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Bristol Tech Fair 2019, Saturday 9th November

September 3rd 2019

Due to popular demand, Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol are hosting another super accessible Tech3Shed Careers Fair, this time on Saturday 9th November 2019.

For this Novembers event, we have teamed up with Technotopia and the WISE Campaign to form Bristol Tech Fair and will be at Colston Hall, Bristol;  this will be a featured event at the first Bristol Technology Festival.

If you are recruiting and are serious about wanting a diverse and welcoming workplace then this is the place to be.   The last event the feedback was brilliant, no one was ignored and everyone who came got a chance to engage with candidates and candidates with real company people and not just recruiters.   That’s not us blowing our own trumpet – that was the real feedback from our post event survey.  Some companies came because they simply wanted to engage, have some visibility, support the women in their careers and – well – blow their own trumpets, which we loved!

 

Please follow this link summarising the detail of Novembers’ Tech3Shed Careers Fair Sponsorship Packages and email us on info@wthub.org if you simply want to know more!

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