The November meeting of Women in Telecoms & Technology (WiTT) celebrates women entrepreneurs in tech with a panel discussion among leading women who have founded, grown, sold, and promoted businesses in the tech sector. Our women entrepreneurs event is timed to take place immediately before Global Entrepreneurship Week, which runs from 16-22 November this year.
Audrey Mandela, WiTT Chair and co-founder of Multimap.com, will chair the panel. Our speakers will include:
- Alina Lapusneanu, CEO and Co-founder, Fiskl; and
- Amy Williams, Founder and CEO, Good-Loop.
- Other speakers will be announced closer to the date.
Our panel will discuss their views and experiences, including:
• panelists’ own challenges in starting and growing (and in some cases selling) their businesses;
• best and worst decisions made while building their businesses;
• whether panelists believe there are differences between male and female entrepreneurs, the types of businesses they start, their management styles, and their experiences raising capital;
• views on scaling up businesses started in the UK; and
• advice for other women entrepreneurs.
For more information or to register, please use this link: https://witt-women-tech-entrepreneurs-2020.eventbrite.co.uk
(All WiTT events for 2020 are free of charge and will be held on Zoom.)
We look forward to seeing you on November 9th!
The WiTT Board
Annette, Audrey, Helen, Michelle, Stephanie and Yasmeen
Founder & CEO
Amy is on a mission to convert people’s attention and data into funding for good causes around the world. She co-founded Good-Loop in 2016 after turning her hand from advertising at Ogilvy to volunteering at a soup-kitchen in Argentina. Today working with the likes of Nestlé, Unilever, the Co-Op, Coca-Cola and H&M, Amy’s ‘ethical ad platform’ rewards consumers who choose to engage with advertising by donating to their chosen charity, whilst delivering better ROI for advertisers. It’s Yin Yang; a win-win. Amy is one of Forbes Europe’s 30 under 30, Ad Age’s 2020 Women to Watch Europe, listed as part of the BIMA 100 and a face of the United Nations #SheInnovates global campaign.