We are looking forward to welcoming you back to our networking events. Kicking things off with our Women in Tech issue celebration, where we will invite female founders and inspirational women to talk about their journeys in the startups world.
Social interaction is so important, and we recognise this energy & dynamism in the events we create. For those of you who don't feel comfortable to attend we will still be live-streaming the event via zoom, so don't be disheartened.
To those who feel comfortable enough to attend, we are really looking forward to seeing you.
Thermal imaging cameras - non-invasive temperate checks for guests.
Face coverings recommended when accessing the building & in the shared spaces.
Signage & one-way systems in place to maintain physical distancing.
I'm afraid our nibbles will be no longer, but we will be providing cans & bottles of drink for self-service for the evening.
To celebrate the launch of our ever-popular Women in Tech issue we will be bringing a LIVE lineup of experts to discuss the latest & greatest women in tech.
Join us, in person or virtually for an evening of inspiring discussions, a panel of startups delivering coveted technology and, of course, some networking & freebies.
- 6pm: Arrival & drinks
- 6.45pm: Mindfulness session to focus ourselves, from OpenMind Wellbeing
- 7.00pm: Prompt start to our first talk. TBA
- 7.30pm: Our panel of female startups
- 8.15pm: Workshop ends & relaxed conversation and drinks begins
- 9pm: Goodbyes
All profits will go to Young Women's Trust
Kicking things off with a mindfulness session:
OpenMind Co-founder Gabi Macra will begin our talks with “From Mind to Body” with lots of new ideas and learning points finish with a visceral experience through 15 minutes of chair yoga giving your mind space to bed in your new ideas and learning.
Moderated by Startups Magazine Editor, Anna Flockett who loves to get chatty with startups and meet new innovators & entrepreneurs driven to change their industries. She has a keen passion to learn about everyone’s story and how startups are doing on their journey.
Fran is a Research Lead at Tractable. Her research applies techniques in computer vision to car damage appraisal, with a focus on new use cases and domain adaptation. Before Tractable, Fran did a PhD in physics at Oxford. In her spare time, Fran likes to eat, cook, and make (in her opinion) excellent puns.
2 more panellists to be announced.
With thanks to our sponsor Mouser Electronics:
Mouser Electronics is a worldwide leading authorised distributor of semiconductors and electronic components for over 800 industry-leading manufacturers. We specialise in the rapid introduction of new products and technologies for design engineers and buyers. Our extensive product offering includes semiconductors, interconnects, passives, and electromechanical components.
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