The economies of most developed countries, including the United Kingdom, are bolstered by the resilience and hard work of their immigrant communities. Migrant workers provide critical services such as nursing and transportation, all while being far away from the security...
In the spirit of St Patrick's Day on the 17th March, we asked some influential figures from the tech industry to share what makes them feel fortunate about their work.
Are you wondering how to stay ahead of the steep innovation curve facing organisations across the tech sector? Recent research indicates that providing diversity and inclusion (D&I) training may be the best place to start.
We are delighted to announce that Women in Tech Dublin is returning this October 15-16, 2020 and promises to be even better than ever before.
Caragh O'Carroll speaks to us about her role in the technology sector and shares her thoughts on Ireland's Women in Tech Dublin, taking place 12-13th September 2019
Ruth Scott speaks to us about her role in Ireland's broadcasting industry and shares why she's excited to be chairing Women in Tech Dublin, taking place 12-13 September 2019
From personalised news to character-driven strategy games, here's how successful women entrepreneurs in Ireland are changing the digital landscape
With all eyes focused on Brexit it can be hard for companies to see past it. But, coming hot on its heels, is the Gender Pay Gap Legislation and smart organisations are already starting to prepare