South West startups using tech to build a more inclusive future

Inclusivity is not something we can achieve without putting in the work. The…


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Diversily set to help local organisations with their inclusion practices

Diversily is offering its Inclusion Ideathon for organisations that want to…


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EmPowerCyber hosts UK’s largest event to inspire girls into cyber

The UK’s largest non-profit cybersecurity cluster, CyNam, has joined forces…


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We need you to join the SHIFT Speaker Database today!

It’s been a year since we officially launched the SHIFT Speaker Database…


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MotherBoard: Building fairer workplaces for working mums

MotherBoard is a Charter, community and event series that has been created to…


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iO Academy launches Coding Quick Start course for beginners

Award-winning Bath-based coding bootcamp and tech training provider, iO Academy…


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Guest blog: Diversity training isn’t just a box ticking exercise

Thanks to Harry Picken founder and director of Wave Marketing for this…


Core to Cloud teams up with breast cancer charity Brighter Futures to inspire the next generation of women into IT

On the 10th of November, in support of Brighter Futures, a Swindon-based cancer…