Top 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2020
Perrine Farque was nominated on the Top 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech list by ComputerWeekly.com
The list, which is now in its eighth year, was introduced in 2012 to shine a light on the non-male role models in the technology sector. Only 3% of females say a career in technology is their first choice. 78% of students can’t name a famous female working in technology. Only 5% of leadership positions in the technology sector are held by women.
The prestigious Diversity in Tech Awards shine the spotlight on the achievements of organisations creating a more diverse workplace while striving to narrow the gender gap in the technology sector. The event, which celebrates the best in tech, has been expanded to recognise diversity in all of its forms. It includes 18 categories with an equal number for both diversity and women in tech. Perrine Farque is a judge at this prestigious diversity award.
'Award-winning Tech Leader Helping Tech Companies Build Diverse Cultures to Innovate'. Meet Perrine Farque, Award-Winning Tech Leader who drove the strategy for Tech companies including Facebook, PagerDuty, Pivotal and AvePoint for over a decade. During her career in Tech, Perrine has gained experience speaking at industry events including Women in Leadership events in London'
Perrine Farque was a guest speaker at The Diana Initiative 2020 Conference. Her session "7 Tips for Women To Get To the Top in Technology" discussed some of the top tips that she learnt during her career in Technology to become a Leader and sit at the Senior Leadership Team table. She talked about what women can do to grow their career in the technology sector. Perrine shared the lessons that she learnt to achieve her goals and be a successful woman in Technology.
Perrine Farque was a guest speaker at B2B Marketing Leaders Forum 2020. Her session "Why B2B Marketers should address the lack of diversity now" discussed why B2B Marketers should address the lack of diversity now, how to implement a long-term strategy to diversify your team, how to get leadership buy-in and commitment and how to avoid the most common diversity mistakes.
Perrine Farque was a keynote speaker at Evoke Cascon 2020. Engineers, entrepreneurs and decision-makers are facing complex problems that academia and research could assist with.
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Entrepreneurs are rightly focused on building the next billion-dollar business. With so many startup success stories and technological advancements these days, anything is possible. However, as an increasing body of research demonstrates, there is another often forgotten factor that drives startup success: diversity and inclusion. Read full article here.
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Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) are key to startup success. Here’s a short practical guide on how startups can implement an effective D&I strategy from one of the UK’s most influential diversity champions and women in tech, Perrine Farque.
Perrine Farque was a guest speaker at Amplify DEI 2020. Her session " How To Tackle Unconscious Bias In The Workplace" discussed how unconscious bias affects our decisions all the time, especially in the workplace. In this presentation, she looked at the definition of unconscious bias, she explored the impact it can have at work and she offered some suggestions for mitigating bias in the workplace.
In this week’s guest column, diversity champion Perrine Farque explores the importance of diversity equity and inclusion (DE&I) to boost startup productivity. According to Farque, remote working has led to an increase in hiring biases as well as microaggressions, particularly in startups. She explores how leaders in charge of talent – be they DE&I, HR, or line managers – can successfully hire and retain diverse talent remotely to ramp up productivity.
The global fintech market was valued at $127.66 billion in 2018, with a predicted annual growth rate of ~25% until 2022, to $309.98 billion. However, there are many inherent risks associated with Fintech startup businesses: from frequent malware attacks to fierce competition with huge financial brands. How can fintech startups de-risk their business to thrive in a complex economic environment? By building a diverse team you will have the right talent who can combat these risks and this article will explore how.
Dublin Tech Summit 2020
Perrine Farque is a speaker at Dublin Tech Summit 2020. Her talk '7 Secrets of an Excellence-Driven Tech Organisation' is addressing the challenged that Tech Leaders are facing. Perrine's session discusses how Tech businesses must achieve specific goals related to diversity, inclusion and equity in order to achieve true excellence, Perrine's session covers the little-known secrets that Tech leaders wished they knew about creating an excellence-driven Tech organisation.
'How tech companies can create the culture shift in a crisis'. Leading diversity publication DiversityQ featured our founder's article on the topic of creating the cultural shift in a crisis. The well-established publication highlighted Inspired-Human's advice and tips to help Tech organisations navigate the COVID19 pandemic as well as the new remote-work challenges and the #blacklivesmatter movement.
In this week’s guest column, Perrine Farque – one of the UK’s most influential diversity champions and women in tech – provides insights on the benefits of hiring neurodiverse talent in tech. She also outlines why it’s a business opportunity that should not be overlooked, and how to embrace and nurture neurodiversity to gain a competitive advantage.
Perrine Farque was a guest speaker at IOT London. Her session "7 Ways To a Set Your Startup Up For Success Through Inclusive Diversity" discussed how startup founders can fast-track their startup success through implementing a diversity and inclusion programme.
Jon talked to Perrine Farque, speaker and diversity consultant, about how the coronavirus has impacted women's equality. It was cut out of the recording, but she was very understanding when Jon's daughter kept interrupting demanding breadsticks.
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Perrine Farque was featured in Diginomica in the article 'Diversity training - a good start, but a truly inclusive organization needs more'. Her comments included: 'You can see whether an organisation truly values D&I or not if you follow the money – in other words, if the executive team are willing to invest in the area. Be clear about the fundamental reasons that you’re embarking on your D&I journey in the first place. Start with the why and how it will help, and articulate that in your mission statement.'
Featured in DiversityQ
'8 Tips To Support Black Colleagues'
Following weeks of anti-racism protests, organisations are being challenged with how to support black colleagues in the workplace. DiversityQ spoke with Perrine Farque, a Diversity, Inclusion & Equity Advocate, and the Founder of Inspired-Human, who believes that there’s a lot of employers and employees can do to support black colleagues at work.
'A Practical Guide to Diversity in Startups'
How to do diversity and inclusion for startups the right way? Here is what Perrine Farque at Inspired Humans had to say…
Startups have a unique position as change agents: they are young, agile, are born in the millennial era, have funding and have a new product or app that can change the world. They can change the workplace, society and the world we live in.
Featured in WeAreTheCity
Perrine Farque was featured in an article by leading womens website for careers, awards, women in tech, networking, events and information WeAreTheCity. In that article, WeAreTheCity highlighted our founder's
top tips to support black colleagues during a pandemic of racism. Perrine discussed how people are calling for more to be done to address racism including holding their employers responsible.
News: Women in tech report discrimination and harassment at the workplace. Women led-startup, Women Who Tech, has reported that 41% of female founders who were harassed, experienced sexual harassment.
Read Perrine Farque's commentary on this article.
WomenTech Conference 2020
Perrine Farque was a guest speaker at WomenTech Global Conference 2020. Her session "9 Secrets To Become a Female Leader in Tech" discussed some of the top tips that she learnt during her career in Technology to become a Leader and sit at the Senior Leadership Team table. She talked about what women can do to grow their career in the technology sector. Perrine shared the lessons that she learnt to achieve her goals and be a successful woman in Technology.
Media Coverage and Speaking Engagements of our Founder Perrine Farque
Featured in DiversityQ
'How tech companies can create the culture shift in a crisis'