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’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”
Our Women’s Tech Hub Midwinter Social was a great way to start 2017 ~ connecting people in tech with each other, sharing information about the potential peer support that we and other meetup groups provide, and, last but not least, giving tech companies a chance to share info about current recruitment. Continue reading “We threw a party and lots of you came”
KETL is a data management and integration consultancy with a great ethos that is working with WTH ~ Bristol to explore ways to improve the diversity of their workforce.
Helen Woodcock, KETL’s Marketing and Business development manager, has been a great supporter of the WTH during our start up period and Ian Cray their MD is also fully behind the initiatives we are putting in place. It’s great to have such positive support for our ideas.
When we first started scoping out the myriad of things that our Women’s Tech Hub could offer we realised we can’t do everything ourselves and it makes much more sense to find people and organisations that offer the range of services that women need.