A trailer for Londons first GeekGirlmeetup!

We are thrilled to be in London, UK hosting first ever GeekGirlMeetup about web, code and startups, aiming to create more female role-models, new networks and active knowledge exchange. This time we have had a little help from our friend Nidia Dias at Crossover Studios, making a movie for us!

Also we could not come so far as we have with out our sponsors and partners that believe in the work that we do. Here are a few testimonial setting us on the right path.

Sponsor: Thank you Google Campus for hosting us on Sunday the 29th of April.


Sponsor: Thank you Society46 for office space and Keynote speaker, code-royalty Ellen Sundh.

Sponsor: Thank you ThoughtWorks for being our first sponsor making it possible for us to get on with our work.

Partner: Thank you to the Swedish Institute for helping us spread Swedish culture, speakers and creating breathing room in our daily quest for more female role-models in tech, innovation and startups!


Mediapartner: The Next Women - simply an irresistible read!

ThoughtWorks sponsors GeekGirlMeetup

The software company ThoughtWorks have recently partnered with GeekGirlMeetup and we are delighted to have them as our sponsor! ThoughtWorks have a reputation as the custom software experts and are seen as leaders in the industry. Thought works is looking for new talent so please have a look here if you think this is a place where you could thrive!

ThoughtWorks is a software company. We’re also an amazing collection of humans, hired for our passion, integrity and special powers. The company was founded as a social experiment – what happens when you hire really smart, passionate people and set them loose on really tough problems? 19 years on, this collection of people has helped shape the IT industry. The problem we set ourselves now is to use software to improve humanity - becoming a role model for 21st century socially responsible companies.