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All-women tech conferences don’t reflect workplace reality

They need to talk to men instead...

22nd May, 2016
Hazel Moore of FirstCapital

Traditional women-in-tech conferences, where the attendees are all female, don’t work, according to the co-founder of a specialist investment bank that advises tech firms.

Hazel Moore, who leads the strategic development of FirstCapital and oversees the decision making of its board, said what tech conferences need to do is to talk to men instead.

“My personal issue with women’s conferences is that it’s always women talking to other women. We need to be...

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