Jun
21
7:30 am07:30

WiTWA Technology Series

Is being connected taking over our lives? How do organisations respond to the impacts, opportunities and expectations of a digitally connected workforce?

More details to follow soon

Jun
21
8:30 am08:30

WiTWA Techtrails @Kalamunda Senior High School

  • Kalamunda Senior High School

Our June techtrails STEM incursion for 2017 is scheduled for 21 June at Kalamunda Senior High School, Western Australia. For this incursion we have another fantastic and inspirational group of STEM professionals, industry experts and entrepreneurs lined up to meet the students and share their stories and experiences as part of this incursion. Some of our featured STEM presenters include:

Susan Kreemer-Pickford, Engineers Australia
Marcel Wolfe, Kinetic IT
Jasmin Quek, Thoughtworks

Zainab Maleki, BankWest
Darren Lomman, Bloom WA.....and more


To find out more about our techtrails STEM program and how you could be part of future incursions either as a presenter or volunteer, please contact either:

Pia Turcinov
Co-Chair STEM & techtrails
Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0432 641 951
pia@witwa.org.au

Kay Hargreaves
Volunteer Manager
Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0423 170 353
kay@witwa.org.au

Chailee Richards
techtrails Project Co-ordinator
0439 511 338
chailee@twentytwenty.net.au

Sep
26
7:15 am07:15

Female CIO Leaders Forum

Creating a diversity driven organisational outcomes agenda – Breaking down unconscious gender bias and creating a pipeline of talent for female IT leadership

More details to follow soon

Oct
26
7:30 am07:30

WiTWA Technology Series

 

The role of digital professionals in supporting clients identify effective technology solutions

More details to follow soon

 


May
25
8:30 am08:30

WiTWA Techtrails @Butler College

  • Butler College

Our next techtrails STEM incursion for 2017 is scheduled for Thursday 25th May at Butler College in Butler, Western Australia. We are really looking forward to bringing another inspirational group of STEM professionals, industry experts and entrepreneurs to meet the Year 9 students and share their stories and experiences as part of this incursion. Featured STEM themes include presentations by the following great supporters:

  • Fleet Engineering
  • Kinetic IT
  • Diversifly
  • Thoughtworks
  • GRD Franmarine
  • Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research
  • BankWest
  • Bloom

To find out more about our techtrails STEM program and how you could be part of future incursions either as a presenter or volunteer, please contact either:

Pia Turcinov
Co-Chair STEM & techtrails
Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0432 641 951
pia@witwa.org.au

Kay Hargreaves
Volunteer Manager
Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0423 170 353
kay@witwa.org.au

Chailee Richards
techtrails Project Co-ordinator
0439 511 338
chailee@twentytwenty.net.au

May
17
5:30 pm17:30

WiTWA TECHXchange Meetup in May

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Tech events are notorious for their lack of diversity. Many event organisers do put in a lot of effort to attract presenters/speakers/facilitators/attendees of various genders and backgrounds and are disappointed when their efforts are not rewarded. This TechXchange event will look at various initiatives/ideas currently being implemented and what organisers still need to consider when planning an event that includes everyone. If you have ever been to an event and felt uncomfortable, or didn't need to wait in line for the bathroom (because you were the only attendee of your gender) or if you had an awesome experience and wish everywhere could be the same please come along. Help us to make the tech community a better/safer/diverse place.

As usual, we will be at the Cheeky Sparrow in Wolf Lane. Keep an eye out for our banners - you will find us upstairs. Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome - come on your own or bring a friend. Tickets are $15 for all and include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar.  Places are limited, so grab your ticket via Meetup or Eventbrite.

Our thanks to the Department of Local Government and Communities for sponsoring the WiTWA TECHXchange event series in 2017.

May
3
8:30 am08:30

WiTWA techtrails @ John Curtin College of the Arts

  • John Curtin College of the Arts

Our third techtrails STEM incursion for 2017 is scheduled for Wednesday 3 May at John Curtin College of the Arts in Fremantle, Western Australia.

We are really looking forward to bringing another inspirational group of STEM professionals, industry experts and entrepreneurs to meet the Year 9 students and share their stories and experiences as part of this incursion. Featured STEM industries may include:

  • Computer Programming
  • Cybersecurity
  • Information Technologies
  • Energy technologies
  • Augmented and virtual reality
  • Web & App Design
  • Engineering
  • Medical Technologies

To find out more about our techtrails program and how you could be part of future incursions either as a presenter or volunteer, please contact either:

Pia Turcinov
Co-Chair STEM & techtrails

Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0432 641 951
pia@witwa.org.au

Kay Hargreaves
Volunteer Manager

Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0423 170 353
kay@witwa.org.au

Chailee Richards
techtrails Project Co-ordinator

0439 511 338
chailee@twentytwenty.net.au

Apr
19
5:30 pm17:30

WiTWA April Meetup @the Cheeky Sparrow

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Please join us for our next informal networking event at the Cheeky Sparrow. Our Meetup's are casual and designed for members and non-members of all genders. Bring someone new and come meet the supporters of Women in Technology WA. Remember, we are "women focused, but men friendly", so please don't be shy gents!  As usual, we will be at the Cheeky Sparrow in Wolf Lane.  Keep an eye out for our banners - you will find us upstairs. Tickets are $10 (incl GST) for all and include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar.

Secure your tickets via Eventbrite or our Meetup Group. We look forward to seeing you there!

Mar
30
7:15 am07:15

WiTWA CIO Leaders Forum - CIOs Leading the Cyber Defence Charge

  • KPMG

As part of our Female CIO Leaders Forum series WiTWA would like to invite all CIOs and anyone interested in Cyber security to our CIO Leaders Forum breakfast - CIOs Leading the Cyber Defence Charge.

WiTWA in conjunction with event partner KPMG, is hosting a breakfast event and interactive panel Q&A session on 30 March 2017 for senior  IT professionals including CIO's, CTO's, Chief Digital Officers and IT Project Managers. This special event will provide a forum to discuss insights and experiences relating to a number of critical factors in formulating effective organisational cybersecurity responses.

Hear from our keynote speaker Professor Craig Valli (Director, ECU Security Research Institute) and an interactive panel of cybersecurity experts, including Emma Whitty (Vice President, Information Systems at Clough Ltd), Jackie Shervington (Strategic Growth Manager with BankVault) and Mourad Khalil (Technology Risk Advisory expert at KPMG). The panel will debate a range of topics including:

  • the latest cyber security risks, solutions and advances
  • how to reconcile cloud strategies and cybersecurity
  • new technologies and their cybersecurity impacts
  • how do we support the next generation CIOs will deal with the cyber challenge
  • overcoming cybersecurity challenges within existing policy frameworks
  • developing a proportionate understanding of the range of threats and vulnerability, and
  • the role of the female CIO in the cybersecurity charge

Cybersecurity is becoming an increasingly complex and challenging issue for organisations across the globe. Between July 2015 and June 2016, the Australian Cyber Security Centre responded to 14,804 cyber security incidents affecting Australian businesses, 418 of which involved systems of national interest and critical infrastructure.

With more and more high profile cyber security incidents being made public, awareness of the importance of this important topic continues to steadily increase. However, whilst in Australia the ongoing dialogue around cybersecurity is largely good, there is a need for a more in depth debate about this very significant challenge. A key challenge for many organisations is deploying the timely and appropriate response to these risks and ensuring sustainable mitigation strategies are in place to address these challenges.

Seats are strictly limited.  Register at Eventbrite. A light breakfast will be served, with formal presentations commencing at 7:45am.

Date: Thursday 30 March 2017
Time: 7:15am - 9:00am
Venue: KPMG, 235 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Cost: $65 incl. GST

For further details please contact:

Daniela Mattheys
Co-Chair Industry Engagement

Women in Technology WA Inc.
0434 609 141
daniela@witwa.org.au

Sheryl Frame
Vice-Chair/Industry Affiliates

Women in Technology WA Inc.
0402 213 409
Sheryl@witwa.org.au

Mar
29
8:30 am08:30

WiTWA techtrails @ Cecil Andrews College

  • Cecil Andrews College

Our second techtrails STEM incursion for 2017 is scheduled for Wednesday 29th March at Cecil Andrews College in Seville Grove, Western Australia.

We are currently seeking expressions of interest from local STEM professionals, industry experts and entrepreneurs wishing to share their stories and experiences in any of the following fields:

  • Robotics 
  • Mechanical Engineering 
  • Defence Forces 
  • Creative Arts & Technology
  • ICT
  • Cyber Security 
  • App Design

To find out more about the techtrails program and how you could be part of the incursion either as a presenter or volunteer, please contact either:

Pia Turcinov
Co-Chair STEM & techtrails

Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0432 641 951
pia@witwa.org.au

Kay Hargreaves
Volunteer Manager

Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0423 170 353
kay@witwa.org.au

Chailee Richards
techtrails Project Co-ordinator

0439 511 338
chailee@twentytwenty.net.au

Mar
15
5:30 pm17:30

WiTWA TECHXchange: Social Media Know-How

  • The Cheeky Sparrow

Come test your social media know-how and get some tips from Hayley Baldwin

Hayley Baldwin is a journalist turned marketing coordinator/social media nerd. For the past three years she has worked at geospatial technology company Takor Group, where she creates content for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and SnapChat. Hayley also creates advertising campaigns on Facebook and loves diving into the data she receives.  Hayley will be sharing some social media tips and incredible statistics about the impact social media has on us today. This will be followed by a fun quiz that will put your knowledge to the test and teach you a few surprises along the way.

As usual, we will be at the Cheeky Sparrow in Wolf Lane. Keep an eye out for our banners - you will find us upstairs. Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome - come on your own or bring a friend. Tickets for TECHXchange are $15 and include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar. 

Places are limited, so grab your tickets via Meetup or at Eventbrite

We would like to thank the Department of Local Government and Communities for supporting the 2017 TECHXchange Networking Series.

Mar
2
8:30 am08:30

WiTWA techtrails @ Ashdale Secondary College

  • Ashdale Secondary College

Our first techtrails STEM incursion for 2017 is scheduled for Thursday 2 March at Ashdale Secondary College in Darch, Western Australia.

We are thrilled to be bringing a group of inspirational local STEM professionals, industry experts and entrepreneurs to Ashdale to share their stories and experiences in a variety of the following fields:

  • Medical Technologies
  • Food Technologies
  • New energy technologies
  • Computer Programming
  • Augmented and virtual reality
  • Drone technologies
  • Web & App Design
  • Bio Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Food technology and Agriculture
  • Big Data
  • Cybersecurity & Cyberterrorism
  • The Internet of Things
  • Autonomous vehicles
  • Future retail technologies

To find out more about the techtrails program and how you could be part of future incursions, either as a presenter or volunteer, please contact either:

Pia Turcinov
Co-Chair STEM & techtrails
Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0432 641 951
pia@witwa.org.au

Kay Hargreaves
Volunteer Manager
Women in Technology WA (Inc.)
0423 170 353
kay@witwa.org.au

Chailee Richards
techtrails Project Co-ordinator
0439 511 338
chailee@twentytwenty.net.au

Feb
15
5:30 pm17:30

WiTWA February Meetup

  • Cheeky Sparrow

You are invited to join us to celebrate the start of 2017. This is our first event of the new year at the Cheeky Sparrow. Our Meetup's are casual and designed for members and non-members of all genders. Bring someone new and come meet the supporters of Women in Technology WA. Remember, we are "women focused, but men friendly", so please don't be shy gents!  As usual, we will be at the Cheeky Sparrow in Wolf Lane.  Keep an eye out for our banners - you will find us upstairs. Tickets are $10 (incl GST) for all and include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar.

Secure your tickets via Eventbrite or our Meetup Group. This year you will also be able to pay for your tickets by cash or credit card at the door on the night. We look forward to seeing you there!

Nov
16
5:30 pm17:30

WiTWA November Meetup

  • Cheeky Sparrow

It has been a busy year around town with a lot of wonderful new developments, and it looks like 2017 is shaping up to be no different. This will be our last monthly WiTWA meetup for the year, so don't forget to register and join us for a final chance to catch up with our Women in Technology WA Committee and our broader network. Our Meetup's are casual and designed for members and non-members of all genders.  Remember, we are "women focused, but men friendly" - so please don't be shy gents! Tickets are $10, including admission and gourmet pizzas. There will be a cash bar for you to buy refreshments. 

Secure your tickets on Eventbrite or at Meetup.com.

Oct
19
5:30 pm17:30

TechXchange: Robots, we need to talk!

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Integrating with robots: an ethical dilemma?

Join the debate to explore the ethical application of socialisation robots into education, healthcare and retail. Our special guest for this event will be Zorabot, a humanoid robot who will share her experiences before the topic is explored and debated by teams. How do you see robots integrating into society? 

Hosted by Smartbots COO, Anitra Robertson, this event will help shape your view and consider the ethical application, opportunities, challenges and drivers behind the introduction of humanoid socialisation robots into three different areas of our society. Join us, as we take a glimpse into the future! For a taster of Zora, watch this short video.

As usual, we will be at the Cheeky Sparrow in Wolf Lane.  Keep an eye out for our banners - you will find us upstairs. Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome - come on your own or bring a friend. Tickets are $10 for all and include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar. Spaces are limited to this event, so secure your ticket quickly. We hope to see you on the night.

Register and secure your $10 tickets either on Meetup or Eventbrite.

Sep
21
5:30 pm17:30

September WiTWA Meetup Event

These monthly informal meetup's are a great way to catch up with our Women in Technology WA Committee and the broader tech network in Perth.  Come along to open new doors, strengthen your networks, find out what is happening around town and discover hidden opportunities by connecting with others active in WA's technology sector. This casual event is designed for members and non-members of all genders. Tickets are $10, including admission and gourmet pizzas. There will be a cash bar for you to buy refreshments. We hope you can make it along this month!  Register to secure your ticket on either Eventbrite or on our Meetup page.

Aug
19
12:00 pm12:00

WA State of Innovation Summit: Women of Science and Innovation

  • Deloitte Perth - Auditorium (Ground Floor)

What will be the science gender distribution in Western Australia in 2030? Is WA's half population well represented on WA's innovation scene? What impact on WA's innovation ecosystem would an increasing number of women in STEM have in the next 15 years? Is this number really increasing? Join us at the WA - STATE OF INNOVATION Summit on Women of Scence and Innovation, to explore these challenges. Secure your tickets here

Moderator:

Senator Linda Reynolds, CSC. Senator for Western Australia

Panel of presenters:

  • Dr Carolyn McIntyre, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Exercise Medicine Research Institute, Edith Cowan University
  • Daniela Mattheys, Director – edoCEO futures, Executive Committee member WitWA (Women in Technology WA)
  • Zara Fisher, General Manager Rail Operations for Rio Tinto Iron ore in Western Australia
  • Siobhan Stuart, LEUT, Royal Australian Navy, Submarine Certification Manager
  • Marnie Giroud, River Guardians Program Manager – Dolphin Watch Program, Department of Parks and Wildlife

    WiTWA is collaborating with Innovate Australia to deliver this event.
Aug
17
6:30 pm18:30

One off screening in Perth of CODE: Debugging the gender gap

  • Event Cinema, Innaloo

Screening of CODE: Debugging the gender gap

CODE documentary exposes the dearth of American female and minority software engineers and explores the reasons for this gender gap. CODE raises the question: what would society gain from having more women and minorities code?

In America, tech jobs are growing three times faster than colleges are producing computer science graduates. By 2020, there will be one million unfilled software engineering jobs in the USA.  The film examines the reasons why more girls are not seeking opportunities in computer science and explores how cultural mindsets, stereotypes, educational hurdles and sexism all play roles in this national crisis.  It aims to raise awareness and inspire change in the educational system, in startup culture and in the way women see themselves in the field of coding.  It also identifies breakthrough efforts that are producing more diverse programmers. CODE asks and seeks to answer: what would society gain from having more women and minorities code and how do we get there?  There are strong parallels between the American and Australian/West Australian experience. 

Venue:  Event Cinema, Innaloo
Book your tickets here: https://www.tugg.com/events/105707
Please Note: A percentage of the ticket money collected will go to support WiTWA's techtrails initiative.

 


Aug
13
Aug 14

WiTWA Techtrails @ the 2016 Perth Science Festival

  • Perth Cultural Centre

Our next Techtrails will be part of the 2016 WA Science Week, Perth Science Festival

We will be participating in the 2016 Perth Science Festival by hosting a techtrails on Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th of August 2016. National Science Week is Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology. Running each year in August, it features more than 1,000 events around Australia, including those delivered by universities, schools, research institutions, libraries, museums and science centres. Over one million people participate in science events across the nation.  Last year WA’s Perth Science Festival held as part of the national program, attracted 26,000 visitors over the course of the weekend to the Perth Cultural Centre.

As the leading voice for women in Technology in WA, our work encourages diversity and supports women and young people in technology and science. A key WiTWA program delivered annually to achieve this goal is it’s techtrails careers showcase: a STEM program designed to encourage young people to consider careers in technology by providing an interactive showcase of diverse industry speakers who apply technology, science, mathematics and engineering in their daily work. 

This year WiTWA will bring techtrails to the 2016 Perth Science Festival by hosting a large marquee to demonstrate the work of 25 prominent STEM professionals to students, their families and the wider community and the important role science, technology, engineering, mathematics and innovation play in modern workplaces and future career choices. Bring your family, kids and friends, and make sure to say hello to our presenters, volunteers and supporters at the WiTWA Marquee! Look for us outside the Urban Orchard at the Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA.


Jul
20
5:30 pm17:30

TECHXchange: Security

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Our wonderful sponsors Kinetic IT will be hosting this hands-on event with a focus on security. 

We now operate in an era where cyber-attack has moved from a possibility into a certainty. No matter the size, scale or type of organization ignoring the risk is no longer a viable option. So how does a company start to address the problem and for those who want to develop a career in security where do you start?

Chris Bolan is the manager of the Security Operations Centre at Kinetic IT and has agreed to come and present at this event. Chris has substantial experience in the Security sector, has a background as both a manager and academic and is active on a number of committees and boards in the ICT industry. Chris will explore the current threat landscape and how organisations of all sizes are being targeted for attack. Learn how you can start protecting your environment and manage cyber security risks whilst developing your own skills in an area of high demand. 

Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome.  Tickets are $10 for all and will include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar. 

Register and get your ticket at the WITWA meetup page or if you prefer via Eventbrite.

We look forward to seeing you on the night!

 


Jun
16
9:00 am09:00

Techtrails at Living Waters Lutheran College

Techtrails is a day where technology professionals spend a day at a school to inspire  students to consider technology and science careers.

Presentation Themes:      
Computer programming/networking
Computer/software engineering
Gaming and app development
Graphic design
Engineering
STEM entrepreneurship

About the school

Living Waters Lutheran College is an independent Christian school providing a Kindergarten to year 12 education to the communities of Warnbro (Rockingham) and Halls Head (Mandurah), Western Australia.

 

Jun
15
5:30 pm17:30

Network with your fellow diversity supporters

  • Cheeky Sparrow

We have made it half way through 2016. It is definitely time for a well deserved break. So bring someone new and come meet the supporters of Women in Technology.

Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome. Tickets are $10 for all and will include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar. 

We look forward to seeing you there. 

Register and secure your ticket at the WITWA meetup page or through WITWA Eventbrite

May
18
5:30 pm17:30

TechXchange: Challenge.....Navigation for the visually impaired on mobile devices

  • Cheeky Sparrow

We all think we know the difference between a good and a bad website. But what makes a website inaccessible? Have you ever considered what challenges mobile devices present to the visually impaired? 

For our TECHXchange in May, WiTWA is lucky enough to be hosting the wonderful Vivienne Conway fresh from her trip to the 2016 Web for All Conference in Montreal to provide us with a thought provoking challenge and some insights into this issue. Using common in-built voice features in mobile devices, Vivienne will demonstrate some of the significant challenges the visually impaired face in navigating sites. 

Join us, challenge yourself and take part in what will no doubt lead to some interesting discussions.  Don't forget to bring your mobile device. 

As usual, we will be at the Cheeky Sparrow in Wolf Lane.  Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome - come on your own or bring a friend or colleague. Tickets are $10 for all and include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Register and secure your ticket at the WITWA meetup page.

Apr
20
5:30 pm17:30

Celebrate Diversity Month

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Did you know that April is 'Celebrate Diversity' Month? No?

Come along to the Cheeky Sparrow, meet some new people and share ideas. 

Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome. 

Tickets are $10 for all and will include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar.

So bring someone new and come meet the supporters of Women in Technology.

Remember, at WiTWA we are "women focused, but men friendly" so everyone is welcome. We are looking forward to seeing you there!  

Mar
23
7:30 am07:30

Female CIO's and IT Leaders Forum - The Changing Face of Technology

  • KPMG

WiTWA in conjunction with event partner KPMG, is hosting a breakfast roundtable event for senior female IT professionals, including CIO’s, CTO’s Chief Digital Officers and IT Project Managers. This very special event will provide an information sharing and networking forum to discuss insights and experiences relating to a number of crucial key themes affecting the ICT profession.  

The panel

Our expert panel featuring Sara Braund (CIO Woodside), Elizabeth Wilson (CIO Edith Cowan University) and Linda Pyrc (IT Manager, Toyota WA) will explore and discuss the challenges faced by female CIOs and senior female IT professionals, as well as the touch on:

  • Availability of qualified female candidates for senior IT leadership roles
  • Perceptions around current gender ratios in IT and technology professions
  • Gender bias and other drivers for lack of women in IT leadership roles 
  • STEM education and female mentorship
  • Role of Corporates and government in addressing gender balance in the IT sector
  • The importance of male leaders in the IT diversity conversation

It is a well-known fact that despite the number of female role models in leadership roles in the technology sector gradually rising, the industry still struggles to attract women into IT and technology careers. IT is largely perceived as a “geeky” male industry with just 28% of employees in the sector being female. In leadership positions this discrepancy is even greater, with just 14% of CIOs being female. The reasons for this are multifaceted and complex. In addition many women in IT leadership roles in Western Australia have expressed concern about the lack of effective networking and information sharing mechanisms particularly focused at senior female IT professionals, including CIO’s, CTO’s Chief Digital Officers and IT Project Managers.
Seats are stricly limited. A light breakfast will be served, with formal presentations commencing at 8am.  


WiTWA would like to thank KPMG for supporting this very special event.

Register

http://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/women-in-technology-wa-6126949513

Mar
16
5:30 pm17:30

WiTWA TECHXchange Meetup: What is your communication style?

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Join us at the Cheeky Sparrow for the first of our 2016 TECHXchange Sessions. Members and non-Members of all genders are welcome - at WiTWA we may be "women focused", but as always are "men friendly". Tickets are $10 (plus a small booking fee) for all and will include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. There will be a cash bar.  


Guest Speaker:  Francis Norman
Francis Norman has over 30 years experience working within and managing co-located and virtual project teams (http://ulfire.com.au/). He is also currently undertaking PhD research into virtual team communications and is the host of the podcast Virtual Team Dynamics – the Ulfire Podcast. Francis will be running an interactive session on Virtual Teams and communicating styles across different mediums. So come along and get your hands dirty. Learn skills to help you talk to your team (or your family during the holidays).
We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Tickets

http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/witwa-techxchange-meetup-what-is-your-communication-style-tickets-21599834687

Feb
17
5:30 pm17:30

Meet the new members of 2016

  • Cheeky Sparrow (in Wolf Lane)

Welcome to 2016!

Our first event of the new year is at Cheeky Sparrow. This is an open event and absolutely everyone is welcome.

Come and join us. Bring someone new and come meet the supporters of Women in Technology.

Tickets are $10 for all and will include gourmet pizzas and other nibbles. You can also buy drinks at the bar.

 

Feb
5
Feb 6

Meet up with Women in Technology

  • Cheeky Sparrow

Come and join the conversation at the Cheeky Sparrow. 

Open new doors, strengthen your networks and discover hidden opportunities  by connecting with others active in WA's technology sector.

This informal event is designed for members and non-members of all genders. So, everyone.

Join us for our first networking session for 2016.