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Christmas Social, YTKO launches Multiply course and Skills Bootcamp & Female engineers deleting myth that tech is for men


Yes – we’ve heard the songs and seen the lights appearing everywhere so we know it’s that time of year again. We’ve decided that our final Workshop Wednesday of the year before breaking for the festivities (on the 14th) will include pizza (not particularly festive but easier than a roast!) and an early finish to go to the bar opposite (the portwall tavern). We’ve been a bit slow with Girlgeekdinners so we are inviting those members along too – feel free to just pop in and say hi: sign up via WTH here with girl geeks here and if you’re with codehub just pop over with us after the workshops – we will be finishing by 8.30.

YTKO launches Multiply course and Skills Bootcamp

Skills Bootcamp in Organisational Sustainability (18th Jan – 15th March)
Looking to improve your knowledge around sustainability, reduce your carbon emissions, or grow your client base by marketing your sustainable values? This funded 10 week Skills Bootcamp in Organisational Sustainability will help you with sustainable strategy, understanding carbon emissions, marketing a sustainable brand and much more. Find out more and enrol today.

Multiply (10th Jan – 7th Feb)
Do you want to improve your mathematical skills and feel more  confident when presenting data and creating reports?
This fully-funded 5 week course by YTKO is for anyone who wants to gain confidence when dealing with numbers in their current role or business. Find out more and enrol today

Both Multiply and Skills Bootcamp in Organisational Sustainability feature weekly in-person and online masterclasses with expert tutors to strengthen business skills in the topic areas, making them accessible and invaluable to anyone with a business or looking to work and develop professionally.

Interesting Piece from the BBC … and a core message!

Coding: Female engineers deleting myth that tech is for men

“I never thought I could do it but it’s honestly the best decision I’ve ever made,” said Zoe.

“Because I studied media, psychology and English at A-level I just didn’t think I’d end up here,” explained Zoe, who works for Veygo Insurance in Cardiff.

“I now help make the website function, adding features and sorting any problems that arise, and I really love it.”

Our Candidates

If you are interested in any of our candidates please get in touch with us at to discuss. If any of you are looking for jobs then feel free to send us your requirements and we can put you on our candidate list.

Currently, we have a senior data scientist currently looking for a new role as a head of data/head of analytics/data team lead or Chief Data Officer (CDO). She wants to help companies a) get the best possible value of their data, to enable them to make correct business decisions and be a data-driven organisation, b) innnovate through data and ML/AI, for product features and internal tools, and c) build and retain a talented and motivated data team.
Ideally, she’s looking to be in HealthTech, FemTech or Sustainability in a smaller business (SME), a scale-up or a start-up.

Job(s) of the Week

There are some top jobs from our clients wanting to make a difference and ensure that they reach out to recruit a more diverse workforce. Please check out all of the jobs on our jobs board and get in touch if you want to reach out to our members at

Our Events

We collaborate with various groups to run workshops and hack nights, upcoming events are below.

For details check out our WW page here.

CodeHub Logo

On alternate Tuesday evenings there is Code Hubs’ Hack Night by CodeHub Bristol • Bristol and Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol • Bristol currently this is online only, although there is talk of going back live so if you are a venue wanting to host please get in touch.

Girl Geek Dinners (Bristol and Bath)

Check out the coming events on our dedicated page – pop along and support the organisers as it takes work to run these things and it’s great to find a supportive network.


WeAreTechWomen “Level Up” Women in Tech Summit 6th of December

Over the past seven years, WeAreTechWomen’s Women in Tech conference and summit events have helped over 11,000 female technologists upskill and grow their networks.

We are now delighted to introduce our latest offering – the “Level Up” Women in Tech summit bringing together best practices for career progression. The summit will take place at the QEII Centre in Westminster, London on 06 December 2022 for over 400 in-person attendees, as well as through our live stream for thousands of participants.

Digital Insurance & CX Tech Forum 2022 6th of December

We are excited to announce that the Digital Insurance & CX Tech Forum is returning again this year as a physical event. With an advanced networking platform and state-of the-art venue in central London, the event offers access to insightful discussions and a chance to connect with the global InsurTech community.

Digital Pathology & AI Congress: Europe 7-8 December 2022

The 9th Digital Pathology & AI Congress: Europe

Hear 70+ presentations exploring the latest advances and applications of digital pathology. Learn how artificial intelligence and machine learning is being applied to primary diagnosis and clinical research. Discover how the image-based information environment is transforming the laboratory. Join an extended track featuring pharma and industry case studies.

One of four extended panel discussions examines how innovation and AI continue to drive advances in pathology. The popular roundtable discussions provide an intimate setting for you and KOLs to discuss a variety of themes such as successful digital implementation strategies, toxicological pathology, and digital imaging in pharma.

R35 Festival December 8th

MIT Technology Review welcomes you to the 2nd annual TR35 Festival, where you’ll hear first-hand from our global honorees about their innovation journey.

Haskell eXchange 2022 7th – 9th December

Connect with hundreds of like-minded Haskell enthusiasts as we explore what’s new and what’s next in Haskell. Join us in London, where you’ll meet fellow Haskellers face-to-face, discuss new technologies, and learn new skills through practical, coding-based sessions.
Or, if you can’t make it to London, join the conference remotely via our virtual conference platform where you’ll find the global Haskell community.

Back for a second great year, our popular Novice Track day will offer a bonus day of beginner-friendly talks exclusively for online attendees.

As a suggestion from one of our lovely members (Thanks Gabs #1!), we have also set up a “buymeacoffee” page for those wanting to give us a small thank-you. Check it out here.

Women’s Tech Hub products

The candidates page advertises the skillsets of the women we have looking for roles in the area (and some of our male allies).

Jobs Board for those wanting to advertise specifically to our members in the area – check it out here.