Further speakers have been announced for Tech Show London, with a sensational line-up of technology pioneers featuring at the event whilst also supporting International Women’s Day.
With exactly a month to go until the 2023 event, it has been confirmed that Anne Boden, CEO of Starling Bank and Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller, former Director General of MI5 will be leading a keynote conversation on how to be an empowering leader as the world goes through constant change. Boden has been prominent in the news recently, following her leadership bringing the online bank a quadrupling of profits between 2022 and 2023.
Baroness Manningham-Buller is also one of the most prominent women in the world, with Forbes recognising her as one of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women in 2020. Key to this is her leadership of MI5 through a period of massive change thanks to recruitment and financial responsibility and doubling budgets thanks to increase threat of extremism and cyberthreats.
Renuka Jhalli, Conference Manager at CloserStill Media, said:
“There is no better way to mark International Women’s Day on 8th March than opening Tech Show London with two incredibly successful and powerful women.
“Thousands of industry leaders come to UK’s most important technology event for businesses because there are boundless opportunities to learn, network, and shape their digital future.”
A range of other inspirational speakers will grace the event, with attendees able to access conversations on a range of topics. These include tackling the technology skills shortage, workforce diversity, effective leadership, futurism, and sustainability. Some of the speakers include:
- Radia Perlman, Internet Hall of Famer.
- Dr Christyl Johnson, NASA’s Deputy Centre Director.
- Mike Hill, CDIO at the Cabinet Office.
- Prasana Gopalaskrishnan, Sky’s Group CTO.
- Zoe Kleinman, BBC’s Technology Editor.
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