For our Workshop Wednesday on the 11th of March, we are pleased to announce that we have a great sponsor with SG Digital. They are currently recruiting in Bristol and are taking the opportunity to reach out and engage with the community, which we fully applaud. If you are interested in coming along outside of any of the workshops then feel free to sign up and respond with SG Digital on our meetup page here. Also, check out their job availabilities here and if you want to have a chat with them then pop along and speak at the meeting – we will post the Bristol Jobs on our Jobsboard also so you can check them out there too.Continue reading “SG Digital: sponsoring Workshop Wednesday”
ALD Automotive has proudly announced that it is the first business to partner with Bristol based Women’s Tech Hub and Women’s Tech Jobs.
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Some of the lovely people who work at Institute of Physics (IOP) have been popping in to Women’s Tech Hub recently, and have also been supporting Girl Geek Dinners meetups with space and pizza. Now they want to encourage more women to apply for a range of opportunities there, and we focus on a couple below. First of all, a bit about them: Continue reading “Opportunities with Institute of Physics”
We are delighted to introduce the Women’s Tech Hub community to Bugsnag, who are sponsoring Diversity In Tech 2017. Bugsnag started in San Francisco and now have an expanding team in Bath, UK. This is what they do:
Our WTHub Newsletter goes out first to our members and our mailing list as a relatively attractive pdf with pictures. This is the non-pretty version for all to read ~ if you want the pdf emailed to you then let us know firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put you on our list. Continue reading “WTHub News ~ March 2017”