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Resetting tech culture

Tech advances. Diversity retreats.


50% of women in tech roles leave them by the age of 35.


Senior HR leaders are (at 45%) twice as likely as women (at 21%) themselves to say it's "easy for women to thrive in tech."


With more inclusive cultures, there could be almost 3 million young women working in tech in 2030.

An inclusive culture is everyone's responsibility

"Women prefer an environment where they see women in leadership, and that attracts more women. It comes down to focus, metrics, and holding ourselves accountable."

— Mary, Managing Director – Tech Innovation

What needs to be done?

Let both parents parent

Improve parental leave policies and make sure everyone is encouraged to use them.

Make it a metric

Set external goals and targets to increase diversity and hold leaders accountable.

Send reinforcements

Provide women-specific support, like mentors, sponsors and employee resource networks.

Encode creativity

Promote the role of tech in driving world-changing innovation.

Meet on their terms 

Encourage inclusive networking events, when everyone can join.

Voices of change

Resetting tech culture: Get the fast facts

Tech is expanding

A diverse world needs tech made by diverse people

As our research shows, when companies are more inclusive and diverse, employees are happier and more willing and able to innovate.