Our 2017 event is here!
In recognition of International Women's Day and in conjunction with the Belfast Google Developer Group, we've a very exciting setup for the Women Techmakers (WTM) Summit in 2017.
Building on the success of last year, there will be two opportunities to get involved:
6.10pm - Welcome
6.15pm - Workshops begin. CV/Interview skills workshop will cover confidence & communication skills.
7pm - Break for food & chat!
7.30pm - Re-commence workshops. CV/Interview skills workshop will have talks by recruitment professionals on the technical CV, interview prep and technical skills, whiteboard tests, salary negotiation and take any questions you have.
8.30-9pm - Finish
- Conference: 28th April, 6pm - 10pm in The MAC Belfast, with a wide variety of inspirational speakers and panel discussions. Food will be provided on the night. (Accessibility information here: https://themaclive.com/accessibility)
There are a limited number of tickets available for both the workshops and our conference. You'll find prices below, with concessions available. Make sure to buy yours today to avoid disappointment, and please help us promote this unique event by sharing via your social channels.
What is Women Techmakers?
Women Techmakers is Google’s brand and global programme for women in technology. It is an initiative that aims to raise awareness of innovative female leaders in technology and inspire others to join the field. It does this through raising the visibility of women in tech, through online community-building, and through providing resources to support women develop their technical skillsets. The focus of WTM is on both local events, and higher-level resources and global community building.
What is the conference about?
There will be a wide range of speakers and panels at the conference, including inspirational talks from local entrepreneurs, discussion panels about the big issues in the industry at present, and technical talks from industry leaders. An agenda for the event will be available soon!
Who can attend the workshops / conference?
Anyone can attend both workshops and the conference - students within STEM, veterans of the technology industry, people working in other industries and everyone in between.
ALL GENDERS are encouraged to attend as this event is about diversity and equality, and increasing the visibility of brilliant women within tech.
I have a question - who should I contact?
If you have any questions about the event please contact [email protected]