The fourth annual London Technology has come to an end; the capitals biggest festival of live events demonstrated the finest of technology and helped entrepreneurs learn, network and collaborate. Since the official opening by the mayor of London, Sadiq Kahn, there has been over 300 events taken place, including: panel discussions, workshops, hackathons, large scale conferences and socials. A busy schedule for the 40,000 attendees from an estimated 70 different countries.
This week, Alison chaired the “Women in Digital” event at Teesside University’s Digital City. Co-organised by students, the event opened up the debate on gender diversity in the digital sector and generated solutions to create a thriving environment for digital business in the North East.