About the Forum

The everywoman in Tech Forum brings together a community of over 500 women working in Tech, from graduates through to the C-level. Women come to the Forum to be inspired as to what they can achieve, to be supported by their peers from around the world and to learn key skills and knowledge to support them in their careers.

The Main Forum (9 March 2023)

The 2023 Main Forum will be hybrid, giving delegates the options to attend in person or to join our dynamic online platform via a virtual delegate pass.

Join us at the 2023 Tech Forum to be inspired and to receive practical advice on how to become the tech leader you aspire to be

  • Knowledge update: leading companies share how they are approaching current challenges including improving wellbeing, sustainability and inclusion in tech teams
  • Access to global role models: leaders from top tech companies give you insight into their approaches to innovation and their career journeys
  • Intensive training: interactive training sessions from world-leading trainers to enhance your skills in leadership, scrum and being unafraid of failure
  • New connections: walk away with a wealth of new professional contacts to widen your network, challenge your thinking and advance your career

We look forward to seeing you there!

How will the event work?

The new hybrid format of the event will combine a real world experience with a digital event. The event will provide a platform for thought leaders to provide practical insight and leadership advice to the industry. Delivered through a series of live webinars and interactive sessions and networking opportunities that are positioned during different times of the day to allow a global audience to access them, each webinar allows for Q&A best viewed together by teams to enable you to get the most out of the experience.

Venue attendees will benefit from face to face networking and interaction. Virtual attendees will have the flexibility to attend from anywhere in the world without needing to travel to the event, and will still hear from some of biggest names in tech and beyond, and will be able to join virtual discussions and networking.

Advantages Includes:

Global Access

Global teams have the ability to learn from global thought leaders.

Inclusion

Everyone is able to participate, no matter where you are based.

Live Q&A

Made available for attendees to interact real time on all topics.

Interactive Networking Sessions

To form deeper connections with fellow attendees and role models.

Cost & Time Effectiveness

No time needed for travelling, and no associated costs.

Access to a 365 Community and Resource Hub

The conversation, networking and access to resources doesn’t end when the event does.

Who Attends?

The forum is open to everyone working in tech – from women looking to advance their career and create more diverse teams, to men working to support women in their teams and wider organisations. See below for a sample of the companies and job functions that have previously attended:

The everywoman in Tech Portfolio

An annual programme for women in tech to be inspired as to what they can achieve, to be supported by their peers from around the world and to learn key skills and knowledge to support them in their careers.

  • The 13th annual FDM everywoman in Technology Awards celebrates global female role models and male agents of change in a year long programme
  • The 7th annual everywoman in Tech Forum offers a blend of training, inspiration and networking to give aspiring and existing leaders the tools they need to further their career and nurture the next generation of female leaders in their business.
  • The everywoman in Tech Hub (in partnership with Meta) is the global community of women in tech to network, share experiences while supercharging their careers in tech.

About everywoman

Founded in 1999, everywoman has been at the forefront of the international movement for gender parity in the workplace. Over the past 23 years we have had the privilege of building a community of over 130 corporate partners and a network of more than 50,000 women around the world.