Programme Actions for Women in Tech

 

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The UK’s digital economy is world-leading and techUK believes that having a gender balanced workforce across the tech sector will make tangible change toward achieving ongoing leadership. The UK’s phenomenal digital potential must be matched with a robust and growing talent pipeline to realise the opportunity for the UK to be a global leader in tech for decades to come – and this means attracting female talent into the sector.

By encouraging women to enter and thrive in the tech industry at all levels we become more robust, more competitive and more innovative. Through targeted actions and collaboration with members and stakeholders, techUK’s Women in Tech work aims to facilitate the attraction and retention of talent from as broad a demographic as possible to increase diversity within the tech sector.

The programme is championed by the Skills & Diversity Council, who support a number of initiatives including our Returners Hub, WISE Campaign’s People Like Me Programme and the Tech Talent Charter.

Get in touch to find out how to get involved in our programme:

 

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