Early Tech Career Network: Intro to Data Ethics
The Early Tech Career Network was established by techUK to bring together leading technology companies and enable people entering the tech industry the opportunity to build their knowledge and add value to the organisations for which they work.
The main purpose of the network is to connect with others who are also new to the sector and network to build up a platform for support. Those who join us will also hear from individuals in senior positions about their career journeys.
If you are early in your tech career, please join us for a networking and seminar event hosted at Visa Europe, looking at an introduction to Data Ethics with great speakers to be confirmed.
Thursday 7 November, 6:00pm – 8:00pm (registration from 5:45pm)
Visa Europe, 1 Sheldon Square, London, W2 6TT
They'll be a light buffet and lots of drinks to round the evening off. We welcome all who are interested in meeting with likeminded tech professionals early in their career!
To book your place, register here.
If you have any issues or queries, contact Nimmi Patel: email@example.com.
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