Women in Tech. Fest 2018


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Women in Tech. Fest 2018 in a nutshell….

Evolving the success of the Women in Tech. conference series, this re-imagined concept focusses on content, experience, engagement, interaction, inspiration, innovation and networking. You’re not just sitting around a conference room, you’re in power talks, roundtables by the pool, fast sprint workshops, start-up investor pitching competitions and much, much more…

You’ll be hanging out with Australia’s most successful tech founders, leaders and role models from diverse industries and skill sets covering devops, systems, digital, IT, ICT and sales, in an inclusive and supportive environment. And did we mention it’s on the Gold Coast?!

“I am proud to have been involved with the Women in Tech. conference since its inaugural year. I love its supportive yet inspirational vibe, and I think the networking and collaboration opportunities it offers women are fantastic.” Rachel Byrne, Product Owner, Aged Care Digital Journey, BUPA Aged Care

Why you need to be at the Women in Tech. Fest

  • In the Gold Coast for the first time – fully immerse yourself in the experience, with engaging sessions before and after normal conference times
  •  Leadership and career progression – develop the skillset to advance your career and get inspired to move into and beyond senior roles
  • Hear from experts on the future of tech and discover how you can make strategic decisions and investments in cyber, AI, blockchain, VR, data, and more…
  • More interaction – speed networking, new roundtables, fast sprints, a site-visit and more…
  •  Engage with leading start-ups and learn from the innovators in the conference program and at the off-site pitching competition at the GC Hub
  • Hear from five students from the Pacific Pines Tech Girls School on how they developed the award-winning SunFun app

Speakers at Women in Tech. Fest 2018
Rhody Burton, Head of Cloud, Google
Sandra Ragg, Head of the Office of the Prime Minister’s Cyber Security Adviser, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
Tracey Evans, Head of Group Applications, SEEK
Ruth Hatherley, Founder, Moneycatcha
Angela Goodsir, Chief Technology and Systems Operations Officer, Multi Channel Network
Samantha Mitchell, Chief Digital Officer, Coca-Cola Amatil
Katrina Donaghy, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Civic Ledger
Angela Coble, Director Business Technology Leader, Johnson and Johnson
Claudia Warwar, Cyber Security Principal – Business Technology Services, Security Services, Telstra
Fiona Habermehl, Executive Director, EY
Debbie Browning, Group Manager Infrastructure Services & Delivery, Origin Energy
Ayten Ozenc, Head of Delivery & Governance, Toll Group
Beth Patterson, Chief Legal & Technology Officer, Allens
Shireen Yip, Chief Operations Officer, TravelbyBit
Lucy Cameron, Strategic Insights, Data61, CSIRO

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