Women of Silicon Roundabout

  • Tuesday26Jun 2018
    Partner Event

    ** This is a past event **

    Join 3,000 tech leaders and professionals for two days of inspiring keynotes and panel discussions.

The vibrant centrepiece of the global Women In Tech Event Series is returning on the 26 - 27 June 2018 at ExCeL, London.

Women of Silicon Roundabout













Join 3,000 tech leaders and professionals for two days of inspiring keynotes, panel discussions on business strategy, technical classes and career development workshops... let's smash that glass ceiling!

Confirmed speakers currently include:

  • Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho CBE, British Businesswoman, Philanthropist & Public Servant
  • Baroness Joanna Shields, Prime Minister's Special Representative on Internet Safety
  • Co-founder, SheCanCode
  • Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Bloomberg
  • Vice President, Oracle
  • Engineering Manager, Facebook
  • Chief Platform Officer, Starling Bank
  • UK CTO, Microsoft
  • Head of Insight, eBay
  • Global Director of Customer Experience, HelloFresh Global
  • Managing Director, Narratively
  • CTO, Gocompare.com
  • Product Manager, Facebook
  • Software Engineer, Trainline
  • Android Engineer, Monzo

We will provide all the content and networking opportunities needed to boost your skills and supercharge your career, whilst addressing how to close the gender gap.

Visit the event website for all the info on the conference’s format, speakers and prices.


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