Digital Women UK was launched at City Hall in September 2013 to facilitate female creatives, emerging and established entrepreneurs and women in tech to fully engage with digital entrepreneurship, actualise their aspirations and help shape their vision.
Our core programme is Missing in Action: Women and Digital Enterprise in the UK, which we run in partnership with our Academic Partner Dr Angela Martinez Dy, lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Glendonbrook Centre for Enterprise Development, Loughborough University London
Missing in Action (MIA) provides a creative, reflective and dynamic space for female creatives, women in tech and emerging entrepreneurs, to explore internal barriers (and myths) around their relationship with money, self care and the so-called ‘Imposter Syndrome’. The programme has guest speakers and is facilitated by an exciting and experienced group of multi disciplinary practitioners (from mindfulness coaches, to accountants to nutritionists) who lead workshops, give interactive talks and host breakfast and evening networking events to give participants the chance to share ideas, connect and leave with useful tools to apply to their practice.
We will soon be posting information about our September 2017 events and our third anniversary MIA seminar in Birmingham in November 2017.
Our new site will be live by early August 2017.