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ASTIA

"The format of the event was perfect.  This was one of the most effective networking events I have attended, with the sort of people I would sacrifice my evening to meet and exchange views with."
Entrepreneur / angel investor

"Congratulations on the great reception you hosted at the House of Lords.  I was honoured and delighted to attend.  It was an impressive event." 
US CEO/entrepreneur

"Thank you for such a wonderful evening.  It was a true (and rare!) pleasure to spend time in the company of such a quality bunch of ladies."
CFO, digital media

"It was a fabulous event." 
Director, digital commerce

"Really useful for female senior executives within the technology sector. The attendees have deep and wide sector experience and can offer sound advice and guidance for the multiple challenges faced everyday when running a small tech business. I particularly appreciate the insights on fundraising and building towards the exit. I always learn something I can apply in my role. Lastly, the events foster an excellent networking environment, are hugely enjoyable and complemented by great venues, guest speakers and hospitality."  
CEO, VC-backed health tech

"One of the best events I have been to. I thoroughly enjoyed the discussion - different views and opinions but all eloquently expressed."
Head of Renewables

"One of the most interesting discussions by and about women in business that I have participated in."
Founder CEO, digital media consultancy

"It was a pleasure to meet so many energizing business women." 
Parliamentary Advisor on Entrepreneurship

"Inclusive yet exclusive." 
CEO, online media

"The evening was thoroughly enjoyable and extremely interesting with a very high calibre of speakers. Great set of minds! "
Commissioning Editor, TV

"Thank you for hosting a wonderful event. It's not often that I leave an event feeling inspired, but the speakers last night have done just that."
Co-founder, Gaming

"Many thanks for such a brilliant event last night. You were so welcoming & the speakers were fantastic. I look forward to attending another event in future."
Marketing Director, Online

"I wanted to thank you and your team for a very inspiring evening. I really enjoyed the speakers and their very different approaches to the topic."
Co-founder & Creative Director

"I have just attended my first Women 4 Technology event and was pleasantly surprised by the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere - so often lacking at networking events!  It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening, an informal ambience in a fabulous venue - I was very pleased I made the effort to attend."
COO, biotech

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Women 4 Technology is an informal network exclusively for female CEOs, CXOs, NEDs and investors in the technology sector.

Set up in Cambridge in 2009, Women 4 Technology expanded its remit to London in 2010, launched by Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia & Silicon Valley Woman of Influence, who flew in from meeting Senator Hillary Clinton in Washington DC to discuss women and entrepreneurship.

Recent event

Monday 23 June 2014, 18:00 - 20:00
River Room, House of Lords, London

Charity reception at the House of Lords

An invitation-only networking event for 80 - 90 female CEOs, CXOs, NEDs & investors in the technology sector.

Guest speaker: Martina King

Martina King is CEO of Featurespace, a Non-exec director at Cineworld, Debenhams and Capita Group and a Partner in Invoke Capital. 

Martina was formerly Managing Director of augmented reality company Aurasma, a spin-out from Autonomy, and has an extensive career in media technology. Her previous leadership roles include Managing Director of Capital Radio, where she doubled revenues as Sales Director and successfully defended the radio station’s number one position in London. Martina was also Managing Director for Europe at Yahoo!, where she rebuilt the UK and Ireland business after the ‘dot com’ collapse and subsequently led the rebuilding of Yahoo!’s European division.

This event is a charity reception in aid of Dreams Come True, a national children's charity working to bring joy to terminally ill and seriously ill children by making their dreams come true.

Attendance at this event is by invitation. Senior female decision makers in the technology sector interested in finding out more about this or future events please contact helen@baileyfisher.com

 

 

Previous guest speakers

We have been fortunate to have welcomed some truly inspirational guest speakers to our events.