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Women in Tech forum is an exclusive global community of women who are looking to connect with like-minded women and learn proven strategies to accelerate their career development.

Our mission is to empower and connect women so that they have the confidence, the support and the tools to boost their career – we don’t just want a seat at the table, we want a voice at the table.



The forum was created in response to a growing number of women wishing to collaborate, contribute and grow outside their everyday roles at work,
by providing a platform for:

Group coaching

Informal mentoring opportunities

Regular networking events

Fresh ideas to boost career development.

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Our vision is to equip women with the skills, confidence and support to break through the glass ceiling and excel in their careers.

Our mission is to be the:

go-to-network for women in technology

go-to resource for companies looking for additional support

to develop the next generation of female leaders


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