Chris Towers, Head of Events, Roar Media
March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women all around the world. Here at Roar Media we have always been firm advocates and supporters of women in tech and the enterprise as we represent this sector largely in many of our event and media outputs. We have held ‘Women in Tech’ panel sessions since 2016 (our inception) through our Tech for Britain conferences and held since 2016 firm policy on ensuring our event stages have equal representation of brilliant businesswomen of which there are plenty! We have worked with organisations like the Tech Charter, Tech Nation, Tech.London, Women Who Code, Microsoft, Google, Tech London Advocates & more to ensure diversity within our programmes and to continue building a better platform in which female business leaders and practitioners can share their stories.
I have selected a few great pieces on people and culture within tech and just some examples of presentations in which brilliant female tech leaders have taken to the stage at a Roar Media event in the past.
We look forward to returning our in-person conferences where we can invite plenty of diverse talent, of all genders and backgrounds to share their business insights into enterprise technology.
Online Panel Session with Event Partners Microsoft: The Woman In The Mirror Panel
An Interview with Facebook APAC Head of Partnerships around Digital Business Innovation & Building Digital Products
Culture Wars with Former Head of Technology at Sky, Louise Elliott
New Ways of Working with EY executive Jyoti Sharma
Finding your North Star with Financial Times Chief Product & Technology Officer, Cait O’Riordan
Hoping you enjoyed some of these great presentations!
For more information on speaking at our events you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also register for all our online and future in person events here!