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Attracting, retaining and advancing women to and in the IT profession – stepping up the UK efforts
You are invited to the launch of W-Tech at 10:30 on 3 February 2009 at Savoy Place, London.
An initiative by BCS and womenintechnology.co.uk, W-Tech 2009 is a key step in changing the way the UK attracts, retains and advances women in the IT profession.
At the launch we have set up a panel to make a call to action to help stem the dramatic fall in the levels of women participating in IT. By coming along you will be able to contribute to the debate and shape the BCS strategy on women in IT.
You will also be able to meet and connect with over 500 technical women who have already registered to attend W-Tech and meet with industry experts and professionals.
Outline Programme 10:30 Registration 11:00 Welcome from Professor Dame Wendy Hall, Panel and Q&A 12:15 Lunch and opportunity to speak with stall holders W-Tech attendees, circulate with exhibitors and visit a workshop
Chaired by BBC journalist Kate Russell panel members will include Rebecca George of Deloitte, Deanna Kosaraju, Anita Borg Institute, Christina Scott, Head of Software Engineering (BBC) as well as the chief of staff from Microsoft.
Please RSVP to Debbie Townsend at email@example.com marking your email subject with W-Tech Opening. We hope to see you there.
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