Are you fascinated by turning ideas into tech products?
Do you enjoy hearing startup founders tell their stories?
Teaching yourself to code? Want to change the world through tech?
Then this free online event is for you!
Join us at 12 noon on Wednesday 23 June at the next #FemaleTechFounder event as a panel of female tech founders and co-founders join forces to tell their stories, celebrate successes and share what they’re looking forward to next.
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!
It kicks off with a Q&A panel discussion on pinning down and tackling imposter syndrome with Beckie Taylor, co-founder and CEO of Tech Returners. Beckie recently won the coveted Transformational Leader award at the Northern Power Women Awards.
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.
Speakers confirmed so far:
Beckie Taylor (@rtaylor81), Co-founder and CEO, Tech Returners
Host: Claire-Marie Boggiano (@CMBoggiano), director, Lurig Change Management
We have an interactive 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 Tuesday 22 June.
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 also be running some quick polls ahead of the event. Please take a moment to vote below, no registration required.
Thank you for your valuable insights, you are supporting the startup community at this critical time.
Here come the polls.
Imposter syndrome is not talked about enough in female founder circles. Vote
As a founder leading a team, I find I overcompensate for any perceived weaknesses by working longer hours. Vote
Whenever I pitch my company I tend to talk more about what I’d like to achieve than what we’ve achieved. Vote
I find myself fearful of taking on new opportunities. Vote