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Diversity in Tech: Throwaway or Here to Stay?

1st May 2019 in London at CodeNode

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For every £1 of venture capital investment in the UK, just 1p goes to all-female led teams. Diversity initiatives and a government agenda are now in place to counter this long-lived trend. But do they have a backbone or are they just well-meaning Initiatives that only scratch the surface of the problem?

In this talk, Emma draws on her own experiences exploring this, tokenism vs impact and recent trends in free speech that may threaten the very foundation of this movement.

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Diversity in Tech: Throwaway or Here to Stay?

Emma Obanye

Emma Joy Obanye is the Head of Delivery of Capital Enterprise’s ‘OneTech’. An entrepreneur, advisor, mentor and tech geek from Hackney, Emma has spent the last 15 years building products and leading teams in both the corporate and startup world.

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For every £1 of venture capital investment in the UK, just 1p goes to all-female led teams. Diversity initiatives and a government agenda are now in place to counter this long-lived trend. But do they have a backbone or are they just well-meaning Initiatives that only scratch the surface of the problem?

In this talk, Emma draws on her own experiences exploring this, tokenism vs impact and recent trends in free speech that may threaten the very foundation of this movement.

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About the Speaker

Diversity in Tech: Throwaway or Here to Stay?

Emma Obanye

Emma Joy Obanye is the Head of Delivery of Capital Enterprise’s ‘OneTech’. An entrepreneur, advisor, mentor and tech geek from Hackney, Emma has spent the last 15 years building products and leading teams in both the corporate and startup world.

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