not your average women-in-tech event
Join us remotely, from the comfort of your own home. We'll be about mindfulness, designing for belonging, psychological safely, side projects and career changes.
Staying in our comfort zone is easy. But something we've found is that great things happen when you force yourself to step outside of it.
This month’s Triangirls event focused on the new year and setting achievable goals.
This month’s Triangirls event was a special one – open to anyone interested in allyship.
This month's speakers shared how they've overcome their biggest fears.
In the workshop, together we identified an area where change might be impacting you and, using a creative exercise, we helped frame it more positively.
Meet other working parents to discuss how to manage work/life balance with the addition of little ones.
How to get promoted in-house and then balancing time when you step up to manage people.
For Pride we're celebrating the LGBT+ community with talks on crafting inclusive teams and the importance of using correct pronouns.
We had a panel discussion framed around the successes and accomplishments of the amazing women who’ll be joining us.
How to recognise when it’s happening and how to use boundaries and other tools to come through it, avoiding future occurrence.
Learn how to spot destructive thought patterns, manage anxiety & start being kinder to yourself.
A panel discussion for International Women's Day about why it's important to have women representation in tech
We shared some tips on making public speaking easier, and maybe even seem less scary.
In the words of Cap Watkins: “Congratulations. You got promoted – now prepare to suck at a completely different job.”
Zoe Laughlin joined us to speak to us about how she got to where she is today in her career, and her approach to designing physical products.
What a blast our first birthday party was! It was the perfect way to thank our community and sponsors for your support.