Women in a Technology Driven World

The Embassy of Hungary, 35 Eaton Place, London SW1X 8BY
Wednesday 27th November 2019 8:30am to 10:00am Add to my calendar
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Join us for a special event at The Embassy of Hungary with Ambassador Kristof Szalay-Bobrovniczky and WIBF President Vivienne Artz on Wednesday 27th November.

A business breakfast will be followed by a panel discussion on “Women in a Technology Driven World” moderated by Melanie Seymour, Managing Director, Head of BlackRock Budapest and Head of Global Client Service and WIBF Advisory Board Member.

Panellists will include the following experts:

This event will explore the challenges and opportunities for women in technology both in the UK and Hungary. The panel will provide key insights into the challenges when entering, re-entering, transitioning or progressing within technology and will discuss the steps both firms and individuals can take to overcome these challenges. We look forward to hearing from our expert panel as they share their insights on how to improve gender equality in a technology driven world.

There will be an opportunity for audience questions following the panel discussion.


08.30am – Registration and a buffet breakfast

09.00am – Panel Discussion led by Melanie Seymour

09.45am – Q&A

10.00am – Close


This event is sold out, but please join the waiting list if you want to be automatically assigned any returns. Tickets often become available.


The Embassy of Hungary
35 Eaton Place
London, SW1X 8BY

The Embassy of Hungary,35 Eaton Place,London,SW1X 8BY


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