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Montash 2nd Women In Technology Breakfast Briefing

Friday, 1 May 2015 to Friday, 1 May 2015

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Following the success of the last Women in Technology Breakfast Briefing, Montash is proud to bring you their 2nd Women in Technology Breakfast Briefing which will be held on Friday 1st May at The Grand Connaught Rooms, Holborn, London.

The event will be an open discussion forum for top executives to discuss the lack of female CIOs and IT Leaders within the Technology industry.  The panel will also cover what organisations are doing to see more women in the boardroom, and share their own experiences and challenges in attracting and retaining female technology talent.

The speaker panel consists of leading IT executives including: Liz Jones – Director and Member of Deloitte WiT Group, Judi Edwards – Executive Partner at Gartner and Mike Bowden – Global CIO at Anglo American. The discussion will be chaired by Montash’s CEO Andy Larholt.

Tickets cost £20 with all proceeds going to Groundwork London; a social and environmental urban regeneration charity supported by Montash. CIO UK Magazine will support the briefing as a media partner, with the Editor-in-chief due to attend the event and provide post-event coverage.

Places are limited to avoid disappointment book now. 
To register your attendance, go to http://montash-women-in-technology.eventbrite.co.uk

For enquiries please contact Sharon Shahzad on: +44 (0)20 7014 0233 or send an email to sharons@montash.com


Media Partner   


All proceeds will go to Groundwork London


For more information:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/montash-2nd-women-in-technology-breakfast-briefing-2015-tickets-15779801812

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