2020 everywoman in Tech Forum - sponsors
Making connections is at the heart of what we do at Facebook and so we’re incredibly pleased to have this partnership to connect to everywoman’s global platform of talented women. We’re looking forward to working together to advance the opportunities for women through this year long series of initiatives and events, on how to lead and build a career in tech.
GRADUATE DAY KEY PARTNER
By nature, open source extends across geography, gender, political affiliation and life experience. In that spirit, SUSE celebrates and embraces all principals of diversity: diversity of thought, diversity of experience and diversity of opinions. We are fully committed to providing our employees with an inclusive, open and collaborative workplace to encourage them to be anything they want to be. On the heels of our successful Women in Tech Employees Network launch, we’re thrilled to extend our support to the Everywoman in Tech Forum to further advance female talent development.
GRADUATE DAY SPONSOR
Revolut is a proud supporter of the everywoman in Tech Forum. We are wholeheartedly committed to driving meaningful and measurable change for women in tech, to help further improve female representation in the technology industry, while inspiring and engaging young talent. As a company, Revolut is committed to ensuring that we have a diverse and inclusive workplace across the globe, where all staff can achieve success. We are proud to be involved in a cause that collectively focuses on developing female talent, ensuring equal opportunities and supporting career progression.
GOLD PLUS SPONSORS
At SSE the Inclusion strategy is based on encouraging Difference IN, ON and UP. And Difference is needed to help SSE make the best business decisions as SSE recognises that seeking diverse viewpoints and insight leads to more innovative and creative solutions. It’s this innovative thinking that sets us apart from our competitors. The continual focus on applying an inclusive lens on all that we do is definitely helping drive more diversity IN, ON and UP. Regularly listed on the Bloomberg Equality Index, and recent finalist of the Family Friendly Working Scotland Awards, SSE is extremely proud to support the 2020 Everywoman in Tech Forum.
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At ServiceNow, creating the future of work for our customers also means creating the future of work for ourselves. That means embracing diversity, inclusion, and belonging as a business imperative, and creating a future where everyone brings their authentic selves to work every day. That’s why we are proud to be a sponsor everywoman in Tech Forum. Working together, we can achieve diversity, inclusion and belonging across the technology industry.
‘Everyone’s Welcome at Tesco’ sits at the heart of our values. We are committed to providing an inclusive working environment; building an inclusive culture where everyone has the opportunity to get on is a key action throughout the business. We not only celebrate diversity, but embrace the value it brings to enable us to serve our customers a little better every day. We’re delighted to bring this to life through our support of the everywoman in Tech Forum again this year.
SILVER PLUS SPONSOR
Lloyds Banking Group is a passionate supporter of the everywoman in Tech Forum. We are truly committed to maximising the potential of, and opportunities for, our female colleagues. We have successfully deployed a progressive plan across inclusion and diversity which focuses on colleagues bringing their whole selves to work. This event is a natural progression and a great partnership where we can collectively focus on developing female talent, ensuring equal opportunities and supporting career progression.
TECH LONDON ADVOCATES is an unrivalled collection of tech leaders, experts and investors uniting to form the most influential group in tech. With no government backing, this is the voice of the private sector in London. More than 7,500 advocates volunteer their time to campaign for the future of London tech.