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Women in Tech North East secures future as a Community Interest Company


A North East group dedicated to representing women in the region’s technology sector has announced it has become a Community Interest Company (CIC).


Kathryn Wharton, co-director, chairs a panel session at a Women in Tech North East event in partnership with Womble Bond Dickinson (Image: Flamingo Heights)
Kathryn Wharton, co-director, chairs a panel session at a Women in Tech North East event in partnership with Womble Bond Dickinson (Image: Flamingo Heights)

The founders of Women in Tech North East said the move marks a significant step, providing structure and sustainability while also boosting its ability to launch strategic partnerships and projects.


Women in Tech North East was originally founded in 2022 as an informal network but its group of volunteers have steered it growth into a leading cluster for collaboration, education, skills and career development. It now has more than 1,000 members who tap into its networking events, online network and resources to help work towards an inclusive and equitable tech industry within the North East.

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