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International Women's Day: Win a ticket to WeAreTechWomen's One Tech World conference

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To celebrate International Women’s Day, WeAreTechWomen have five tickets to give away to our  virtual women in tech conference, One Tech World, on 01 April.

Join us for keynotes, panels, fireside chats, networking opportunities and much more. Supported by 18 corporate sponsors, with over 120 sessions and 160+ speakers across 6 stages – plus watch it on-demand for 30 days!

Hear from some of the greatest names in tech

We are blessed to be given time from some of the world’s finest speakers who will be joining us to share their wisdom and knowledge. Below, some of our amazing speakers tell us what to expect from their sessions and why you should join us on 01 April 2022.

DISCOVER ALL OUR SPEAKERS

Our conference will provide ample opportunities to learn about emerging technologies and what is innovating and disrupting the industry.

We will deliver innovative sessions on over a variety of different areas of tech, with a side order of career development, fireside chats and ample networking opportunities, both on the day and through our global virtual networking world.

The stages will be divided into four tracks – Innovation, Emerging Technology, You and Your Career, and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. We also have an ‘In the Lounge, Career Conversations’ stage and a ‘follow the sun’, on-demand stage for individuals joining us from other global time zones.

All sessions and panels are being recorded and will be available for ticket holders to play on demand for a period of 30 days.

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A chance to grow your global network

Aside from networking opportunities on the conference platform, we’re inviting our delegates to join us on 31 March 2022 from 6pm – 8pm (BST), in our unique, virtual networking world. This bespoke space will enable you to create connections in our virtual Alpine bar, library, rooftop lounge, cyber world lounge, AI world lounge and our jobseekers’ lounges. Before you network, you can even join us in our meditation lounge to decompress the day before going out and making those all-important connections for the future.

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Galentine's Day: Win a ticket to WeAreTechWomen's One Tech World conference

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To celebrate Galentine’s Day, WeAreTechWomen have five tickets to give away to our  virtual women in tech conference, One Tech World, on 01 April.

Join us for keynotes, panels, fireside chats, networking opportunities and much more. Supported by 18 corporate sponsors, with over 120 sessions and 160+ speakers across 6 stages – plus watch it on-demand for 30 days!

Our conference will provide ample opportunities to learn about emerging technologies and what is innovating and disrupting the industry.

We will deliver innovative sessions on over a variety of different areas of tech, with a side order of career development, fireside chats and ample networking opportunities, both on the day and through our global virtual networking world.

The stages will be divided into four tracks – Innovation, Emerging Technology, You and Your Career, and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. We also have an ‘In the Lounge, Career Conversations’ stage and a ‘follow the sun’, on-demand stage for individuals joining us from other global time zones.

All sessions and panels are being recorded and will be available for ticket holders to play on demand for a period of 30 days.

VIEW THE AGENDA

A chance to grow your global network

Aside from networking opportunities on the conference platform, we’re inviting our delegates to join us on 31 March 2022 from 6pm – 8pm (BST), in our unique, virtual networking world. This bespoke space will enable you to create connections in our virtual Alpine bar, library, rooftop lounge, cyber world lounge, AI world lounge and our jobseekers’ lounges. Before you network, you can even join us in our meditation lounge to decompress the day before going out and making those all-important connections for the future.

COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

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Got an idea that could shape the future? If you’re aged 16-25, enter Samsung UK's Solve for Tomorrow Competition for the chance to bring it to life

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition

Got an idea that could shape the future? If you’re aged 16-25, enter Samsung UK’s Solve for Tomorrow Competition for the chance to bring it to life with expert mentorship and support delivered in partnership with Digital Catapult.

Driven by the global CSR vision, ‘Together for Tomorrow, Enabling People’, Samsung are on a mission to empower future generations to pioneer positive social change and build a better world for all.

The Solve for Tomorrow Competition is a chance to make your ideas a reality. You don’t need to be a coder or a tech expert, you just need passion. If you’re between 16 and 25 years old and you have an idea that could help build a better future, Samsung want to hear from you. You can enter either as an individual or a team up to five.

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Shortlisted applicants will be matched with mentors from Samsung and the UK’s leading advanced technology innovation centre, Digital Catapult, to learn new skills and develop their idea at each stage of the competition through a range of workshops, coaching sessions, and one-to-ones support, before the final winner is chosen.

Samsung and Digital Catapult will help you get under the skin of your idea, share invaluable experiences and give you all the encouragement you’ll need to build it out, make it better and get it ready for the real world.

Come design the future with Samsung. No qualifications needed.

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International Women's Day: Win a ticket to WeAreTechWomen's One Tech World conference

To celebrate International Women's Day, WeAreTechWomen have five tickets to give away to our 3-day virtual, women in tech conference, One Tech World, on 11 - 13 May.

One Tech World will bring you the very best global virtual learning experience. Our conference will provide ample opportunities to learn about emerging technologies and what is innovating and disrupting the industry. We are blessed to be given time from some of the world’s finest speakers who will be joining us to share their wisdom and knowledge. We will deliver innovative sessions on over 50 different areas of tech, with a side order of career development and ample networking opportunities.

Aside from networking opportunities on the conference platform, we’re inviting the first 1,000 delegates who register and buy a ticket to join us every morning from 7 am – 8 am (BST) evening from 7pm – 8:30 pm (BST) in our unique, virtual networking world. This bespoke space will enable you to create connections in our virtual Alpine bar, library, rooftop lounge, cyber world lounge, AI world lounge and our jobseekers’ lounges. Before you network, you can even join us in our meditation lounge to decompress the day before going out and making those all-important connections for the future.

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Hear from some of the greatest names in tech

On our stages are some of the greatest names in tech such as Georgie Barrat, Technology Journalist & TV Broadcaster, The Gadget Show; June Sarpong OBE, Director of Creative Diversity, BBC; Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, Founder, STEMettes; Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President, techUK; Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chairman, Mastercard; Margaret Heffernan, Entrepreneur, TED Speaker, Business Author & Former CEO; Dr Kate Devlin, Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural Artificial Intelligence, King’s College London; Debbie Forster MBE, CEO, Tech Talent Charter; Harriet Minter, Journalist, Speaker & Director, The HVM Group; Caroline Drucker, Director of Strategic Partnerships, EMEA, Instagram; Avye Couloute, Maker, Coder, Tech Advocate, Social Entrepreneur & Founder, Girls Into Coding, to name a few.

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Everything tech

We will be sharing insights and covering everything from Future World of Work, Technology Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cyber Security, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, The Future of Data, The Wonder of Wearables, Data Science, The Future of Drones, FinTech, Internet of Senses/ Touch, The Future of Robotics, Cloud Technologies, Quantum Computing, Coding, Innovation in Health Tech, Prop Tech, Legal Tech, Transformation & Change, Food Tech, Property Tech, Home Tech, Education Tech, Ethics in Tech, The Challenges for Tech Business, Post-Pandemic, Green Tech, Cloud Native, DevOps, Agile, Blockchain, CryptoAssets, Tokenisation, De-Si, Collaboration Tools.

Career based sessions

We have heaps of sessions and panels with inspirational tech leaders to help advance your careers, including How To Get Into AI, Challenging Your Inner Imposter, Fireside Chats With Leading CEOs, CTOs & Founders, Harnessing Your Resilience, How to Make Yourself Heard, The Art of Public Speaking, Leading With Empathy, How can we Remove the Barriers for Women in Tech, How to Ace Your Career, Working from Home, How to Accelerate Your Career, Has Anyone Seen My Confidence, How To Transition In To The Tech Industry, The Importance of Mentors and Sponsor, The Legal Journey for Female Founders, Start-Up Stories.

Inclusion & Diversity

Promoting and encouraging inclusion and diversity is at the heart of everything we do – and our conference is no different. We’re covering everything from The Tech Talent Charter, Unleashing the Power of Disability In Tech, How Do We Encourage More Girls into The Industry, Black Tech, LGBTQ+ Tech, Tech Returnships, Mental Health, Wellbeing, Mindfulness, Ethnicity and Social Inclusion, How We Accelerated D&I Initiatives During the Pandemic, Understanding Your Bias, How Do We Foster More Diversity in Tech, The Rise of Women in Tech in India, How can Companies be Inclusive to Attract Diverse Talent, Putting your Insights to Work.

You can see our full list of speakers here and here for the agenda

So what are you waiting for?

To be in with a chance of winning a ticket for our One Tech World conference, please email [email protected] and tell us why you want to attend.

COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED


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Eulogy launches Elevator 2021 competition to support green tech start-ups

Elevator Startup competition

Eulogy has launched their Elevator 2021 competition, which will provide essential support to green tech start-ups through six months of pro-bono strategic communications services.

The competition places focus on technology start-ups spearheading the green economy and aims to contribute to the ‘build back greener’ movement and help tech start-ups through the ongoing challenging environment.

Now open for entries, Elevator is designed to help move businesses from start-up to scale-up, whilst accelerating solutions to some of humanity’s modern-day challenges.

The winner will receive marketing, communications, and branding consultancy services to the value of £30,000, spanning February to July 2021. Five runners up will each receive a Clarity session, Eulogy’s strategic consultancy workshop, which helps businesses identify a communications roadmap to growth.

The competition will be open for submissions from 17th November 2020 to 18th December 2020. Shortlisted entries will be informed in January 2021, with final pitches taking place and overall winner announced on 29th January 2021.

This year’s judging panel represents a diverse spectrum of the technology and communications industry, including Will Miller, Marketing Director at Tech Nation; Elliot Wellsteed-Crook, Director of Community at Forbes Ignite; Lis Field, CEO of Eulogy and Adrian Brady, Chairman of Eulogy, alongside senior tech journalists and other influential representatives of the sector.

Will Miller, Marketing Director, Tech Nation, comments: “This is an important time to be supporting the green tech start-up ecosystem, so I am delighted to be part of Eulogy’s Elevator judging panel. Europe leads the world for impact investing and Tech Nation has a strong commitment to supporting ambitious entrepreneurs driving environmental and sustainable change. As tech start-ups grapple with the challenging operating environment, programmes such as this are vital in providing that helping hand to make ambitions a reality.”

The competition forms part of the Eulogy’s commitment to instil and drive lasting impact on the community and society; and supports its existing work with tech clients such as Headspace and Epic Games, on the growing theme of responsible business.

Lis Field, CEO, Eulogy, said; “We’ve always been committed to driving positive change within our own communities, for our clients and for society more widely. Technology is playing a vital role in delivering a greener and more sustainable future, whilst supporting jobs and rebooting the UK economy - that is why we are focusing our attention on green tech in this year’s competition. This is a chance for us to deploy our expertise to support tech ventures spearheading this important future and I’m looking forward to seeing some fantastic entries.”

In 2019, In2ScienceUK were the winners of Eulogy’s Elevator programme, an award-winning charity promoting social mobility and diversity in STEM among disadvantaged young people across the UK. Eulogy worked closely with the organisation over a six-month period to help them articulate their positioning and engage with relevant audiences to further their cause.

Dr Rebecca McKelvey, Founder, In2ScienceUK said: “The Eulogy team supported us to develop our brand, build our profile with beneficiaries we were keen to connect with as well as develop the team to think about communications in a creative and dynamic way. One year on and we have increased our partnerships, revenue and most importantly the number of young people we are able to support. We have learned about the power of good communication and we cannot thank the team at Eulogy enough.”

Applications for Elevator 2021 are open to early stage tech businesses with a focus on the environment and sustainability at Seed and Series A funding rounds. Businesses can enter on the Eulogy website here.


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Win a complimentary place to WIRED Live

WIRED Live

WeAreTechWomen has teamed up with WIRED to give you a chance to win a complimentary place to WIRED Live on 24th November 2020.

WIRED Live celebrates the inspirational and compelling stories on ideas, business, technology and design found within WIRED UK's magazine.

WIRED Live – Europe’s premium conference dedicated to exploring the future of the world – returns this November as a virtual broadcast. Hear top-level talks from a curated smorgasbord of scientists, artists, innovators, disruptors and influencers.

As we settle into a post-COVID world, WIRED Live will retain the rare combination of WIRED’s journalistic eye, diverse programme, and connections with innovators, designers, strategists and entrepreneurs whilst designed to allow attendees to view at home or in the office (or, where ever they are in the world!).

Attendees have said that WIRED Live is like “coming up for a breath of fresh air” – and we hope to see you again this year.

This year's speakers include:

  • Demis Hassabis, Co-founder & CEO, Deepmind
  • Es Devlin, Artist and Designer
  • Brian May CBE, Musician, Astrophysicist, Founding Member of Queen
  • Chi Onwurah, Shadow Minister Digital, Science & Technology, Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central
  • Pragya Agarwal, Behavioural Scientist, Author, SWAY: Unravelling Unconscious Bias
  • Herman Narula, CEO and Co-Founder, Improbable
  • Lynne Owens, Director General, NCA
  • Clara Sousa-Silva, Molecular Astrophysicist, Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Joe Wicks, The Body Coach
  • Jessica Wade, Physicist, Department of Physics and Centre for Plastic Electronics, Blackett Laboratory
  • Benedict Evans, Independent analyst
  • Maria Konnikova, Author of The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win
  • Bjarke Ingels, Founder and Creative Director, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Vanessa Nakate, Ugandan climate activist
  • Joshua Wong, Hong Kong Political Activist

WeAreTechWomen are delighted to confirm we have four complimentary places to offer to our members – tickets will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

REGISTER HERE


WIRED Smarter

Win a complimentary place to WIRED Smarter

WIRED Smarter event

WeAreTechWomen has teamed up with WIRED to give you a chance to win a complimentary place to WIRED Smarter.

For 2020, WIRED is delighted to announce that its business conference, WIRED Smarter, will transform into a virtual event, and will premiere as a six-part conference broadcast series across October 13-15.

The same compelling content, now available virtually

With its foundation as a credible source of compelling discussion from fascinating speakers, the multi-tracked programme will continue to brief senior executives on critical business trends and innovation through a series of digestible keynotes, anecdotal sessions and meaningful connections.

Curated by WIRED's award-winning editorial team, each of the six 90-minute episodes will feature innovators in business, technology, retail and sustainability. Join us for the broadcast – all run in real time – and have the opportunity to submit questions for live speaker Q&As and network with fellow attendees.

View the programme online at wired.uk/smarter

What is different and/or new for 2020?

The WIRED team have thought long and hard about the best way to translate our incredibly dynamic and awe-inspiring in-person events into a virtual experience. Although running virtually translates into many benefits for our attendees, there are some critical differences:

Accessible and virtual: We are charging only nominal fees for the most basic access to all of the conference content. This offers our attendees around the world the benefit of cutting all travel and accomodation costs, and allow them the freedom to enjoy the content in the comfort of their home or office.

Punchy, dynamic content: We know that you're busy, so we have designed the programme to run as punchy 90-minute sessions – twice a day (morning and afternoon), for three days. All three morning sessions cover industry-agnostic topics; each of the afternoon sessions are dedicated to a different track (retail, fintech, growth).

Optional upgrades for networking: We've listened to your feedback, and understand that networking, brainstorming and speaking with peers is a key reason to attend events. That's why we added in a few additional – optional – upgrades that give you access to 1-to-1 chats with other attendees, and access to the workshop with Accenture. This is a fantastic way to get into the active WIRED community of influencers, startups / scaleup founders, investors and technologists – and hopefully, a way to keep us connected during these unprecedented times.

WeAreTechWomen are delighted to confirm we have four complimentary places to offer to our members - tickets will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

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WeAreTechWomen Virtual Conference

Win a ticket to WeAreTechWomen's first virtual women in tech conference

WeAreTechWomen Virtual Conference

WeAreTechWomen have ten tickets to give away for our first virtual women in tech conference on 26 June.

Disrupt. Innovate. Lead won’t be like any other virtual event you may have experienced in the past. We are using a state of the art platform to bring you four stages of inspiring content from LIVE keynotes, webinars, recorded content, Q&A panels as well as the opportunity to meet some of our speakers and sponsors in our virtual exhibition hall. Yes, we will have a virtual exhibition hall!

Hear from our amazing line-up of speakers

We are proud to introduce our virtual tech conference's incredible speakers and thought leaders, including Martha Lane Fox CBE, Entrepreneur & Co-Founder, lastminute.com & Founder, Dot Everything; Anne Boden MBE, CEO, Starling Bank; Baroness Joanna Shields OBE, Group CEO, BenevolentAI; Sharmadein Reid, Founder, WAH Nails & BeautyStack; Dame Stephanie Shirley CH, IT Entrepreneur & Philanthropist; Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, Founder, Stemettes; and many, many more.

Discover all of our speakers here.

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There's something for everyone

WeAreTechWomen's conferences and summits have a five year history of providing innovative and interactive learning and networking opportunities for female technologist. This year is no different - all of our speakers are leaders in their sectors, experts in their fields and have a detailed understanding of how the tech industry is evolving.

We will be sharing insights and covering everything from Tech trends, Cyber, Artificial Intelligence, Data, Ethics, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Robotics, Drones, GreenTech, HealthTech, Payments, Cloud, Agile, DevOps, Fintech, 5G, Entrepreneurship and Block Chain.

View the agenda here.

Everything recovery

We have heaps of panels that discuss the impact of the pandemic on the world of tech and how companies pivoted their businesses, worked collaboratively and rose the challenge of super speed engineering.

Shape your own learning

There will be ample opportunities to engage via our Q&A's and network through our virtual coffee rooms. Throughout the day our delegates can shape their own learning as well as revisiting sessions they may have missed - up to 30 days after the conference concludes.

Join us for a learning experience like no other!

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FemTech Forum

Win a ticket to FemTech Forum 2020 - the first global virtual conference about FemTech

FEMTECH FORUM

WeAreTechWomen have ten tickets to giveaway for the FemTech Forum 2020 on 25th June.

The FemTech Forum - the first global virtual conference about FemTech - is a celebration of innovation in women’s health, spotlighting tech-powered solutions and products that are disrupting the market and changing our everyday lives for the better.

Investors are starting to recognise the value of the FemTech space, which is estimated to be worth $50 billion by 2025, according to Frost & Sullivan. Women in the workforce spend 29 per cent more per capita on healthcare than their male peers and they’re 75 per cent more likely to use digital tools to track their health.

Organised by Women of Wearables (WoW), a global community for women in emerging technologies that has grown to become a network of more than 20,000 members, is hosting the virtual conference on FemTech on June 25th.

The one-day forum, which will be held on Zoom, will address topics like fertility, sexual wellness, the gender gap in medical research and more.

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The A-list panel of speakers includes: Eirini Rapti, Founder and CEO of Inne; Sophia Bendz, Partner at Atomico; Louise Samet, Partner at Blossom Capital; Gian Seehra, Investor at Octopus Ventures; Michelle Kennedy, Founder and CEO of Peanut; Valentina Milanova, Founder and CEO of Daye; Elina Berglund Scherwitzl, Co-Founder and CEO of Natural Cycles; Lea von Bidder, Co-Founder and CEO of Ava; Billie Quinlan, Founder and CEO of Ferly; Katherine Ryder, Founder and CEO of Maven Clinic; Afton Vechery, Co-Founder and CEO of Modern Fertility and Kat Mañalac, Partner at Y Combinator.

This competition is now closed.

 

 

 

 


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Enter the draw: #MarTechFest, the anti-conference, giveaway

#MarTechFest

For one day more jam-packed than your marketing stack, you and a colleague will join 600+ marketers at one of London's most unique venues.

Catch sessions from the godfather of martech, Scott Brinker, plus brands including Gartner, Twitter, Vodafone, The Drum + more. Mingle over delicious street food, pool tables, a few bevvies, lunch and DJ sets with marketers from Pepsi, Sky, Vice, FT, Barclays, and more.

With over 7k+ martech solutions available it's no surprise that 29 per cent of the average marketing budget is being spent on marketing technology. Plus a whopping 45 per cent  of companies lack the skills or the staff to capitalise on their tech. This creates major challenges which #MarTechFest can help you tackle. #MarTechFest - marketing technology made simple.

  • Develop an integrated martech plan and road map wrapped around your business goals and customers. Build a plan that goes beyond platforms.
  • Identify the talent & skills required to power their plans
  • Build a complete marketing stack
  • Implement agile marketing methodologies & more

WeAreTechWomen have ten tickets to giveaway to this year's #MarTechFest for our readers. If you would like to be in with a chance of winning a ticket, then email [email protected] and tell us why you want to attend. Entries will close on 13th October and winners will be drawn at random and notified on 14th October.

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