creating a network to enable women to share their experiences, advice, and raise awareness of challenges we are yet to overcome. It is too common for women to feel isolated within this industry, and we're building the foundations to provide women with a platform they can rely on.
Whether you're an apprentice, a manager, a woman, or a man - you have a part to play in helping us tackle the gender diversity deficit. Our goal is that one day soon, this campaign will no longer be necessary.
With more categories and more entries than ever, the 2019 event will be the biggest yet
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon has worked on STEM subjects with more than 40,000 young people, and is now trying to encourage more women to embrace entrepreneurship
We're trying to get on with our jobs, writes Holly Brockwell
If we had a penny for each of these, there'd be no gender pay gap, writes Holly Brockwell
Perhaps they should have waited a little longer to announce that, given the backlash, argues Holly Brockwell
The CTA has revised its rules for sextech at CES, and it's an all-round good decision, argues Holly Brockwell
Young white men are seen as the world's technical workforce - how can you attract different candidates?
And three things they don't, writes Holly Brockwell
A study has found that women are twice as likely to hold jobs that can be automated
Holly Brockwell argues for professional mentoring as a positive choice for women in technology roles
Holly Brockwell argues that events need to offer more choice to suit different tastes and lifestyle choices
Holly Brockwell continues her rundown of the ways technology events must change to be more inclusive
Inclusion isn't just about hiring amazing women. It's also about listening to them
More work means more rest, argues Holly Brockwell
Stand-up comedian, podcaster and author Viv Groskop on what she'll be sharing with delegates at the inaugural Women in Tech Festival
'They didn't take me seriously because I'm a woman' - A story of ignorance in a male-dominated industry
Marie Myers, CFO of RPA firm UiPath tells how she was ignored by sections of the industry because of her gender, and how she was paid less than a man while performing the same role
Men outnumber women in technology leadership roles, with only 16 per cent of roles being filled by women, according to recruitment firm Michael Page