We often hear the barriers which deter women and girls from engaging in science, technology, engineering and maths are unconscious bias and a lack of diversity at board level. To celebrate the launch of Women Tech Founders, we are interviewing the female leaders involved with SETsquared Bristol to explore their career paths and views on issues faced by women in technology. Each of their stories is individual, some have a technical background, others are using technology to enable their business idea.
Dr Zara Nanu, co-founder of Gapsquare, shares her story: Continue reading “Women In Tech Interview: Zara Nanu”
Last week we had our first Free3Friday awayday – an exciting trip up to futurespace at UWE’s Frenchay campus to visit two fabtastic local companies – Open Bionics & Reach Robotics. If you don’t already know about these talented people then you really should look them up. They are definitely an integral part of the local SW tech landscape and are currently rapidly expanding – which means they are recruiting. Continue reading “F3F Awayday to Reach Robotics & Open Bionics”
Here’s an opportunity for anyone interested in working in AI. Adarga is based in Bristol and London, and is developing pioneering software with powerful predictive analytics to enable their customers to understand and use data more effectively. Adarga works with government and financial services and, luckily for us, their technical team is based here in Bristol. Continue reading “Jobs: Adarga (Bristol)”