Tickets are out for our next event on Monday 24 July are available now.

Our monthly meet-up to discuss improving diversity in the technology industry returns to Ticketmaster's UK offices with another great line-up of speakers later this month.

Emma G. Cosh is a freelance visualisation designer and developer. She is also a comic maker, illustrator, and Science Fiction geek. She's going to give us a visual tour of measuring diversity in Science Fiction.

Léonie Watson is communications director and principal engineer at The Paciello Group. Léonie is closely involved with the web standards community. She is frequently asked to talk about web standards and/or accessibility at conferences, and her talks are always insightful and informative.

Bybreen Samuels is a writer and self-professed tech newbie. A regular attendee of Codebar, UK Black Tech and People of Colour in Tech at Google Campus London, Bybreen is going to give her perspective on the tech industry as a beginner with an insight into a range of diversity issues.

We'll provide pizza and drinks from 18:30, with vegetarian options. Please get in contact if you have any dietary requirements.

Come for the talks, then stick around for more discussions and networking!

Doors open 18:30, the talks start at 19:00. But places are limited, so get your tickets now!

Achieving Diversity in the Technology Industry is a monthly event hosting a variety of talks on diversity, inclusion and breaking of stereotypes and biases.

For more information check out ADT or tweet us @talk_diversity

You can get tickets hereWe look forward to seeing you there!

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