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Women in Tech Employer Awards 2019 Announced

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Shining a spotlight on women in technology and those that champion them, the winners of the 2019 Women in Tech Employer Awards have been announced.

The Women in Tech Employer Awards launched and managed by womenintech.co.uk, aim to give recognition to employers and individuals who are going above and beyond to help close the gender gap within the technology industry.

WomeninTech.co.uk is a site dedicated to providing opportunities and advice for women who are currently in or are looking to get into the technology industry. The site is rich with career advice, employer profiles, tech events, a job search and over 100 case studies to support and encourage those who wish to develop a career in IT.

The categories for the awards and 2019 winners were as follows:

  • Female Tech Employer of the Year

Winner: Amazon

  • Women in Tech Employee of the Year

Winner: Sheree Atcheson, Deloitte

  • Female Grad Tech Employer of the Year

Winner: FDM Group

  • Women in Tech Initiative of the Year

Winner: KPMG LLP

  • Women in Tech Network of the Year

Winner: Deloitte

  • Best Recruitment Agency of the Year

Winner: Evolution Recruitment Solutions

  • Recruitment Campaign of the Year

Winner: KPMG LLP

  • Women in Tech Role Model of the Year

Winner: Lucy Hall, Digital Women

Yasmin Ledward from Womenintech.co.uk said:

“It is clear that there are great market initiatives to encourage more women into tech and close the gender gap. We were very impressed with all of the nominations this year as each one showed a different approach to encourage women into technology. It is important to carry on recognising all the hard work employers are doing. The skills gap in technology can be dramatically closed if there is a greater and more diverse talent pool.”

For more information on the winners from the 2019 Women in Tech Employer awards: https://www.womenintech.co.uk/employer-awards/winners-2019

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