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London Technology Week 2015

London Technology Week 2015

The Wise Young Women's Board attended London Tech Week events at Goldman Sachs Engineering and University of Westminster.

16 June 2015

Goldman Sachs Engineering – Solutions to Complex Problems at Scale

WISE Communications Director, Sarah Shaw and members of the WISE Young Women's Board attended this event which showcased the high-end technology giving Goldman Sachs competitive advantages in their sector. The Board members met other WISE members from Goldman Sachs and networked with attendees from tech-based companies across London.

Left to right: WYWB member Vedika Dalmia of Bloomberg meeting Liz Walker and Michelle Forster of the Goldman Sachs Workflow Consulting team

Left to right: Jo Alma Managing Director and Kim Fernee Vice President of Goldman Sachs and WYWB member Sian Cleaver of Airbus Defence & Space

University of Westminster - Enterprise and Innovation in Science and Technology

WISE Partnership Manager, Barbara Dischinger, and members of the WISE Young Women's Board met academics, students and corporate guests of the University’s Science and Technology department at this event to highlight enterprise and innovation in the field.

Left to right: WYWB member Anna Cheng, Intel Corporation (UK) Ltd, Professor Jane Lewis Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean and Professor Thierry Chaussalet, Faculty Director of Business Development both of the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Westminster, WYWB member Lucy Collins, Ministry of Defence, and WYWB member Emilie Ravel of Rolls-Royce PLC.

Bloomberg London Tech Week Breakfast: Exploring Creative Workspaces

WISE Chair Trudy Norris-Grey of Microsoft also spoke at a Bloomberg Tech Breakfast as part of this week long event. The rise of creative work spaces and digital startups is transforming the way we work. This discussion explored the intersection of technology and business, and the ways in which creative environments have a positive impact on productivity. Dame Tessa Jowell delivered the Keynote Address.

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