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Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol exists to encourage local women in tech and find ways that they can develop their careers in tech. We aim to facilitate dialogue between local “women in tech” groups and industry, with practical support such as finding sponsorship and venues for the diverse events and avoiding calendar clashes. We want to help local companies create a more diverse and inclusive workplace culture that benefits everyone.

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Bristol Girl Geek Dinners:

We are a social and networking group for women who are interested in science, technology, engineering and other geeky things. We held our first event in 2010 and meet up about once a month for a talk with an inspiring female speaker and some good food and drink, usually provided by a sponsor.

Grrrl Games Bristol:

Grrrl Games is for women interested in the field of game development. We meet up every month in Bristol, for talks, practical sessions and group discussions on all areas of gaming.

Ladies that UX Bristol:

This is a friendly group for ladies in the South West of England who are interested in User Experience (UX). We are part of the international Ladies that UX movement.

Women Who Code Bristol:

Women Who Code is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers by creating a global, connected community of women in technology.

IT Girls Collaborative:

We are a network of founders, freelancers and industry professionals in the tech sector in the south west. We work independently on our own projects and for a wide range of businesses and organisations as contractors. We can collaborate to form teams, share knowledge and experience and get involved in events as organisers, advisors and speakers.

Women’s Engineering Society:

The Women’s Engineering Society is a charity and a professional network of women engineers, scientists and technologists offering inspiration, support and professional development. Working in partnership, we campaign to encourage women to participate and achieve as engineers, scientists and as leaders.

Women in Engineering Society at University of Bristol:

The Women in Engineering student society is open to everyone and designed to support female engineers, allow them to meet like minded individuals and get involved in engineering related events.