Everywoman – Women In Technology Forum & Awards
Tech Forum is the UK’s largest tech forum for women.
The 2017 Everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology, gathered both male and female forward-thinking futurists, many of the brightest business leaders in tech and some of the finest motivators and professionals in female development. This was an energising one-day event followed by an awards evening dinner, with an audience of 600 people attending the daytime forum.
Over 550 business and technology leaders gathered at the London Hilton on Park Lane on the evening of 9 February, where the winners of the 2017 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards were unveiled. Supported by techUK, this is one of the UK’s best-loved Awards programmes, celebrating achievements and championing the advancement of women in technology and STEM careers.
UKs Largest Tech Forum For Women
5 Star Luxury Hotel
Twitter Wall Feature At Event
The London Hilton, a luxury 5-star hotel located on Park Lane provided the perfect backdrop for the event. It provided a main conference room and three further smaller rooms for breakout, together with a delegate registration area.
With a backdrop of two large projection screens against a black cloth background, the morning presentation featured a few speakers delivering focused presentations on specific topics, using a mixture of talks, interviews and videos to keep the audience engaged.
The main conference room was split into 3 smaller rooms for the afternoon, for the delivery of six separate breakout sessions.
The main room was then transformed over the course of 1.5hrs into an awards set up for dinner. The black cloth backdrop was changed to Starcloth and the room was lit to provide a more dinner and awards atmosphere.
UKSV supplied content management and audio stings (pre-event), a full stage, set design and build, and support, with full audio-visual support.
The event was extremely interactive. During the lunch break, the audience moved to the networking area where a large ‘Twitter Wall’ was installed.
Everywoman enhances the potential of female talent, helping organisations bridge the gender pay gap with a range of products and services. They run a portfolio of high profile awards programmes that celebrate the achievements of women across a diverse range of sectors and industries.