We’ve been talking to Alex Crass at OPUS Talent Solutions about ways to increase diversity in tech, exploring recruitment processes and our ideas on changing company cultures to be more self-aware and inclusive in their practices.
OPUS want to support us to bring our ideas to an even wider audience and are generously supporting an event to bring together leading members of the business community who are in a position to effect change, with members of the Women’s Tech Hub. Continue reading “Conversations with OPUS”
Last call for tomorrow’s Diversity in Tech event http://www.wthub.org/diversity2017/ which starts at 10am. The talks finish at 2.30 so we are inviting all meetup groups in to spread their word ~ no charge after 2.30 so pop along and say hi even if you haven’t been able to make it to the event. Continue reading “Talks and Tees ‘One size does not fit all!’”
This was posted on Geekwire a couple of days ago – an article by Madeline Vuong with the sort of title that gets us all reading: “6 secrets for success in the tech industry” based on talks from a Women Who Code conference in Seattle, USA. Have a read, it covers the sorts of conversations that we have been having here and why we set up Women’s Tech Hub in Bristol. Not least the statement:
“Diversity and inclusion is everyone’s issue to move forward and to help solve”
Continue reading “Pointers for Women in Tech from Women Who Code”