Let’s take a peek at Intersectionality

The Bristol Women in business charter

The Bristol women in business charter have just released their great new website and have an event coming up that anyone interested in understanding more about intersectionality and how to best support everyone in the industry.

Looking at EDI through an intersectional lens

We all deserve to have our voices heard; our faces and experiences reflected in the culture and media and our unique needs addressed through relevant policies. However, when we fail to incorporate intersectionality into our everyday practices and policies we leave parts of our communities behind.

Intersectionality describes how different elements of a person’s identity can be discriminated against, with negative outcomes. If you know of anyone working in D & I and with experience of intersectionality then they welcome any speakers to join them.

Data Science MSc Event

Saturday October 16, 2021 is our Data Science MSc Open Day. There’ll be a limited number for the live event but we will run it as a hybrid event for those unable to make it. We’re still finalising a place and speakers but anyone interested in being involved feel free to contact us on info@wthub.org, we’d really love to have some speakers talking about how great data science is when its used for good in industry.

Free Stuff Friday

From Sarah and Amy

As we already advertise the learning academys and bootcamps on our training page we’re just going to share the projects that you can get involved with as part of National Coding Week.

Python Projects
Have you learned some Python and want inspiration on what to do next? There’s beginners through to advanced ideas here.

Explore great Github repos
Loads of helpful, free stuff to expand your knowledge.

Use SQL seriously
This isn’t so much about testing your SQL skills as a more serious application, a step up from many beginners courses. Content warning – this data set looks at vicitms of the death penalty in Texas.

Build a game
Like playing games? Want to create one? Here’s a way to improve your coding skills while creating something fun.

Our Candidates

If you are interested in any of our candidates please contact us at info@wthub.org 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’s list. For companies looking please check out our current candidates here

Jobs 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 take a look and contact them if you are interested as often companies are open to discussing other openings with potential candidates also. Check out all of the jobs on our jobs board and get in touch if you want to reach out to our members at info@wthub.org.

Our Events

We’ve changed the format of Workshop Wednesdays more towards skills presentations and drop-ins to get support for projects, networking and chats for some of the newer members interested in getting into the industry. It’s now written up so check out the Workshop Wednesday page for details here for this weeks details (hint its on OOP).


Looks like its Tech and digital festival season – lots to look for in the coming weeks

London Tech Week 20th – 24th of September

At London Tech Week, we’re on a mission to build a better more inclusive digital world.

Our through-year content programme culminates in a week-long festival in September, gathering the world’s most inspirational founders, global leaders, senior investors and rising stars to collaborate and discuss the vital role of technology on society.

LEEDS DIGITAL FESTIVAL 20th Sept – 1st Oct 2021

The Leeds Digital Festival is an open, collaborative festival celebrating digital culture in all its forms over a two-week period each spring. Whether you’re interested in Fintech, coding, social media, AI, Healthtech, data, start-ups, digital music, cyber security or AR/VR, we’ve got something for you.

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

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.

Engage with our members, advertise your companies, and share any jobs then you can support us by sponsoring the Workshop Wednesdays – details here.