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UK manufacturing and manufacturers are committed to growing and retaining talent, whilst inspiring the next generation of future makers. Together, through better representation, manufacturing is changing, adapting and transforming to meet the future needs of the UK economy.

As Europe’s leading technology festival, Tech Open Air is working to achieve equality and diversity in tech. With 43% of speakers and 44% of attendees being women, TOA is aiming to reach equal representation for the 2020 edition.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could search for job vacancies from a number of different sites all in one place? Jobsora eliminates the need to visit numerous sites to find your next role, saving you time, and making your job search more efficient. Furthermore, you can take advantage of Jobsora’s free service that connects job seekers to relevant employers! Visit Jobsora to find 1000s of jobs in the UK.


Code First: Girls is a Not for Profit Social Enterprise that trains women in IT skills and helps companies to develop more female‑friendly recruitment policies.


STEM Learning is the UK’s largest provider of education and careers support in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).


SheCanCode is an initiative aiming to bridge the digital skills gap by inspiring women to enter and remain in technology.

We want to change the perception of the tech industry, and show women how incredibly rewarding a career in this industry can be. 


The Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition is a Technology to Industry Event organised by Premier Publishing & Events. It brings together, National and International Technology and Hardware Providers across High-tech Manufacturing, Precision and Industrial Engineering, Industry 4.0, Robotics, Automation, 3D Composites and their individually related vertical sectors.

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