Women of Wearables

Women of Wearables (WoW)

Women of Wearables (WoW) is first global organisation aiming to inspire, support and connect women in wearable tech, fashion tech, smart textiles, IoT, health tech and VR/AR. 

With headquarters in London (UK) and more than 10,000 members located around the globe, WoW has become a global movement that supports its growing community through events, mentorship, educational programs and collaboration with its network of local ambassadors and partners. Our community is composed of startup founders, SMEs, industry experts, accelerators, incubators, STEM organisations, bloggers, journalists and investors.

Women of Wearables (WoW) is not just for professional women, but for anyone with an interest in wearable technology and providing women with a platform for growth.

We welcome trans women and men, non binary folks, and allies. More important than your gender identity (or lack thereof) is that you're a supportive and contributing member of our group.


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One HealthTech

One HealthTech is a volunteer-led grassroots community that supports and promotes women and other under-represented groups to be future leaders in health innovation.

We inspire, celebrate, enable and champion diversity in healthtech. The OHT community comes from many different sectors, countries and backgrounds, and includes health and care providers, startups, corporates, academics and charities, as well as individual chaos-creating innovators.

Having started as a small meet-up in London in late 2015, OHT has grown to now have hubs all over the UK, as well as internationally, in Ireland, Sweden and Australia. All hubs are led by local community-builders, passionate about healthtech in their region.

We inspire the community through showcasing, connecting, profiling and laughing. We bring together doers, thinkers and trailblazers to change the face of future healthcare. The community is free to join – we feel our resources and the opportunities we provide should be as accessible as possible.


That healthtech is vibrant, open and accessible.


To empower local grassroots communities to thrive by inspiring, celebrating, enabling and championing diversity in healthtech.


We believe innovation in heathtech should be accessible to everyone. We also believe in the power of human networks and communities to drive change, and that every voice should be heard so that technology can positively impact all.



witty careers

WITTY Careers

What is our mission?

To drive diversity in the United Kingdom's Technology industry by equipping the under-represented with the skills they need to succeed.

Who are we?

An organisation focused on equipping Black and Minority Ethnic women with the skills needed to start a career in the Technology industry. Our team is made up of women who have been in the industry for 5-10 years and are passionate about paying it forward.

Why do we exist?

We want to equip women with all the skills they need to secure Technology internships and jobs that can lead to full time roles in the industry. The technology industry can sometimes look like a “black box” and we want to demystify and share how to start a career in Tech.


Women in Tech Nottingham

Women in Tech Nottingham

Women in Tech, Nottingham (WiT Notts) aims to encourage more women into STEM and act as a gateway to other meetups and events.

Anyone can attend, regardless of the gender they identify with.

WiT Notts provides a comfortable and safe space where people in the field of technology can socialise, network and learn. Members can come to see talks, partake in workshops and activities and meet other people in our wonderful field. We encourage our members to present at our events, providing them with as much support as they need to do so.


Women in Data

Women in Data

The aim of Women in Data UK is to ensure diversity in Analytics by encouraging females to shine and progress in their careers.

We are convinced that gender parity would generate competitive advantage to UK businesses by mobilising a wealth of historically untapped talent. Women in Data UK provides a community setting in which delegates can network and share ideas.

The strong relationships formed at Women in Data UK events have created an increasingly powerful group from which female data practitioners gain support and advice.

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At mBolden (formerly Women in Wireless), we champion women leaders in the digital space.

Our mission is to help women raise their voice and visibility in the mobile, digital marketing and online industries. We achieve this through our Speakers Bureau, The MADWomen Podcast,  corporate partnerships, training programs, content and events.

One of mBolden’s greatest strengths is our chapter network. We have 10 chapters in cities across the US and worldwide, providing our members with a local community of women entrepreneurs and leaders, wherever they are. Each chapter runs its own program of events, including morning meet-ups, training programs and panel talks. These events are a great way for members to expand their networks and develop themselves professionally.

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Tech Manchester


Tech Manchester is a non-profit organisation funded by British hosting firm UKFast, which supports early-stage technology companies.

Tech Manchester has helped hundreds of tech-focussed businesses by providing a host of support initiatives, including intensive educational workshops, a structured mentoring programme, PR and communications support and a media centre at UKFast Campus. The organisation’s mission is to support Manchester’s vision of becoming the UK’s leading city region digital hub.


Manchester GirlGeeks

Manchester GirlGeeks

Manchester GirlGeeks

Manchester Girl Geeks is a not-for-profit group which organises networking events, talks and hands-on workshops for women and girls with an interest in science, technology and engineering and mathamatics (STEM).

The group initially started as part of the Girl Geeks Dinner’s movement, which currently has more that 60 groups in over 20 countries. These events provide a great opportunity for women working with STEM to get together in a relaxed environment, network and meet like-minded people.

The Manchester Girl Geeks also work with other groups and organisations in Manchester such as the MadLab, Arcspace, the Manchester science festival and the Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA).


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Rails Girls London

We are making technology more approachable for women.

Workshop participants can learn sketching, prototyping, basic programming and get introduced to the world of technology. Their aim is to give tools and a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas. We do this by providing a great experience on building things and by making technology more approachable. They have an amazing group of coaches and students who are always happy to answer questions and share their experiences on their Slack channel.


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Ada's List