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G’n’G Women in Tech Week – Elizabetta Camilleri, Aroxo and Tereca

Originally from Malta, Elizabetta first worked for Price Waterhouse Coopers before coming to London to study for her MBA at the London Business School. One of her most formative early influences was being appointed Strategic Marketing Director for eDreams.com, one of the first travel Internet companies. Having experienced everything an Internet start-up had to offer,Continue Reading “G’n’G Women in Tech Week – Elizabetta Camilleri, Aroxo and Tereca”

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G’n’G Women in Tech Week – Wendy Tan White, Gandi.net & Moonfruit.com

  Wendy Tan White www.Gandi.net & www.moonfruit.com Hi I’m Wendy Tan White, founder of Moonfruit.com and Marketing Director of Gandi.net. I’m a tech entrepreneur, mother of two and a smart textiles designer for fun. When I started out in tech in 1989 there were certainly no groups like Girls n Gadgets, SiliconStillettoes or TheNextWomen so I’mContinue Reading “G’n’G Women in Tech Week – Wendy Tan White, Gandi.net & Moonfruit.com”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week, Cate Sevilla – BitchBuzz.com

My name is Cate Sevilla, and I’m the founding editor of BitchBuzz.com, as well as being a freelance writer and professional blogger. I grew up in California and after meeting a rather handsome British Geek on Myspace, I moved over to London in the spring of 2006. After blogging a ridiculous amount about women’s issuesContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week, Cate Sevilla – BitchBuzz.com”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Diane Perlman, Branding Matters

Closet geek and entrepreneur, Diane Perlman has spent time learning and practicing nearly every marketing discipline over her career, both agency and client-side, and the last 12 years focusing mostly on digital and working with tech and telecoms clients.  Diane, now director of ‘virtual agency’ Branding Matters for the past 4 years, provides strategic consultingContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Diane Perlman, Branding Matters”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Cat Burton, Mind Candy

The Girl Geek and the Monsters I’m sat pondering the life of a London girl geek, cup of tea in hand and admiring a lovely view of the Thames.  It’s hard to believe that just a few years ago I was living in rural Lincolnshire, with big dreams of working in the games industry.  IContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Cat Burton, Mind Candy”