The November meeting of Women in Telecoms & Technology (WiTT) will celebrate women entrepreneurs in tech with a panel discussion among leading women who have founded, grown, and in some cases sold businesses in the tech sector. Our women tech entrepreneurs event has been timed to take place in the week before Global Entrepreneurship Week, which runs from 13-19 November this year.
Audrey Mandela, WiTT Chair and co-founder of Multimap.com, will chair the panel. Our speakers will be announced soon.
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 of raising capital;
- views on scaling up businesses started in the UK; and
- advice for other women entrepreneurs.
WiTT would like to thank Michelmores LLP for hosting this event.
To register, please use this link: https://WiTT-WomenTechEntrepreneurs23.eventbrite.co.uk
Chair, Women in Telecoms & Technology / Co-Founder, Multimap /Independent Consultant / Angel Investor
Audrey Mandela is chair of Women in Telecoms & Technology (WiTT), a networking group for women in the sector. She also runs Mandela Associates, which provides market research and consulting services for select clients in the telecom, internet and geographical information sectors.
Audrey was Co-Founder of Multimap, one of the world’s leading online mapping providers, where she acted as the company’s corporate counsel and marketing director, and was a board director. Multimap was acquired by Microsoft in December 2007.
Audrey was formerly Senior Vice President, International, for the Yankee Group, one of the industry’s leading IT research firms. As Senior VP, Audrey was responsible for managing the Yankee Group’s research, consulting and sales activities in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Audrey is also a member of the advisory board of Angel Academe, an angel network that focuses on investments in women-led businesses; and an advisor for TEDxLondonBusinessSchool; a non-executive director on several tech start-ups; she recently served as a board director for Wedu, a charity that mentors and supports young women leaders from underserved communities in Southeast Asia.