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Women in Technology event

6/06/2013 by


Montash, the award winning, international technology recruitment search and selection consultancy, have launched an event on June 28th entitled Women in Technology.

The format of the meeting is a breakfast briefing starting 8 am in The Grand Connaught Rooms, Holborn, and ending at 10am to enable attendees to return to work.

Managing Director Andrew Larholt says ‘We are holding this event to encourage female CIOs and IT Leaders in the technology industries. We will be discussing why there is a lack of females, especially when businesses claim that this is a priority.’

The panel will include CIOs including Dana Deasy from BP, Isobel Thomson from HJ Heinz and Mary LeBlanc from Novartis Pharma, with additional questions from the audience.

To register your attendance, go to Tickets cost £20 with all proceeds going to Groundwork London, Montash’s preferred charity, which is a social and environmental urban regeneration charity

Written by Vicky Jones, Montash Head of Marketing & Communications

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