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Win a Ticket to everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology 2016
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Win a Ticket to the everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology worth £400.
After phenomenal success over the past year, the 2016 everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology will take place in London on Tuesday 23rd February, when attendees will hear from international leaders at the forefront of multi-million pound businesses as well as a wide range of career development specialists, and innovative entrepreneurs.
Everywoman is a great organisation that makes it their mission to encourage and nurture the advancement of women in business.
The everywoman Forum will take the topic of ‘Be Seen, Be Heard, Be Memorable’ and provide a fantastic opportunity for women from across the country to learn, share, engage and be inspired by some of technology’s most influential female figures and role models.
Some of the confirmed speakers include leaders from some of the world's most influential and instantly recognizable tech enterprises including Etsy, BT, Sony Professional Services, Fujitsu, Microsoft, Barclays, Skimlinks, & Seenit. How to enter
For your chance to win one of our free tickets, please complete any one of the following (or complete all three to triple your chances!)
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