We're back at the beautiful Shoreditch House for our third Tech Talkfest event on Monday 25th February!
We've decided it's time for the women in technology to have their say at the third event and we will be talking to some of the most successful women in technology to explain how companies can create the right environment for women to pursue a technology career -- and also to just get their thoughts on hot tech topcis of the day.
Everyone is welcome at Tech Talkfest, from bloggers, journalists and researchers to start-ups, entrepreneurs and technology professionals - or even just people with a passion for new electronic developments. Our events are very varied and can include keynote speakers, panel discussions, "in conversation" sessions, product launches and more - always with a healthy dose of mixing and chatting with interesting people.
Our main aim is to connect people in the tech world - amazing new products with discerning journalists, start-ups with start-ups with complementary offerings or even consumers with tools to improve their lives. Technology is making the world ever smaller, but it's still the links from person to person that drive business and change.
More information available at http://www.techtalkfest.com/february.html
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Technology is making the world ever smaller, but it is still the connections from person to person that drive business and change. Our activities aim to inform and build connections. They are varied and include keynote speakers, panel discussions, "in conversation" sessions, product launches, recruitment and more. Always with a healthy dose of mixing and chatting with interesting people.
Zoe Cunningham is a passionate advocate of networking and in 2012 founded Tech Talkfest to help connect influential people in the technology world. She now runs the private members' network Exponential.
"Networking is essentially about making friends and being nice to people. You don't need to be a power-hungry empire builder, smooth-talking salesperson, or exuberant 'people person' to enjoy it" - Zoe Cunningham