EVENT: Women in Tech – Thursday 19th June at 7:30pm @CroydonCC #Croydon #TechCity


By - Monday 16th June, 2014

On Thursday 19th June, Croydon Tech City will be hosting a ‘Women in Tech’ event to put a spotlight on the work of some of the leading ladies in the London tech scene. Reserve your place here or email .


Juliana Meyer, Founder of SupaPass

SupaPass is an online music platform for artists to run their own subscription-based fan clubs. SupaPass won ‘Best European Startup’ at SXSW Hatch 2014 and Midem awarded it ‘Best UK Startup’ in 2013.

Marina Wegorek, Head of Entrepreneur Strategy at RBS

Marina’s role is to design, develop and implement RBS’s strategy to support entrepreneurs whilst delivering value to shareholders.

Alex Depledge,Founder of Hassle

Alex is the founder of Hassle, a London-based startup growing cleaning services locally and matching trustworthy providers to busy customers. Alex will be talking about her past year and how she recently raised $6million in venture funding.

Kirsty Bell, Founder of Look At This Job

Kirsty has recently set up in Croydon Tech City; Look At This Job is a crowdsourced recruitment platform that enables users to earn cash for introducing people you know to great companies that are hiring.

Adizah Tejani
Deputy Manager of Level 39

Adizah has been part of the London startup ecosystem for the last two years. Her work at the accelerator Level39 focuses on how to create an environment for fintech startups to grow.

Sweta Chattopadhyay, Founder of LocalFunded

Founded by ex-Investment Banking and Private Equity professional Sweta Chattopadhyay, Localfunded is the first UK crowdfunding platform that is exclusively focused on projects that directly impact their local communities.


Whatever your background or interests, the evening promises to be an inspiring and thought-provoking time for men and women alike!

To reserve a place on the event please sign up here, or . This event is free to attend.

Jonny Rose

Jonny Rose

Jonny Rose is a committed Christian who has lived in the Croydon area for nearly twenty years. He is an active participant in his local community, serving at Grace Vineyard Church and organising Purley Breakfast Club, and was ranked "Croydon's 37th most powerful person" by the Croydon Advertiser (much to his amusement). He is the Head of Content at marketing technology company Idio, the founder of the Croydon Tech City movement, a LinkedIn coach, and creator of Croydon's first fashion label, Croydon Vs The World. Working on Instagram training. Views are his own, but it would be best for all concerned if you shared them. Please send your fanmail to: jonnyrose1 (at) gmail (dot) com

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