Join us at 12 noon (note the new, earlier time!) on Tuesday 8 December at #FemaleTechFounder as a panel of female tech founders and co-founders join forces by the power of video conferencing to tell their stories, celebrate successes and share what they’re looking forward to next.
Teaching yourself to code? Want to change the world through tech? We’d love for you to join us. It’s free to attend. Register
Please note: This event is not just for women!
Everyone interested in tech, startups and everything that goes into creating products users love is invited!
Want to know what to expect? Here’s what happened at the last event. (Want to watch the video? Please get in touch).
The last session of 2020, it kicks off with a Q&A panel discussion on what has been the biggest learning curve during this last year with Lauren Riley (@MissLaurenRiley), Founder and CEO, The Link App and Susanna Lawson (@SusannaOneFile), Co-Founder and CEO, OneFile.
Naomi Timperley (@naomitimperley), Project Director, FreelanceHER100, Non Exec and Consultant, Alt Theory will also be sharing a few words about the amazing FreelanceHER100 initiative.
After the opening Q&A comes a lightning talk by an amazing founder and an audience Q&A panel with all speakers at the end. We will also fit in a healthy amount of networking so come ready to mingle!
The event should finish around 1:30pm.
Lauren Riley (@MissLaurenRiley), Founder and CEO, The Link App
Susanna Lawson (@SusannaOneFile), Co-founder and CEO, OneFile
Naomi Timperley (@naomitimperley), Project Director, FreelanceHER100, Non Exec and Consultant, Alt Theory
Catherine Bennett (@Catherine_ben), MD, Caboodle Technology
Host: Claire-Marie Boggiano (@CMBoggiano), director, Lurig Change Management
It is free to attend but registration is required.
How to get involved?
You can get involved in three ways: you can sign up to attend, you can join the community on Slack and you can also send in questions for our speakers.
1. Register for the online #FemaleTechFounder event
To attend #FemaleTechFounder, simply sign up via Eventbrite. Details for logging on to the event, which is being delivered via Zoom, will be emailed to you.
2. Connect with the community
To connect with others attending before and after the event, please join the Female Tech Founder community on Slack. Follow @TechFemale on Twitter for updates!
3. Send in your questions, vote in the polls
We also have a question board ready for the social Q&A and social engagement taking place before, during and after the event and we’d like you to send in your questions for our speakers before 5pm on Monday 7 December.
We will also be running some quick polls ahead of the event. Please take a moment to vote below, no registration required.
We want to hear from any founders worried about the impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having on funding. Anonymous questions are welcome: to send one in simply click on the purple Post Anonymously button at the top of the question board.
We will be posing your questions to the speakers during the event, with the question board updated in real-time with their responses.
Thank you for your valuable insights, you are supporting the startup community at this critical time.
Here come the polls.
I’m looking forward to 2021. Vote
My biggest challenge in 2020 was (you can only pick one): Vote
For my startup, going into the new year, I need the most help with (you can only pick one): Vote
The two lockdowns have: Vote