This timely conference examined latest progress and next steps for attracting and retaining women across the technology sector, and supporting their progression.
Delegates assessed priorities for the development of a diverse talent pipeline - looking at what more might be done to address barriers to entry, encourage more women to study STEM, and improve links between education, policy and industry.
They also considered the business case for gender diversity, including the future role of women in the development of cutting-edge technologies and driving the UK’s international competitiveness.
Further sessions examined issues around recruitment, career progression and equal pay, and discussed wider challenges regarding workplace culture - including improving transparency, enhancing employer engagement, encouraging mentoring and network initiatives, and establishing conducive working environments for all.
Price: £95 PLUS VAT
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