Title Partner


We are delighted to be the title partner of the everywoman in Technology Awards. Technology is key to delivering the best healthcare solutions for our customers, it underpins innovation, helps people to be proactive with their health and supports us in being more sustainable.

We want to support everyone to live longer, healthier, and happier lives, and we understand the challenges that women in the workplace can face.

Partnering with everywoman will help women to continue making the impact they already are, and to become the brave, caring, and responsible leaders of the future. Not just for tech but for business.

Website: www.bupa.co.uk

Category Sponsors

Apprentice Award


SSE is a leading generator of green energy and one of the largest electricity network companies in the UK. We invest £7m on average every single day in homegrown energy. We’re delivering thousands of green jobs. We are building the world’s largest offshore wind farm. All this contributes more than £7bn to the UK and Irish economies, and it’s all down to our people. Inclusion and diversity are integral to everything we do at SSE and we are included in the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index. We recognise the value of diverse talent and are proud to support the 2024 everywoman in Technology Awards as sponsor of the Apprentice Award.

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CTO/CIO of the Year Award


Accenture is delighted to sponsor the CTO/CIO award at the Bupa everywoman in Technology Awards.  As a leading global professional services company that helps organisations build their digital core, optimise their operations, and accelerate revenue growth, we know that technology is at the heart of change today. But people are the real power behind technology. We are thrilled to support the Awards, because we know the value of inclusion and diversity and how it drives innovation and productivity. We are committed to achieving gender equality in our workforce, and believe it is vital to create space for women and non-binary people to fulfil their potential and celebrate success.

Website: www.accenture.com

Cyber Security Award

BAE Systems

Women have been at the forefront of digital technology from the very start, including the early pioneer Ada Lovelace, Joan Clarke, a leading codebreaker at Bletchley Park and Katherine Johnson who calculated flight paths for the first crewed space flights. We’re delighted to sponsor these awards, which we hope will help inspire new generations of women to pursue a career in technology.

Website: www.baesystems.com/en/home

Digital Star Award


Bupa is proud to continue its sponsorship of the FDM everywoman Digital Transformation Award this year. We as a company work tirelessly to ensure that the diversity of our workforce in Bupa reflects the diversity of the customers and communities that we serve, and that those diverse thoughts and ideas have a voice. Our partnership with Everywoman is playing a critical role in supporting this work as we seek to become the most customer-centric healthcare company in the world. Helping us to reduce bias in hiring, fostering inclusivity, and creating a sense of belonging for employees of all backgrounds. Without doubt Bupa’s transformation success stories are the better for it.

Website: www.bupa.co.uk

Digital Transformation Leader Award

Lloyds Banking Group

Lloyds Banking Group is extremely proud to continue to sponsor the everywoman Digital Transformation Leader Award. Our purpose is to help Britain prosper by creating a more sustainable and inclusive future for people and businesses as a company that embraces the digital age. Growing a culture that places trust, inclusivity, innovative-thinking and puts people first is at the heart of what we do. Investing in the skills and competencies of all our people to be technically fit for the future underpins our approach. We congratulate this year’s finalist on their fantastic successes and restless energy for positive change.

Website: www.lloydsbankinggroup.com

Entrepreneur Award

Howden Group 

Howden is delighted once again to sponsor the Entrepreneur Award. We are continually amazed and inspired by the brilliant female talent that is out there, breaking new ground in both IT and for women. At Howden, entrepreneurialism is at the very heart of our business. We believe that only by creating an environment where everyone is empowered to make a difference, we can build a sustainable and inclusive place to work.

Website: howdengroup.com

Innovator Award

American Express

American Express proudly sponsors the Bupa everywoman in Technology Awards. As part of our diverse tech team, you can architect, code and ship software that makes us an essential part of our customers’ digital lives. Here, you can work alongside talented engineers in an open, supportive, inclusive environment where your voice is valued, and you make your own decisions on what tech to use to create innovative solutions to challenging problems. And because we understand the importance of keeping your skills fresh and relevant, we give you dedicated time to invest in your professional development. Find your place in technology on #TeamAmex.

Website: www.americanexpress.com

Leader Award


HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. We are working to build a truly inclusive business – opening up a world of opportunity for our people, our customers, and the wider communities we serve.

Our technology teams are at the forefront of introducing initiatives that help make HSBC a leading adopter of technology in Financial Services. Innovation, diversity and inclusion are core parts of our values and we consistently strive for this at all levels. We don’t just talk about being diverse , we lead with diversity. This is why we are excited to sponsor the Everywoman Leader Award.

Website: www.hsbc.co.uk

One to Watch Award


Computacenter is proud to sponsor this year’s Bupa everywoman in Technology Awards, helping to flood light onto the wealth of talented girls and women that can inspire us all within the technology industry.

There are still challenges in attracting women to STEM careers, but there are great opportunities at Computacenter and across the industry for women to learn, develop, educate and lead. These awards play a vital role in promoting the role models that are paving the way for others. Our industry thrives on creativity and innovation, and we are passionate about recognising and enabling women to bring new ideas that can challenge us and push us to be better and do better. The girls and young women who are in education today will shape the future of our industry; that’s why we’re sponsoring the ‘one to watch’ award.

Website: www.computacenter.com

Rising Star Award


Website: www.booking.com

Software Engineer Award


Discover has a strong cultural committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are incredibly proud to be sponsoring the software engineering category in the everywoman IT Awards. Our partnership with everywoman has helped significantly to support our Women In Tech (WIT) community as well as to generate wider awareness of Discover as a competitive #fintech employer and as a great place to work. Our existing team of software engineers are strong and celebrating the wider world of female engineering talent is incredibly important to us.

Website: www.discover.com

Team Leader Award

DS Smith


Website: www.dssmith.com/uk

Tech for Good Award

RS Group

As a global engineering- and technology-led business, RS Group advocates equality, diversity and gender balance and is committed to supporting progress in education, innovation, and engineering. We are proud to support everywoman and applaud their movement for gender parity in the workplace.

RS Group has made a commitment through its 2030 ESG action plan – ‘For a better world’ – which sets out four ambitious goals to lead as a truly responsible, sustainable and inclusive business. These goals of advancing sustainability, championing education and innovation, empowering people, and doing business responsibly are at the heart of this partnership with the everywoman awards.

Website: www.rsgroup.com

Male Agent of change


At Centrica, we are passionate about helping all women to be their best. In the technology sphere, we have a dedicated chapter of our Women’s network, focussed on creating visibility and a voice for women, equipping them with the tools and skill to navigate the workplace and supporting them to achieve their career goals. Our partnership with everywoman provides the tools and network opportunities to help to achieve this.

We are delighted to be supporting these awards as they recognise and spotlight the great achievements of woman in technology as well as their allies; providing inspiration for others to pursue their tech career ambitions.

Centrica is the largest supplier of gas to domestic customers in the United Kingdom, and one of the largest suppliers of electricity, serving millions of UK consumers and businesses with the supply of electricity and gas, services, and solutions through leading energy brands, including British Gas and Bord Gáis.

Centrica has pledged to support the transition to a net zero economy and has ambitions to become a truly digital business.

Website: www.centrica.com

Media Partners

Student Circuit

Student Circuit is an online resource for anyone undertaking further education within the world of electronics and electronics design. The site will cover the very basics of circuit design and definition of terms, right through to the advanced levels of electronics covered in final year degree courses.

Students will also have the opportunity to participate in online tests, receive advice and insight into the most suitable components and development kits for their projects, and have the opportunity to share their project ideas on what will become a true online community for the student body. As far as learning about electronics, Student Circuit will become the go-to place for anyone looking for how-to content.

Website: www.student-circuit.com

Electronic Specifier

The engineer’s resource guide to new products, technology & design
We report every day on the innovations and products driving the electronics industry forward, supporting everyone from design engineers in their research, managers buying components as well as manufacturers and distributors sharing their innovations. Our channels bring together thought leaders and creates a network for conversations about changes to electronics universally – across industries and around the world. Leveraging a diverse digital portfolio, Electronic Specifier strives to serve as the ultimate industry resource for electronics engineers in whichever format they digest information i.e. blogs, reports, podcasts, guides, videos etc.

Website: www.electronicspecifier.com

Supporting Partners

Girls’ School Association

Girls’ Schools Association stands alongside trailblazing women and is delighted to work as a supporting partner to support the vital work of everywoman. The expert in girls’ education, GSA champions girls’ and girls’ schools, supporting Heads to educate, inspire, and empower 90,000+ girls in the UK and worldwide.  GSA regularly commissions rigorous research to prove the modern relevance, proven benefits, and enduring power of girls’ schools to create a more equitable world. Learn more about its mission, schools, and fearless Heads and girls at gsa.uk.com.

Website: https://gsa.uk.com/

The Women4Cyber Foundation

The Women4Cyber Foundation, established as a non-profit organization in 2019, is committed to advancing women’s participation in the cybersecurity field, reducing the skills gap, and improving their access to employment opportunities. Our mission revolves around building a strong cybersecurity community through networking, awareness, education, and training. We actively promote women’s voices through social media and events, enhance their engagement in cybersecurity education, and champion female role models while providing access to training programs to facilitate entry, up-skilling, or re-skilling in cybersecurity. Through these efforts, we aspire to break down barriers and create a more inclusive and equitable landscape, empowering women to thrive in this critical industry. 

Website: women4cyber.eu

Tech Talent Charter

The Tech Talent Charter (TTC) is an industry-led, government-funded membership network (775+ organisations), committed to driving diversity and inclusion in tech and securing the future of the tech talent pipeline for all. The TTC was created because solving the diversity problem in tech requires a collective effort across organisations, industries, and sectors. Our broad base of Signatories includes companies and industries of all sizes, non-profit organisations, charities, leading UK educators, and government departments.

TTC provides concrete measurement and insights into diversity in the tech ecosystem, and actionable ways forward, by gathering, curating, and distributing innovative practices, techniques, and ideas – all for free.  Learn more and join the movement: www.techtalentcharter.co.uk/home.

Website: www.techtalentcharter.co.uk/home

STEM Returners

STEM Returners, returns highly qualified and experienced STEM professionals after a career break by working with employers who share the common objective of increasing diversity in STEM and creating a sector where everyone feels valued, supported and included. The STEM Returners project facilitates paid short-term employment placements for professionals returning to work after a career break. Alongside the experience gained from the work placement, the STEM Returners project will also provide support for the candidate in advice, career coaching, networking opportunities and mentoring. All of the candidates going through the programme will also have the opportunity to restart their career in a permanent position at the end of the programme.

Website: www.stemreturners.com

The World of CODE

Your one-stop-shop for all your software development needs.
CODE can help you with custom software development, consulting, training, staffing, conferences, events, webinars, mentoring, and so much more! CODE: Helping people build better software since 1993!

Website: www.codemag.com/magazine


BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is the professional body for the people who work in tech — and together we’re on a mission to build a safe and bright digital future for everyone in society. To do this we need an IT profession that’s innovative, diverse and inclusive. We work with key partners and our global membership community to improve tech education, influence ethical practice, break down barriers and support digital talent in all its forms. Get on board at bcs.org

Website: bcs.org

FinTech Scotland

FinTech Scotland is an independent not for profit cluster body jointly established with the financial services sector, universities and Scottish Enterprise to ensure that Scotland seizes the FinTech opportunities and achieves positive economic and social outcomes by encouraging financial innovation, collaboration and inclusion as part of the broader digital economy objectives.

The organisation acts as a strategic enabler and cluster management body focused on leveraging the potential economic (i.e. productivity, innovation, business creation, employment) and social (i.e. financial inclusion, well-being and accessibility) benefits arising from becoming a leading global centre focused on Fintech innovation.

FinTech Scotland’s objectives are to develop an innovative community of FinTech firms, generate impactful collaborations between firms of all sizes and foster an inclusive cluster which is UK and globally recognised and connected.

Website: www.fintechscotland.com

Girls Into Coding (GIC) 

Girls Into Coding (GIC) is a social enterprise founded by Avye, a now 16-year-old multi-Tech award winner. She runs the organisation alongside her mother Helene.

Their overarching objectives are to address & champion gender diversity & break down barriers and stereotypes that discourage girls from pursuing technology & engineering and help bridge the gender gap in STEM.
GIC engages girls, with hands-on opportunities in robotics, coding, engineering, physical computing, and 3D printing – developing their confidence & sense of belonging in tech settings & a belief in their abilities. All girls should be able to access such opportunities. Girls Into Coding provides these opportunities FREE of charge to benefit girls from a diverse range of backgrounds.

GIC wants to directly engage at least 1000 girls every year with hands-on workshop opportunities, and inspiring talks to sustain their interest, initially, so that they have the opportunity to explore the tech & engineering space further, ultimately helping to bring about a situation where girls & women are engaged in STEM activities, education & careers, equally comfortable, with an equal sense of belonging and in equal numbers.

Website: www.girlsintocoding.com


CIISec is the natural home for the cyber professional community at every stage of their career and is committed to raising the standard of professionalism in information and cybersecurity. This is achieved through having programmes that support Development, Recognition and Success.

  • Development – CIISec is the place to go for cyber professional development and ethical practice.
  • Recognition – CIISec provides an authoritative voice for the cyber industry and recognition of excellence in practice.
  • Success – CIISec helps you and your business succeed securely in the digital world.

CIISec work to attract talent to the cybersecurity profession and provide a universally accepted focal point for the information cybersecurity profession. It is an independent not-for-profit body representing over 35,000 individuals in the information and cybersecurity industry. Governed by its members, it ensures standards of professionalism for training, qualifications, operating practices and individuals.

Website: https://www.ciisec.org

Showtime Photo Booth

Showtime Photo Booth is the go to company for photo booth hire in London. Leaders in experiential & brand activations, corporate events, weddings & private parties in the capital. With 9 different styles of photo booths to choose from and prop boxes filled with hats, wigs, and masks to let loose your silly, they are our partner of choice. Our booth of choice is the GIF Photo Booth.

Coding Black Females

Coding Black Females is the largest network of black female developers in the UK. Established in 2017, we are a non profit organisation with the aim to grow and inspire the community of black female developers.

We have regular meetups to provide a safe space to learn, have discussions, network, share knowledge and showcase our talents.

We want our members at the beginning of their careers to see that the tech industry is accessible, whilst enabling our experienced members to share their knowledge, use their skills, and provide support/mentorship to other members of the community.

Website: codingblackfemales.com