Girls in Tech London launch event: sign-ups now open.

So, without further delay we are pleased to announce the Girls in Tech London launch event on June 1st at Google Campus from 12pm-6pm. Our fabulous sponsors Google and Criteo have helped us line up some fabulous speakers. You can see some of the names here.

The GIT EURO 100: nominate the best women in tech in Europe.

For the occasion of our launch event, we’re also launching the first-ever list of the top 100 women in tech in Europe! If you know someone who should be recognised for their great contribution to entrepreneurship or the tech ecosystem, please feel free to nominate them!

Want to attend?

The event is FREE to attend and open to men and women alike. However, space is incredibly limited. Therefore, we ask that you introduce yourself if you’d like to attend and we’ll be in touch with an invite shortly.


For any additional questions on sponsoring, speaking or whathaveyou, please feel free to get in touch.

It’s official. Girls in Tech London is finally here.

That’s correct, it’s official. After months and months of talking about launching the group, we’ve finally lined up a fabulous team and are preparing for an amazing first event!

Meet the Girls in Tech London Team.

But before we get into the event details, I’d like to introduce myself, my co-founders for the London chapter and the organization itself.

Here’s are the 3 of us who are running the London Chapter of Girls in Tech. You can read more about us on the team page.

Girls in Tech, WTF?

For anyone who doesn’t know Girls in Tech, the group was started in 2007 in San Francisco by Adriana Gascoigne. Today there are chapters all over the world – in countries like France, Greece, Singapore, China, Taiwan, the US and more – and there are over 8,500 members across the globe.

Oh. Girl talk? Yuck.

The purpose of Girls in Tech is simply to promote the visibility of women in technology and entrepreneurship. We like to do this by hosting events where our speakers are primarily women. Impressive, tech women.

We don’t sit around complaining about why life is unfair for women, because it’s not! We’re not man haters or bra burners. We’re just girls who like tech and who want to encourage more women to join the fun. We hope that by sharing some of the insights of our best female examples, more women will be encouraged to participate in a sector that has traditionally been very masculine.

Now, if you’re wondering about the launch event, stay turned. We’ll be launching sign-ups shortly!